Free Entry to Top Attractions With Las Vegas Power Pass

Skip lines and gain free entry into more than 25 attractions, bus tours, experiences and museums with the Las Vegas Power Pass. Since everything is included in this all-inclusive pass, you’ll save time, too. That’s because you won’t have to buy tickets everywhere you go.

Show your Las Vegas Power Pass and get treated like a high roller. You’ll be able to skip the lines and avoid stress by walking right inside every participating attraction with Fast Track Entry. The Las Vegas Power Pass uses a scan and barcode system. It becomes active the first time you use it at a featured attraction. The pass is good on consecutive calendar dates—so it’s best to get started early by taking advantage of the savings first thing in the morning.

Not using the Las Vegas Power Pass at the following popular attractions would be your biggest sin in Sin City.

Hop-On, Hop-Off Big Bus Tour
See iconic Las Vegas landmarks from the comfort of your seat on a Big Bus Day Tour—or hop on and hop off to explore the city on your own. Tickets must be picked up at the Tropicana Las Vegas Concierge Desk before boarding the bus.

Big Apple Roller Coaster
Ride the rails of the Big Apple Roller Coaster for free at the New York-New York Hotel & Casino. You’ll find yourself 203 feet above the city—then plummeting 144 feet toward the Strip at speeds of 67 mile per hour.

Stratosphere Tower
Zip up the tallest building in Las Vegas at a rate of 1,800 feet per minute. Exit the double decker elevators and enjoy free entry to the Stratosphere Tower Observation Deck. Tickets are available at Hollywood Cars Museum at Hot Rod City.

Madame Tussauds Las VegasMadame Tussauds Las Vegas
Pose for pictures with movie stars, musicians, athletes and celebrities at Madame Tussauds Las Vegas wax museum. With themed rooms like a Sports Arena and Music Room, you’ll have plenty to wax nostalgic about when you get home.

Bellagio Gallery of Fine Art
The art on display at the Bellagio Gallery of Fine Art features works from famous artists like Monet, Picasso and Warhol. The exhibits change frequently, so there will always be new masterpiece collections to see.

Cowabunga Bay Water Park
Make a splash at this 23-acre water fun zone during Summer Nights (between 4 p.m. and 7 p.m.). Slide around the Rock-a-Holla bowl, drop down 73 feet on Zuma ZOOma or brave Point Panic, a pitch-dark water slide.

VooDoo Zip Line
Zip over Vegas rooftops strapped to the VoooDoo Zip Line. This high-flying adventure provides 360-degree views of the Las Vegas Strip, even as far as the Nevada Mountains. Redeem tickets at the gift shop before riding.

Siegfried & Roy’s Secret Garden & Dolphin Habitat
This attraction is wildly popular with visitors of all ages. Siegfried & Roy’s Secret Garden & Dolphin Habitat is a zoological home to big cats such as black panthers, white lions and tigers. There’s also a stunning dolphin habitat.

Lion Habit Ranch
See the home of the original MGM lions. The famed cats living at Lion Habit Ranch have an incredible 8.5 acres to roam, play and travel in their pack of 40. This unique experience also includes informative exhibitions about lions.

Lake MeadLake Mead Cruise
Set sail aboard the Desert Princess for a 90-minute midday cruise around Lake Mead. The Lake Mead Cruise takes you through spectacular mountains and picturesque parts of Nevada you’ve never seen before.

Springs Preserve Las Vegas
This desert oasis is nicknamed the miracle in the Mojave. Springs Preserve Las Vegas offers 180 rugged acres for great outdoor adventures featuring botanical gardens, trails, a wetland area, live animals and museums.

Sky Zone Trampoline Park
Get the jump on fun at Sky Zone Trampoline Park. This is the world’s only trampoline-walled playing field and you’re invited to bounce and soar to new heights during two hours of free playtime at this exhilarating attraction.

Las Vegas Mini Gran Prix Go Karts
Feeling the need for speed? Swipe your Las Vegas Power Pass and race for free on the track of Las Vegas Mini Gran Prix Go Karts. Kiddies can race around the Go Kart Road Course while grown ups can opt for the Adult Gran Prix.

Mini GolfKISS Monster Mini Golf
“Rock and Roll All Nite” and play a free round of KISS Monster Mini Golf with your Las Vegas Power Pass. Putt your way through flaming tunnels, past electric guitars, and up Gene Simmons’ infamous tongue.

Las Vegas Natural History Museum
From a 35-foot Tyrannosaurus rex and treasure in King Tut’s tomb to live sharks and fossilized rocks, the Las Vegas Natural History Museum is filled with wonders. Some exhibits are permanent while others are on display for a limited time.

Hollywood Cars Museum
If iconic cars rev your engine, Hot Rod City’s Hollywood Cars Museum will get you going. Here you’ll find an unmatched collection of cars including the Batmobile, Chitty Chitty Bang Bang, a bunk bed hot rod, and a piano car.

National Atomic Testing Museum
Blast off for excitement at the National Atomic Testing Museum. Those with dreams of becoming astronauts or rocket scientists can learn about space, science and global nuclear programs, supported by interactive media and videos.

Nevada State Museum
From the prehistoric to the present, the history of the Silver State is on display at the Nevada State Museum. Guests can see a stunning stalactite cave, witness an atomic explosion and watch as the city became glitzy and glamorous.

Planet Hollywood Restaurant
Bring your appetite and enjoy a $10 credit Planet Hollywood Restaurant in the Forum Shops at Caesars Palace. All-American food is always on the menu and flat screen TVs show classic movies. You might even see a movie star.

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Some attractions require additional fees and have specific redemption policies. For the most up-to-date information and prices visit Las Vegas Power Pass.

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