1. Red Rock Canyon See 800-year-old petroglyphs, fossilized dinosaur tracks, Aztec sandstone cliffs and limestone from a Paleozoic ocean. State Highway 159, 702-515-5350.
2. Liberace Mansion Versailles meets Vegas at the flamboyant Strip headliner’s nearly-15,000-square-foot ode to maximalist bling—now available for events and tours. 4982 Shirley St. 702-598-0216.
3. Little Church of the West Get married by Elvis where he married Ann Margret in Viva Las Vegas. The 76-year-old chapel has played cupid for Judy Garland, Richard Gere and more. 4617 Las Vegas Blvd S., 702-739-7971.
4. Old Mormon Fort In 1855, Mormon settlers built this adobe fort, the first non-native permanent settlement in Las Vegas. Today, it’s a state park. 500 E. Washington Ave. 702-486-3511.
5. Atomic Liquors Vegas’ oldest freestanding bar was named for its rooftop’s prime view of mushroom clouds. The Rat Pack and Smothers Brothers were regulars. 917 Fremont St., 702-982-3000.