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The Most Instagrammable Las Vegas Landmarks

With iconic landmarks and photo-worthy food, snapping that picture-perfect shot is a great way to discover (or rediscover) your passion for the city. By Jeremiah Crossing | October 1, 2021

Whether you already know and love Las Vegas or you're new to the city, these Instagram-worthy landmarks will help you see the city from a new perspective – and fall in love with it all over again.

Let’s face it, Las Vegas may be the ultimate adult playground, but that doesn’t mean you shouldn't bring your sense of childlike wonder to the city. Up and down the Strip, and throughout the city, you'll find awe-inspiring creations begging to be photographed and marked in your memory (and uploaded to Instagram!). So, if you're ready to discover, or rediscover, the top snappable Las Vegas landmarks, let's get started with:

  • A glowing graveyard: Neon signs are everywhere, but the best snaps happen at the Neon Museum

  • Iconic monuments: Are you in Paris or Vegas? These iconic monuments will have your followers guessing

  • Photo-worthy eats: Las Vegas is a paradise for foodies, with food that looks as good as it tastes

Neon Museum: "The neon boneyard" is one of the coolest places in the city. Here you will have access to some the best Instagram backdrops in all of Vegas. It offers day and night photography tours, which are awesome for snapping like-earning photos. Tip: Tours have limited availability so book in advance.

Resorts World Las Vegas: Las Vegas might be one of the best cities in the country, if not the world, for a true culinary adventure. Every superstar chef worth noting has set up shop here and photo-worthy dishes that look just as amazing as they taste are available 24/7. Resorts World Las Vegas alone has more than 40 bars and restaurants that’ll wow you and your followers.



Luxor Pyramid and Sphinx: During the day, the Luxor Pyramid and Sphinx is a great spot for an Instagram snap pic, but don’t forget to visit it at night as well. Fun fact: The Luxor Sky Beam is the strongest beam of light in the world and can be seen all the way from space. It’s so powerful that the FAA designated the beacon of light as a navigational landmark for aviators.

Fountains: The Fountains of Bellagio, located near the center of the Strip, remains one of the best places to take a picture. There is something Instagram-worthy around every corner at this spot - whether it be the dancing fountains outside or the Conservatory & Botanical Garden tucked just inside.

Eiffel Tower: You may not be in Paris, but the Eiffel Tower is still a great landmark to photograph. With many different angles, you can artistically capture one of the most iconic structures on the Strip from many different vantage points.

“Welcome to Las Vegas” Sign: With its mid-century design and vibrant colors, the “Welcome to Las Vegas” sign is an iconic visual that locals, visitors and Instagrammers can't get enough of. Just don’t go when you're pressed for time because there is always a line here.

High Roller Wheel: Head over to The LINQ to find the world’s largest Ferris wheel. Standing 550 feet tall, it's not only a Las Vegas landmark, but a must-post pic, especially if you can snap one at sunset.

Fremont Street: Fondly referred to as “Old Vegas,” there’s nothing old about it. In fact, the original casino space has been modernized with bright lights and even a zip line, if you're feeling adventurous.

Make Your Las Vegas Travel Memory

Iconic landmarks, cutting-edge cuisine and incredible art – these snappable sights can help you discover what makes this city so special. Just keep your camera at the ready, because in Vegas, you never know what will happen next.

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Jeremiah Crossing is always searching for his next travel adventure.


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