Las Vegas SmartHunts®

Experience SmartHunts®, the #1 Rated scavenger hunt Las Vegas with a perfect 5.0 Customer TrustScore. SmartHunts are fun, collaborative, and entertaining, high-tech city hunts! They are a creative way to experience the essence of Las Vegas with photo missions, video challenges, and trivia questions that guide teams on their corporate adventure through monumental attractions, historic sites, and local gems. SmartHunts scavenger hunt Las Vegas can be delivered In-Person on Apple iPad Minis that we provide – or Remote using Live Zoom facilitation. Our customized scavenger hunts are tailored to fit your company’s objectives, group size, and location.

Las Vegas: The City of Entertainment.

What happens here, only happens here. SmartHunts® scavenger hunt Las Vegas is an experience that will have your team buzzing with excitement. Blending fun, exploration, and corporate teambuilding, SmartHunts can customize your event to include much of what Las Vegas has to offer, including world-class casinos, attractions, theatre, music venues, and restaurants, and much, much, more.

SmartHunts® scavenger hunt Las Vegas takes your team on a scavenger hunt through this great city where they can discover why over 40 million people visit Vegas each year.

Whether your team is local to the area, or visiting from out-of-town, the SmartHunts team can create a fresh experience for your group with a fun scavenger hunt. SmartHunts offers a unique corporate adventure tailored just for you and can take your group on any combination of Las Vegas’ great attractions including:

  1. The Strip
    The Las Vegas Strip is generally considered to be the section of Las Vegas Blvd S that begins at Russell Rd just past the Welcome to Fabulous Las Vegas Sign, next to the Bali Hai Golf Club, and extends north 4.2 miles to Sahara Avenue where the City of Las Vegas begins. The strip is actually outside of the Las Vegas city limits in Clark County.

    Walking the strip is the best way to take it all in and although there are not many cross streets, there are numerous pedestrian walkways across the Blvd. There are at least 40 hotels on the strip and nearly all of them have casinos, multiple restaurants, pools, spas, nightlife, and entertainment. They each have a different style or theme so there will be lots of fun sightseeing experiences on your SmartHunts’ scavenger hunt Las Vegas, the Strip.

    Listed below are some of the fantastic sights beginning at the Welcome to Fabulous Las Vegas Sign and heading north up to Sahara Ave.

    – Shark Reef Aquarium at Mandalay Bay – 1,300,000-gallon tank | 2,000+ aquatic species
    – Mandalay Bay Resort & Casino – 3,200+ rooms and suites
    – The Luxor Hotel & Casino – Egyptian themed + glass pyramid | Luxor Sky Beam
    – Excalibur Hotel & Casino – Castle themed | nearly 4,000 units
    – MGM Grand – 6,852 rooms and suites | 5 outdoor pools | 380,000 sq ft convention center
    – New York-New York Hotel & Casino – NYC Skyline | 12 connected towers including Empire State Building, Chrysler Building and even a Statue of Liberty.
    – Park MGM – replaced the Monte Carlo | 2,600 rooms and suites | Lazy River
    – ARIA Resort & Casino – 4,000+ units | exclusive golf greens
    – Vdara Hotel & Spa – nearly 1,500 suites | a 2-story spa | no casino
    – The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas – 3,000+ upscale units | private terraces
    – Planet Hollywood Resort & Casino – replaced the Aladdin | 2,500+ units
    – Paris Las Vegas – The Eiffel Tower | Arc de Triomphe | nearly 3,000 rooms and suites
    – Bellagio Hotel & Casino – Inspired by European villages | Nearly 4,000 rooms | fountain
    – Bellagio Fountain – 8.5-acre lake | 1,200+ waterspouts | 4,000+ lights | musical fountain show
    – Caesars Palace Towers – 10,000 rooms | luxury shopping | entertainment | casinos
    – Flamingo Las Vegas Hotel & Casino – 15-acre Caribbean-style pool | 3,400+ units
    – High Roller Observation Wheel – 550 ft tall | 28 pods each of which hold 40 people | 30 minutes to complete one revolution
    – The Linq Hotel & Casino – 2,200+ rooms and suites | poolside cabanas | bunk beds
    – Trevi Fountain – part of Caesars Palace | smaller version of the famous Roman fountain
    – Harrah’s Las Vegas – 2,500+ rooms | spa
    – Carnaval Court – part of Harrah’s | open-air street party | live bands
    – The Mirage – Volcano | soon to be replaced by Hard Rock Las Vegas
    – Madame Tussauds Las Vegas – 100+ wax replicas of celebrities
    – The Venetian Resort Hotel Casino – Venice themed with a canal and Gondola Rides
    – The Grand Canal Shoppes – upscale shopping mall located within the Venetian Resort
    – Siegfried & Roy Monument – bronze historical landmark of the famous entertainers
    – Treasure Island Hotel & Casino – 2,800+ rooms and suites | no more pirate show
    – Encore at Wynn Las Vegas – 2,000+ suites | luxury boutique style
    – Wynn Las Vegas – 2,700+ rooms
    – Fashion Show – shopping mall | weekend fashion shows
    – Resorts World Las Vegas – 3,500 rooms | 5-acre pool deck
    – Circus Circus Las Vegas Hotel Resort and Casino – 25 rides | 3,700+ rooms
    – Las Vegas Festival Grounds – outdoor music venue | 40 acres | 80,000p capacity
    – Sahara Las Vegas – now SLS Las Vegas | recently renovated | 1,600+ guestrooms | rooftop pool
    – STRAT Hotel, Casino & SkyPod – 2,400+ rooms | 80,000 sq ft casino | 1,149 ft tall observation tower with rotating dining room

  2. Fremont Street
    North of the Strip, in downtown Las Vegas where Las Vegas Blvd N begins, lies the birthplace of Las Vegas, E. Fremont Street. This 6-block pedestrian-only district is where it all began a SmartHunts’ scavenger hunt Las Vegas on Freemont Street.

