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There’s no other playground quite like Las Vegas, Nevada. From the bright lights to 24-hour live entertainment, casinos, and all-you-can-eat buffets, you’ll become fully immersed in all the glitz and glamour that the city has to offer. And speaking of glitz and glam, Las Vegas happens to be a hub for Instagram-worthy spots. So, if you’re looking for the best places to take a picture in Las Vegas, here’s a rundown of the top 5 photo ops and Instagrammable spots. Are you ready to strike a pose in this desert city?

1. The Welcome to Fabulous Las Vegas Sign

5200 South Las Vegas Blvd

The list starts off with the most obvious choice — the Welcome to Fabulous Las Vegas Sign. It’s a must-see first stop for any traveler. The Art Deco-style sign welcomes you to town, and is typically the first photograph people want to take. Located just south of Mandalay Bay Hotel & Casino on the Las Vegas Strip, the sign has been attracting visitors since 1959. Thankfully, there’s now a 12-car parking lot dedicated to people who want a shot of the classic sign. You might have to wait in a long line of people to take a picture, but if you’re doing it for the ‘gram, it’s a must-capture.

2. The Neon Museum

770 Las Vegas Blvd North

If one sign wasn’t enough, you can snap selfies in front of 250 signs from old casinos and businesses at The Neon Museum in Las Vegas. Founded in 1996, this non-profit organization is dedicated to collecting and preserving iconic signs. You can easily capture them all for the ‘gram in under 30 minutes, then head back over to Fremont Street for some gambling action. But to get the full experience, take your time wandering so you can learn the full, mind-blowing history behind them all. Plus, if you head over to the Neon Boneyard (one of the main sections of the museum) at night, you can snap a photo with all 19 neon signs that still glow to this day.

3. The Fountains of Bellagio

3600 Las Vegas Blvd

The Fountains of Bellagio is the famous water show displayed in front of the Bellagio Hotel, and a free attraction for visitors to experience. The fountains are a Las Vegas classic that express the romantic spirit of the resort. The show attracts thousands of people each day, running every 15 to 30 minutes depending on the time of day you visit.

So, if you’re planning to photograph the wondrous moment, make sure to snag a spot smack-dab in the middle of the fountain. You’ll get a full view of  fountains soaring as high as 460 feet in the air, perfectly in sync to various musical selections and flashing lights. Pro tip: When you’re capturing the spectacular beauty of the Bellagio fountains, go for boomerangs instead of selfies.

4. Seven Magic Mountains

South Las Vegas Blvd

If there’s one reason to venture off the Las Vegas Strip, it’s to see and snap a photo in front of the Seven Magic Mountains. Located about 10 miles south of Las Vegas, Nevada, you'll be mesmerized by this public art installation created by internationally renowned Swiss artist, Ugo Rondinone. Located within the Ivanpah Valley, The Seven Magic Mountains gives the desert a vibrant pop of form and color, making this a hot spot for an Instagram-worthy pictures. But hurry, you better book your trip to Las Vegas soon. The end of 2021 will be your last chance to see this work of art in person. Luckily for you, Club Wyndham offers great vacation deals to Las Vegas year-round. 

5. Fremont Street Experience

Fremont St.

Lastly, a true Las Vegas staple you can’t leave without seeing is, of course, the Fremont Street Experience. You can find this pedestrian mall and attraction in downtown Las Vegas where the party never stops. And if there’s one place in Vegas where the saying, “do it for the ‘gram” applies, it’s at the legendary SlotZilla. SlotZilla is a zip line unlike any other, and lets you soar over Fremont Street like a superhero. There are no cameras are allowed on the zip line, so the key to epic footage is having your travel buddy to take a video from the ground. If flying high isn’t your thing, there’s so much more to see and do. Check out the Viva Vision light show, which happens hourly after 6 p.m., or rock out to a free live show. You’re bound to find fun in every corner of Fremont Street — just make sure to capture all the glorious moments that make your Las Vegas adventure one you'll remember.

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