The 7 Most Instagram Worthy Spots in Las Vegas
Visiting Vegas and looking for some picture-perfect spots for your Instagram? Check out our favorite Instagram worthy spots in Vegas.
Downtown Las Vegas is murals galore! Thanks to the annual music and arts festival “Life is Beautiful” that started in 2013, each year the walls are used as canvases by international and local artists. Also, check out the Freemont street experience for on point pictures with old school neon light signs.
This public art installation is a must have for your Instagram if you’re in the Vegas area. The largely stacked colorful rocks contrast so nicely with the desert backdrop. It’s located approximately 10 miles away from Las Vegas but worth the short drive for some Instagram worthy shots.
3. Neon Museum – @Hawleydunbar
The name says it all. This place is full of tons of old iconic Las Vegas neon signs and is truly a photographer’s heaven. The best spot to take pictures is in the Boneyard, but unfortunately, it’s not completely open to the public but you can set up an hour long guided tour which is available seven days a week.
Casa De Shenandoah is Wayne Newton’s old Las Vegas Ranch which has now been turned into a museum. Here you can snap some photos with collectible cars such as old school Bentleys and Rolls Royces, exotic animals like monkeys and peacocks, and gorgeous pools and fountains. This luxury estate offers plenty of picture perfect spots that your followers will love.
Better known as the world’s tallest observation wheel, the High Roller offers an opportunity to get some unique perspective shots. Whether it’s looking up at the wheel from the ground or getting some panoramic shots of Vegas at the top of the wheel, you and your Instagram feed will be happy you came.
Hit the downtown Container Park for some fun and playful pictures. This shopping center was built from old shipping containers and has a three-story tree house so one can imagine all the endless photo possibilities in this Las Vegas playground.
The Valley of Fire is about an hour outside of Vegas, but trust us when we say it’s worth the drive. Famous for its picturesque bright red Aztec sandstones, this state park is optimal for photographers of any skill set. While the state park is open year-round, it does get extremely hot during the summer so visiting in the fall months is ideal for a more enjoyable exploration of this beautiful state park.
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