    This is where you’ll find the original classic casinos like the Golden Nugget and loads of iconic neon signage. This is where the Rat Pack hung out, the nickname Glitter Gulch was born, and gambling first became legal in Nevada.

    Even though landmarks like the Aladdin Casino, the Pioneer Club and the Silver Slipper have closed, and Binion’s Horseshoe has changed hands, we still have the Golden Nugget and the Golden Gate Hotel & Casino to take us back to Las Vegas’ origins.

    Like the Las Vegas Strip, Fremont Street is open 24 hours a day, every day of the year and it may be generally older and seem less glamorous, but it’s also less expensive. Enjoy free live music every night of the year until 4 am plus the Downtown Rocks Concert Series.

    There are over 20 casinos in the Fremont Street area, 8 of which are on Fremont Street itself and gambling minimums tend to be low, $3 – $10. Also, hotels, rather than resorts, are more the norm so you can avoid hidden resort fees.

    Fremont Street has countless restaurants and bars serving every conceivable type of food and drink plus comedy clubs, nightclubs, and strip clubs.

    You generally get free drinks while you gamble but don’t forget to tip your servers!
    Four blocks of the pedestrian walkway are covered by an arched canopy and underneath, suspended 90 ft above Fremont Street is the world’s largest digital display screen, 90 ft wide by 1,375 ft long, and every night from 6:00 pm – 2:00 am Viva Vision Light Show makes its appearance. The Fremont Street Experience!

    You can also ride a Zipline down the length of the mall, seated or superhero-style.
    Neonopolis, at 450 E Fremont, is a 250,000 sq ft complex and generally speaking the first floor is food and drink, the second-floor nightclubs and the third floor entertainment but the Metropolitan Gallery/Art Museum Las Vegas and the Southern Nevada Museum of Fine Art are located there as well.

    The Mob Museum – “100 Years of Made Men & Their Associates” at 300 Stewart Ave is a must visit fun and educational experience featuring 3 floors of exhibits, artifacts, anecdotes, interactive displays, and mob lore.

    Some of Fremont Street’s iconic and modern casinos and hotels include:

    – Golden Nugget Las Vegas – featuring a 200,000-gallon shark tank.
    – Golden Gate Hotel & Casino – open since 1906, showcasing historical artifacts, gambling ledgers, and more.
    – Main Street Station Casino & Hotel – features a slab of the Berlin Wall in the men’s room.
    – The D Casino & Hotel – home to Vegas’ only two-story casino
    Binion’s Gambling Hall
    – The Fremont Hotel & Casino
    – Four Queens Hotel & Casino
    – Circa Resort & Casino – the historic Vegas Vickie cowgirl neon sign has finally been restored and now graces the entrance to Circa’s Cocktail Lounge.
    Speaking of iconic neon signage, Cowboy Vegas Vic the 90 ft tall mascot that adorned the Pioneer Club’s facade has recently been restored and resides on the pedestrian walkway.
    – The Fremont East District Sign and Oscar’s Martini Neon Sign are very cool, definitely worth a visit and totally Instagram able.
    – The Neon Museum Las Vegas is a must visit for vintage signage aficionados. It is located at 770 Las Vegas Blvd N on nearly 3 acres and is dedicated to restoring and preserving Las Vegas’ vintage neon signs. Guided tours are available through the outdoor Neon Boneyard as well.

  3. Welcome To Las Vegas Sign
    The Welcome to Fabulous Las Vegas Sign is located at 5100 Las Vegas Blvd S
    at the southern end of the Las Vegas Strip across from the Bali Hai Golf Club.

    The 25 ft tall Las Vegas landmark was designed by Betty Whitehead Willis and erected in 1959.

    Betty was born in Nevada in the 1920s, raised in Las Vegas and studied at the California Art Institute. After working at MGM Studios in Los Angeles she returned to Las Vegas and brought her love of neon art back with her.

    She was working as a commercial artist when approached by a salesman who’d been tasked by Clark County to have a sign designed to welcome visitors to Las Vegas. Betty designed the now world-famous sign in the exaggerated Modern/Google style, the county purchased the sign for $4,000 and the rest is history.

    Betty designed countless signs over the years and some of the more famous were for the Blue Angel Motel, the Del Mar Motel and the Moulin Rouge Hotel and Casino.

    An extensive collection of historic Las Vegas neon signage can be seen at The Neon Museum and Boneyard, 770 Las Vegas Blvd N, just north of the Fremont Street District.

SmartHunts are fun, challenging, hi-tech scavenger hunt Las Vegas that are designed for 30 people or more. They are delivered using our Apple iPads® and the SmartHunts® App.

Our proprietary apps utilize text messaging, audio, video, ZOOM®, QR Codes, social media sharing, and GPS tracking to produce the best hunts in the city. Las Vegas SmartHunts combines sightseeing, gaming, laughter, and team building. We set the stage for teams to have fun! Every SmartHunt® is customized for the client’s goals and outcomes.

For more information, call us at (800) 764-4868.

We offer simple options for your group to consider. All of our programs include destination specific points of interest, fun trivia, pop-culture mission, clues to solve, photo & video missions, GPS mapping system, social media sharing, team tracking, and a live leaderboard with an event slideshow. Whether your gathering is in-person or remote, your group will enjoy the same great hunt. Which SmartHunt® is the best for your group?



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SmartHunts® are a creative way to explore new destinations. Informative & fun!

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