One of the most low-pressure, guilt-free ways to see some nudity in Vegas (if you're over 21, of course) is at a cabaret -- or topless show. Sadly, the trend appears to be dying out a bit; recent closures include Pin Up (starring former Playmate of the Year Claire Sinclair) and Jubilee, a classic showgirls revue that was the longest running show on the Strip at the time it finished up. However, there are a few other productions that continue to thrive.
What to expect: Attend a few shows and you'll start to see some common elements -- a bathtub scene, an aerial silk act, a big swing routine, etc. It's not uncommon for a stand-up comic to cleanse the palate with a brief set in the middle of the show, and you can almost guarantee that an audience member will be brought up on stage at some point for a little lighthearted embarrassment. Tickets tend to be on the inexpensive side, in the $40 range, allowing you to have this "Vegas experience" without breaking the bank. Here are some to check out: