Fans of films about Wild West and travelers with children are recommended to visit Bonnie Springs Old Nevada Park. On the territory of a kind of a town people will find cozy restaurants, shops and even a zoo. Children can ride horses, try to wear real cowboy costumes and learn how to shoot pistols (of course, toy ones). Sweet tooth visitors will surely prefer to move their feet to Ethel M Chocolates chocolate factory. During an excursion on the factory you will learn all secrets of making chocolates and other sweets. Chocolate testing will become a logical conclusion of your excursion.
Near the factory is located a botanical garden, the main "inhabitants" of which are cacti. Today the collection of the garden includes more than 300 species of these amazing plants. Silverton Aquarium is another prominent landmark of Las Vegas. It will acquaint visitors with diversity of marine life. The process of feeding animals is the most striking show - in front of visitors the diver plunges into the aquarium where swim sharks, electric rays and sea urchins. Las Vegas is also home to the world's largest museum of vintage cars. Here you will find over 250 vintage car models. The age of some models is more than a hundred years, and the cost ranges from twenty thousand to three million of U.S. dollars.
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