1. Head to the drive-in.
The West Wind Drive-In movie theater has reopened. Head there to catch a movie or two. There are strict social distancing rules, such as you must leave a car space between vehicles, you must remain in your car, although you can sit on the back of your truck. The number of people who can go to the restroom is also limited.
2. Gamble at all the right places
Vegas likes to gamble, and the casinos are back in business. So, feel free to check out The Cromwell, Circus Circus, OYO, Ellis Island, and El Cortez, which all have a reputation for player-friendly table games and slot machines. You can also play online casinos.
3. Take a Virtual Tour of the Mob Museum.
The Mob Museum is one of the coolest museums in Vegas, but it hasn't reopened yet. However, the museum's website has plenty of useful information to help learn the mob history. The information is in the form of blog posts, podcasts, and video interviews. To get more of the stories of the Mob Museum, download the Mob Museum mobile app to take a virtual tour of exhibits.
4. Order food from local Las Vegas restaurants
Las Vegas local restaurants serve fantastic food. Some are staying open, doing deliveries and takeout, to feed clients and bring in some revenue during these uncertain times. Try to support local restaurants who are adjusting their menus and services so you can eat quality food at home.
5. Drive down the Strip
Going for a leisurely drive through the Strip is an excellent option to have fun while social distancing. Take time to admire the scenic beauty of the Strip, the neon lights, fountains, unique blend of exciting entertainment, and lavishly designed resorts. A scenic drive on the Strip, especially at night, creates a dreamlike environment with lights, color, and sounds all combined, making the experience memorable.