Harrah's Las Vegas Tours
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Since the early 1980s Harrah’s has operated as a budget-friendly staple of the Las Vegas strip. It’s the perfect place for those who want a taste of Sin City but don’t want to break the bank doing it. This carnival-themed destination has three massive towers which house seven restaurants, plenty of entertainment options, shopping, a full-service spa and even a couple of performance spaces.
With more than 2,500 rooms and close to 90,000 square feet of casino space, guests of this Mardi Gras-themed hotel won’t ever have to leave. The open-air Carnaval Court and indoor piano bar offer travelers two great in-house options for entertainment that’s as inexpensive as it is fun, and while visitors agree the basic rooms are nothing to write home about, they say both the accommodations and the accessibility are tough to beat for the price.
Harrah’s is home to more than 1,200 slot machines. Travelers can easily access the hotel using the Las Vegas Monorail. The Harrah’s/The Linq station is located at the back of the grounds. Caesars Entertainment also provides a free shuttle between Harrah’s, Bally’s and Rio—it’s two other properties.
Address: 3475 S Las Vegas Blvd, Las Vegas, Nevada, USA
Admission Tickets (3)
Recent Reviews from Experiences in Las Vegas
, Feb 2020
Very nostalgic magic show compared to the high tech things available. Crafty slight of hand and relatively clean comedy
Magic - dated of classic?
, Jan 2020
Funny family friendly magic. Typical old school cutting rope tricks. Sadly a couple of tricks went a little wrong which didn't spoil it completely. It's a shame it was a very small crowd - the theater looked empty and very dated. It was still very good value for money and one of the few daytime shows. I would definitely recommend it for families or those who are happy with tricks which were staples of most magicians in the 80s. The difference is that it was Mac who was pioneering many of them in the 80s! Glad I went.
Not the Magician that was advertised
, Dec 2019
I bought our tickets online about two hours before the show. It said it would hold the tickets up to one hour before the show. When we arrived at Harrah’s, the box office did not have our tickets and could not locate them. The show is 45 minutes. At that time we were told it is not Matt King but it’s substitute I wanted to phone the company and asked for a refund As this was not the act purchased. It was not easy to find a number, and the show started in 15 minutes so we decided we had to see the show or lose our money Viator needs a better system To get tickets to the customer faster, and also be aware of the tickets they are selling. I have asked for a partial refund.
2 Tours and Activities to Experience Harrah's Las Vegas
See Mac King's hilarious comedy show at Harrah's in Las Vegas. During this afternoon show, Mac King entertains and delights children and adults alike with a family-friendly act. See visual gags, laugh at off-the-cuff jokes and wonder at seemingly impossible feats of magic. This part stand-up, part magic show combination is a great way to entertain the family on a hot Vegas afternoon.
Enjoy an evening of sexy, boot-stomping entertainment with tickets to X Country, a fresh, fun topless revue in Harrah’s Hotel and Casino. Watch a cast of talented performers dance to a 90-minute lineup of country music, as cowboy hats fly and tops come off at the swinging heart of the Las Vegas Strip. Listen to hits from Hank Jr. to Taylor Swift, with edgy choreography by the producers of X Burlesque and X Rocks.
Take a stroll down memory lane with this ticket to the Righteous Brothers in concert at Harrah's Hotel and Casino in Las Vegas. Sit back and allow crooners Bucky Heard and Bill Medley entertain you with hits such as 'The Time of Your Life', 'Unchained Melody', and 'You've Lost that Lovin' Feelin' over the course of the 90-minute show.
Laugh your way through 'Menopause the Musical', one of the most hilarious shows in Las Vegas. This 1.5-hour stage production at Harrah's celebrates all the women who are going through 'the change' with humor and music. Bring your sister, your girlfriends or your mom to see the cast sing and dance to parodies of classic songs form the 1960s, 70s and 80s set in the lingerie section of a department store. Choose from 2 showtimes.
No visit to Las Vegas is complete without a hilarious show. Make yours Tape Face, and see why this eccentric comedian became an America’s Got Talent finalist. Enjoy an original comedy routine, based in silent film, mime, magic, and puppetry. Guarantee yourself the seats you want in Harrahs Hotel and Casino at an excellent price point.
Frequently Asked Questions
The answers provided below are based on answers previously given by the tour provider to customers’ questions.
Should I book Harrah's Las Vegas tickets in advance?
We recommend booking e-tickets ahead of time to secure your spot since Harrah's Las Vegas can get crowded. If you book with Viator, you can cancel at least 24 hours before the start date of your tour for a full refund. See all 2 Harrah's Las Vegas tickets and tours on Viator.
How much does it cost to visit Harrah's Las Vegas 2020?
Currently, an entrance ticket to Harrah's Las Vegas costs USD 43.99. Guided Harrah's Las Vegas tours start around USD 43.99 per person. See all 2 Harrah's Las Vegas tickets and tours on Viator.
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