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The total driving distance from Los Angeles, CA to Las Vegas, NV is 270 miles or 435 kilometers.
Your trip begins in Los Angeles, California. It ends in Las Vegas, Nevada.
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The city with endless entertainment, 24-hour casinos and themed hotels also offers a few free things to do.
Bellagio Conservatory is open year round and 5 times a year during Chinese New Year, spring, summer, fall and winter, the Bellagio team of 120 gardeners creates spectacular floral productions.
The 14,000-square-foot space has thousands of flowers, trees and plants. And more than 10,000 potted flowers are switched out every 2 weeks. It is free to visit Bellagio Conservatory.
The Aquarium at the Silverton Hotel is a 117,000-gallon aquarium with over 5,000 exotic fish including sharks and stingrays. It’s free to visit and it is open 24 hours.
The World’s Largest Permanent Circus at Circus Circus offers daily shows for free. There are only 60 seats available at each performance.
Fall of Atlantis at Caesars Forum Shops is an animatronic display of fire, water, and 9-foot-tall talking statues. The show starts at 11 am and plays every hour on the hour. Another attraction here is a 50,000-gallon aquarium with over 300 saltwater fish. For more info visit Vegas.com.
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