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Mirage Dolphin Habitat

Mirage Dolphin Habitat Las Vegas

The Mirage Dolphin Habitat gives visitors the opportunity to get up close and personal with dolphins. The habitat has 2.5 million gallons of seawater in three different pools. Dolphins can be watched through underwater viewing windows and above water.

Visitors can take part in interacting with these playful creatures and maybe even catch a glimpse of a baby dolphin. There are helpful employees available to answer questions and you can even watch a dolphin birth from video.

The Dolphin Habitat is next to the Secret Garden For more information about the Mirage hotel visit the Mirage hotel info or call: (702)791-7111 Admission is $10 for adults and children 10 and up, and free for children under ten.

Mirage Volcano

Mirage Volcano, Las Vegas

The Volcano Show at the Mirage hotel in Las Vegas erupts with fire and smoke, 100 feet into the air every 30 minutes. Several times the flames have caught the nearby palm trees on fire creating a much more exciting show than currently is on display. This attraction underwent a renovation in 2006 to make it even more volcanic.

One of the best places to watch the free show while catching a meal is from the Casino Royale restaurant across the street on the second floor.

For nearby Mirage attractions check out the Dolphin Habitat or the Secret Garden. Visit the following link for more information on the Mirage Hotel.

Las Vegas Natural History Museum

Natural History Museum

The Las Vegas Natural History Museum is a family friendly destination dedicated to educating children and families in the natural sciences of today and the past. The museum features many interactive exhibits, educational programs, and interesting collections. The Natural History Museum is a private non-profit organization that desires to create a deeper understanding and appreciation of the worlds wildlife and ecosystems. They also wish to demonstrate and explore human relationships with the environment.

There are numerous realistic displays in the Natural History Museum including galleries of Dinosaurs, Wildlife, Africa, Marine Life, Nevada.

Dinosaur Gallery

Catch a glimpse of life like Dinosaurs in the Gallery Dinosaurs / Prehistoric Life Gallery. Children love the massive 35-foot long Tyrannosaurus rex that lowers its head and roars at them! Other popular attractions include a Triceratops, Ankylosaur, and a ferocious raptor. You can also find a gigantic marine reptile that swam in the waters of Nevada called an Ichthyosaur.

Marine Life Gallery

Painted in ocean blue colors, the visitors to the Marine Life Gallery can get a feel for what life is like underwater. Visitors can experience live sharks, stingrays, and eels that occupy the 3,000-gallon tank in this gallery. There are also numerous other colorful and amazing creatures occupying additional jewel tanks. Situated throughout the gallery are life-size recreations of various species of sharks and fish.

Africa Gallery

Visitors to the African Gallery can experience life on the Serengeti. The African Savanna display overlooks a peaceful watering hole on one side and a predator- prey relationship on the other. The African Rainforest display showcases some of the beautiful and diverse wildlife found in the African jungle. Pushing buttons located throughout the exhibits enable visitors to see and learn about the animals hidden amongst the trees and brush. The “Out of Africa” exhibit shows off three long extinct African primates: Australopithecus Afarensis, Homo Habilis, and Homo Erectus. The “Out of Africa” exhibit is the only one of its kind in the state of Nevada, offering a rare look into the history of primates.

Wildlife Gallery

The International Wildlife Room features world-class taxidermy specimens from North America, South America, the Middle East, and Africa. Explore family groups like bears, sheep, deer, dog, cats, and antelope.

Wild Nevada Gallery

The Wild Nevada Gallery features a large amount of animals indigenous to the Nevada area. It is themed after the beauty of the Mojave Desert. Visitors can find many different animals and plants including foxes, snakes, badgers, big horn sheep, burrowing creatures and many more. There’s a lot of chances for children to learn interactively by investigating exhibits with their ears, hands, and noses.

Hand-On Gallery

The MGM/Mirage Young Scientist Center gives children the chance to have a lot of fun in a hands-on interactive room. Young ones can dig for fossils, study animal tracks, observe a paleontology lab, and discover animal senses. This is a popular room for people of all ages.

Visit the Natural History Museum Website and get a 2 for 1 discount coupon.

Price of Admission

$7.00 Adults

$6.00 Seniors, military, and students

$3.00 Children ages 3-11

FREE Children 2 and under, member


Open daily from 9:00 am – 4:00 pm.


(702) 384-3466

(702) 384-5343 Fax


900 North Las Vegas Boulevard

Las Vegas, NV 89101

Their cross-streets are Las Vegas Blvd. and Washington. The Museum is adjacent to Cashman Center.

Mandalay Bay Shark Reef

Shark Reef Las Vegas Shark Reef at Mandalay Bay

The Mandalay Bay Shark Reef is one of the best aquariums in town with a good variety of sharks, sea turtles, stonefish, stingrays and many other fish species in a large 1.3 million gallon tank. Visitors listen to an audio tour as they admire the surprises within this lovely and serene setting.

Once inside the underwater glass hallways, you get the impression that you are in a sunken temple as graceful sharks and other aquatic creatures slowly glide by. There are in addition to the Shark Reef Aquarium separate snake and crocodile exhibits.

Admission to the Shark Reef Aquarium is $16 for adults and $9.95 for children ages 5-12 and free for children under 5. The Shark Reef is open daily from 10 a.m to 11 p.m. For more info call(702)632-7000

Sirens of TI

Sirens Of Treasure Island Sirens Of TI, Las Vegas

The Sirens of TI is a popular free show at the Treasure Island Hotel on the Las Vegas Strip. It’s the pirates versus the sexy sirens in this nautical adventure. Rumor has it that no man is able to resist the Sirens song. Watch as the swashbucklers try to fend off their womanly advances while firing off a few cannon rounds in the process. Will the pirates be able to resist the lure of the siren’s song?

The area in front of the show can be packed and strollers are not permitted on the promenade in front of the show area.You can find good seating inside the Tangerine Lounge at Treasure Island.

Shows start nightly every 90 minutes from 7 to 11:30 p.m and you can get more information by calling Treasure Island at (702) 894-7111

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