4 Under the Radar Spots to Visit During the Las Vegas Grand Prix

Make the most of your time in Sin City with these exciting destinations!

By late fall, the blistering summer temperatures have subsided, and Sin City is as pleasant as ever. That makes it the perfect backdrop for the inaugural Las Vegas Grand Prix this November!

If you’re headed to Sin City to catch the Formula 1 action and want to plan some unique excursions for your downtown, the team at Superior Executive Services has you covered.

This list will get you out of the casinos and into some of Las Vegas’ most exciting and off-the-beaten-path attractions, including:

  1. Hoover Dam tour
  2. Mob Museum
  3. Seven Magic Mountains
  4. Michelin Star resaurants

Keeping reading to learn more about these Las Vegas destinations we suggest adding on to your Las Vegas Grand Prix travel experience!

Hoover Dam tour

Constructed over five years in the 1930s, the Hoover Dam is vital to controlling flood waters of the Colorado River, providing irrigation water and producing hydroelectric power. Just a 45-minute drive from the Las Vegas strip, the Hoover Dam is an astounding testament to the American spirit of ingenuity and perseverance. We can arrange private transportation to and from the Hoover Dam as part of your Las Vegas Grand Prix experience, as well as a guided tour of this astonishing feat of engineering excellence.

Mob Museum

Most people already know that Las Vegas was built, in large part, with the help of the mob. In the 1940s, the first casinos in Las Vegas were built to launder money for illicit activities like racketeering and drug trafficking. Take a deeper dive into Sin City’s seedy beginnings at the National Museum of Organized Crime and Law Enforcement (aka the Mob Museum).

Seven Magic Mountains

You might be surprised to know that one of the most famous works of contemporary art sits about 20 minutes south of downtown Las Vegas. In 2016, Swiss-born visual artist Ugo Rondinone completed Seven Magic Mountains, which consists of roughly 30 boulders stacked separately on top of one another and painted in different vibrant shades. The fluorescent boulders stand in stark contrast to the desert landscape they occupy.

Michelin Star Dining

Don’t spend all your money at the roulette tables; save some for the out-of-this-world restaurants in Vegas. Michelin-star restaurants like Le Cirque, Aureole, and Wing Lei — the first Chinese restaurant to earn a Michelin star in the United States — offer an elegant and unique dining experience that matches the exquisite food itself.

Las Vegas is also home to one of just a handful of restaurants in the country to receive three of the highly coveted Michelin stars. The late Joel Robuchon was dubbed the “Chef of the Century,” and his eponymous restaurant delights every sense from start to finish.

There’s so much to see and do in Las Vegas, no matter what your interests are. If you’d like to experience the city for yourself with one of our 2023 Las Vegas Grand Prix packages, there’s still time! Contact us today at 608.665.9070 or send us a message online to book your spot today.

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