Attractions In Las Vegas You May Not Know About By Amberly Ashton If you are planning a trip to Las Vegas? Las Vegas is known for their brilliant state of the art casinos but many don't know about some really awesome things you can do while visiting Vegas! The casinos are the main reason visitors flock to the city that never sleeps. On your next visit try to enjoy some of the non-traditional sites. Who knows you may get more of a thrill than hitting on a slot machine. For a experience of a life time you can visit Mandalay Bay's Shark Reef. It is North America's only predator filled aquarium. This is where the fun begins! After these killers are fed you will be fitted with a head to toe chainmail anti-shark suit. A small group of two to four divers will be led by a master diver into an aquarium full of rare golden crocodiles, moray eels, jellyfish and piranhas. If that wasn't thrilling enough you can swim with 15 species of sharks in a 1.3 million gallon tank. The dive last forty to forty five minutes and will be one you will never forget. If you always dreamed of being a race car driver than you have to visit the Las Vegas Motor Speedway where you can take the wheel of a Nascar stock car or American muscle car. Let the stress of the day melt away as you drive on thirty miles of open road through the scenic Red Rock Canyon at speeds up to 200 miles per hour! If muslce cars are not your style, you can still enjoy the open roadways in an exotic luxury car such as a Ferrari, Lamborghini, Jaguar, Audi or a Bentley. Whether you are behind the wheel or ride shotgun you can experience heart pounding speeds with a driving instructor from The Richard Petty Driving Experience. You will be a Nascar pro after riding or driving on a track. No matter which experience you choose it's sure to have your adrenalin pumping at an all time high. If you are a KISS fan you have to put Monster Mini Golf's eighteen hole indoor glow in the dark miniature golf course in Las Vegas at the top of your "must do" list. Most miniature golf themes boast pirates or dinosaurs but Monster Mini Golf has KISS! This is the only miniature golf course that pays tribute to America's favorite costumed rock n' roll band. This KISS themed course includes an animated replica of the band along with giant guitars. Get ready to putt your ball in the "Family Jewels" star, Gene Simmons, twelve foot high head! Later you can check out the arcade games and large KISS museum. You won't be able to pass up the KISS gift shop for hard to find, unique memorabilia. Before you leave you have to get a souvenir photo of yourself adorned in KISS concert attire. If you need a private party or event room they offer that too. If you and your significant other are ready to tie the knot you can say "I do" in the "Hotter Than Hell" Wedding Chapel for the ultimate fan nuptials! If history and cultural attractions are your thing Las Vegas offers several excellent museums. If "The Godfather" or "Good Fellas" are on your favorite movie list then you have to include the "Mob Museum," which is the official National Museum of Organized Crime and Law Enforcement to your "must see" attractions list. If you are vacating with your little ones, they would love the $55 million Discovery Children's Museum! Just across the street you'll find the new $470 million Smith Center for the Performing Arts and sixty one acre Symphony Park. Sixty five miles away is a fascinating National Atomic Testing Museum found on the Nevada Test Site where countless nukes were detonated in the name of science. This well designed museum offers up a mix of artifacts and interactive displays with a special exhibit on another Nevada desert known as Area 51. If you are art love then the cool and funky downtown Neon Museum, that offers outdoor walking paths that showcases the city's neon legacy collection is museum worth seeing. On the Downtown Fremont Street Experience you can't miss the $11 million 11 story, 120 foot high zipline attraction! For thrill seekers you can take off 70 above ground and zip 850 feet to a landing platform but for real dare devils you can be shot of out of the 35 MPH SlotZilla. SlotZilla has a slot machine themed takeoff platform and is the first of its kind to use a propulsion launch system that soars 1,700-feet. The rider will travel the entire length of the Fremont Street Experience. In true Vegas fashion, every time a rider is launched a giant slot machine's arm will pull down, the reels will spin, and a beacon will light up. SlotZilla has two Vegas showgirls standing 37-feet tall and a 20-foot wide with the "Welcome to Fabulous Downtown Las Vegas" sign. These are just a few of the can't miss unforgettable attractions in Las Vagas. No matter yourr interest or your ideal of fun, your're sure to have a blast while making memories that will last a lifetime.