The Best Virtual Vacation to Las Vegas

Virtual travel is the newest way to vacation while we’re all staying home to flatten the curve during the COVID-19 pandemic. We are learning new innovative ways to navigate our world virtually to stay connected with each other. To some that may mean using FaceTime, Facebook, or WhatsApp to video chat with friends, or family. Employees are using Zoom, Skype, or Telegram to conduct virtual meetings and do business online instead of traveling.

Next time you’re logging on, take a virtual vacation to Las Vegas. Take a break and watch the calming fountains of the Bellagio. Get up and dance to music on Fremont Street, take a ride up in the High Roller or watch some comedy with the family! This virtual vacation to Las Vegas is yours to explore from the couch!

Traveling virtually is the newest way to vacation while we’re all staying home to flatten the curve during the COVID-19 pandemic. Next time you're logging on, take a virtual vacation to Las Vegas. Take a break and watch the calming fountains of the Bellagio. Get up and dance to music on Fremont Street, take a ride up in the High Roller or watch some comedy with the family!

Put on your comfy clothes, pour a glass of wine, light up a joint, whatever your pleasure… and enjoy The Best Virtual Vacation to Las Vegas!

Traveling virtually is the newest way to vacation while we’re all staying home to flatten the curve during the COVID-19 pandemic. Next time you're logging on, take a virtual vacation to Las Vegas. Take a break and watch the calming fountains of the Bellagio. Get up and dance to music on Fremont Street, take a ride up in the High Roller or watch some comedy with the family!

Plan Your Las Vegas Adventure

Grab your snacks, get your charger ready, and get ready to visit Las Vegas virtually. Below is the highlights of Las Vegas for your virtual visit to the city where anything can happen. You’re encouraged to keep exploring even more of Las Vegas along your journey. Recommended suggestions will guide you. Have a great vacation!

We are going to tour the city and see the most famous sites. We will cook French food from home, listen to music, and even speak the language. You don’t have to leave home to have a great French experience.

Virtual travel is the newest way to vacation while we’re all staying home to flatten the curve during the COVID-19 pandemic. Next time you're logging on, take a virtual vacation to Las Vegas. Take a break and watch the calming fountains of the Bellagio. Get up and dance to music on Fremont Street, take a ride up in the High Roller or watch some comedy with the family!

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Virtual Las Vegas Music & Shows


Cirque du Soleil Arm Chair Performances

Inspired by the desire to stay connected during this time of social distancing, Cirque du Soleil invites its fans to a weekly 60-minute online rendezvous to enjoy some of the most awe-inspiring moments from its world-famous shows on the new digital content hub, CirqueConnect.


Shania Twain Virtual Concert

Just another reason why we love @ShaniaTwain! We hope everyone is staying safe and healthy. 💜 #OnlyYou #OnlyVegas #TogetherAtHome

Originally tweeted by Vegas (@Vegas) on April 1, 2020.

Quarantine Mixx by DJ Pauly D

Our friend @DJPaulyD from @DraisLV is bringing Vegas to YOU! 🔥 Tune in to his Instagram Live today at 2:30PM PDT for a brand new Quarantine Mixx. 💜 http://spr.ly/60101x2Ge

#AloneTogether #TogetherAtHome #OnlyYou #OnlyVegas

Originally tweeted by Vegas (@Vegas) on April 3, 2020.

Old Vegas Fremont Street Nightlife

Old Vegas Fremont Street

Vegas Virtual Nightclub

Bellagio Fountain Show

Venetian Palazzo Gondola Ride



Las Vegas Virtual Comedy


The show must go on….line! Get a front row seat to Mat Franco’s online livestream show, featuring new magic, fun surprises, interactive Q&A’s, and maybe you’ll even learn a trick you can do at home! It’s free and it’s right on Facebook LIVE!

Virtual Las Vegas Museum Tours


Mob Museum Virtual Tours

The Mob Museum has begun a three-part virtual tour series of all four floors of the Museum’s highlighted exhibitions and artifacts for you to enjoy from the comfort of your home.


The Neon Museum Virtual Tour

The Neon Museum now has a free app that you can access from your computer (no smartphone required). The virtual tour explores the history of certain iconic signs from the Las Vegas Strip, which are now held in the museum’s outdoor exhibition space, The Boneyard. 

Virtual Las Vegas Health & Wellbeing


Vegas Golden Knights Workout Challenge

Fitness GOALS!  The NHL’s Vegas Golden Knights are “Together At Home” with us sharing daily fitness challenge videos. #VGKFitChallenge

Chippendales Sexy In-Home Workout

One of the World’s Seven Natural Wonders Like You’ve Never Experienced It Before

Las Vegas Virtual Cooking Shows

The D Las Vegas Facebook – Ivan

The D Las Vegas Facebook – Ivan

A Taste of Wynn at Home with David Walzog

A Taste of Wynn at Home with David Walzog

Virtual Vegas for Kids

Study Break with Jeff Civillico

Las Vegas’ family friendly comedian Jeff Civillico is now offering FREE Livestream Juggling Workshops every Tuesday 11am Pacific (2pm Eastern) now through April 28th on Instagram.

