The Conservatory and Botanical Gardens has free floral exhibits that change with the season (and Chinese New Year), covering nearly 14,000 square feet underneath a 50-foot-high atrium. The elaborate scenery, consisting of tens of thousands of flowers crafted into intricate designs, are planned a full year in advance. It's also one of the most photographed places on the Strip, so try not to photobomb someone's selfie.
Want to see what a million bucks in cash looks like in person? Head to Binions on Fremont Street. A million dollars in a variety of denominations is stored and secured in a pyramid-shaped display case. Pose for a free pic and receive a 6-by-8 glossy photo in a souvenir frame.
Legal weed is a thing in Nevada now, and it feels like Vegas is overloaded with dispensaries. Acres stands out from the crowd with its own museum dedicated to the history of cannabis, including a terpene station, vintage High times magazine covers, and a World War II-era parachute made from hemp.
Check out the vehicle affectionately known as the "Bonnie and Clyde Death Car" at Whiskey Pete's just outside Vegas in Primm. The bullet-riddled 1934 Ford Deluxe in which the gangster duo met their demise is proudly on display in the casino. As the signs around it are eager to point out, yes this is the real thing.
Take a break from the action with a photo op at the waterfall atrium. You'll find it in the blurred lines of where the Venetian connects with the Palazzo. You've got a two-story-tall waterfall, the word "LOVE" spelled in 12-foot-tall ruby red steel letters, and usually a seasonal display of some sort.