Download 16 Different Coloring Book Pages!

Lost at The Smithsonian Escape Room Game

Welcome to the Smithsonian. You’ve been anxiously awaiting this field trip for months and the day is finally here. You burst in the museum and head to the first exhibit. You are so captivated by the exhibits that you’ve lost the group. If you don’t find your classmates soon, the bus will leave you behind. Your mission is to find your class before the museum closes and the bus leaves. Navigate through the Smithsonian using the virtual tour and follow clues to find your class!

Lost at The Smithsonian Escape Room Game

DIY Cloth Face Coverings

#VegasGoesBlue is a collaboration between Clark County, the cities of Las Vegas, Henderson, North Las Vegas, Boulder City and Mesquite, the Southern Nevada Health District and a number of other local agencies and hospitals. This local effort will coincide with World Health Organization’s World Healthcare Day, which this year honors nurses and midwives.

ASTA Together in Travel

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50 thoughts on “The Best Virtual Vacation to Las Vegas

  1. I used to live in LA, so Vegas was a standard weekend trip for us, and I think I OD’d on it! The last time I went was to see the Beatles Cirque show — which was absolutely amazing. Vegas has changed so dramatically over the past 20 years, I hardly recognize it anymore. I think Vegas is a place that you have to do at least once in your lifetime … then cross it off the list.

    1. Oh my goodness, I bet the cirque show was just incredible. I saw a holiday one at the Detroit FOX theatre a few years back, and it’s just mind blowing what they can do with their bodies. I agree- everyone should try to experience it at least once. I was never interested in going because I thought it was just strippers, clubs, and gambling – none of which i’m interested in haha but I’ve been a few times now, and it grew on me 🙂

  2. I love how so many places are creating virtual tours as a way for guests and travelers to engage at the time of stay in place and social distancing. I know we all want to travel but there are so many exciting ways to experience a place. I am definitely going to check out some of these virtual concerts.

    1. Yea! The virtual travel experiences are a great way to keep people excited, motivated, and hopeful during these difficult times. A little unique, fun entertainment while stuck in quarentine haha

    1. Thank you Miriam! I have been a few times in the last 6 years – we usually fly into Las Vegas airport and head on our road trips to the different national/state parks in the area.

  3. With all your suggestions, this could certainly keep you busy for quite some time. Will save this to delve into from time to time, as I am almost certain I won’t be going anywhere near Las Vegas in the foreseeable future.

    1. hahahah yeah you and me both. Logan and I were there in February as we visited Red Rock Canyon National Park & Fire of Valley state park. It was nice to be so close to the parks and be able to do day trips hiking, then come back to the city for food/a good nights sleep. We usually camp on trips like this.

  4. That’s a comprehensive list ! I’m definitely watching the Cirque du Soleil one ! Too bad the Bellagio fountain one is down ! Always wanted to see that ! Thanks for sharing =)

    1. oh no! I’ll have to update that link, some of the videos are only available for a certain period of time from the source I received them from. The cirque du soleil is a great show to keep you entertained during dinner or to relax.

  5. I love all these virtual travel ideas for Las Vegas! They all look so exicting and they are the perfect way to see what you like and what you don’t before you visit in person!

  6. I haven’t tried virtual tours yet, even though I’ve been confined for several months now… I would absolutely go for the Cirque du Soleil show. I’ve seen them live a couple of times and it was magical… I wonder if these shows are going to even exist in the new world…

  7. These are all amazing ideas, I would definitely be the person to download the colouring pages though haha! Thanks for sharing!

    1. hahaha do it! Let me know if you have any issues downloading them, that is the first time i’ve used that feature on my blog, i’m curious to hear how the experience goes hah

  8. this is a great virtual tour! experiencing vegas in this is really cool. we all know tha
    t las vegas have a lot of thing you can do but through this its amazing..

    1. I was too. That was my favorite video I was able to get. There are more and more partners coming out with similar virtual entertainment options. I’m working on a Disney one now 🤗

    1. Thank you so much for the compliments, that means a lot to me. Logan and I were in the area February, and we weren’t able to make it to the mob museum / other museums so i’m glad I was able to find this virtual tour!

  9. This is a great way to tour from the comfort of our own homes. As an introvert, I’ve got to admit that I love this whole ‘virtual tour’ reality that we’re finding ourselves in. It’s not to say I don’t want to visit places in person again someday soon, but the break and being able to do it without carrying luggage and having to worry about where the nearest toilet is, is quite comforting!

    1. I second all of that. I’m also an introvert, so while we’ve been in quarantine since March.. I’m ok with it/enjoying the excuse to not be obligated to do things, like getting together with my entire completely dysfunctional family for mothers day 😉

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