Las Vegas Jewelry and Coin Buyers: 4 Ways to Beat the Summer Heat in Las Vegas

Las Vegas Jewelry and Coin Buyers: 4 Ways to Beat the Summer Heat in Las Vegas

Summer is in full swing, and here in Las Vegas that means plenty of hot weather. If you’re looking for a way to stay cool, you’re not alone. Luckily, there are plenty of fun venues and events you can check out around town that can help. To give you a hand, we at Las Vegas Jewelry and Coin Buyers have put together this list of four ways to beat the summer heat in Las Vegas.

Go for a Swim at Mandalay Bay Beach

4 Ways to Beat the Summer Heat in Las Vegas

No ocean? No problem. You can enjoy all your favorite beachfront activities by visiting Mandalay Bay Beach. This 11-acre artificial beach and aquatic playground, operated by Mandalay Bay Resort and Casino, includes beach dining, beach shopping, and, of course, swimming opportunities. If you’re looking for adventure, you can catch a wave at the 1.6-million gallon tide pool. If you’re looking for something more low-key, you can drift down the Lazy River or relax on a floaty at the lagoon. Guests interested in a private and sophisticated club experience can find it at the exclusive Moorea Beach Club.

There are also a number of gorgeous cabanas and bungalows scattered throughout the resort. You can reserve one of the 144-square-foot Beach Cabanas beside the tide pool, one of the 100-square-foot cabanas beside the Lazy River, a 144-square-foot West Lagoon Cabana, or a 100-square-foot East Lagoon Cabana. If you have more people in your party, consider booking one of the 168-square-foot Beach Bungalows on the beach. All cabanas include ceiling fans, in-house love seats, and deck chairs for lounging. Some also include a TV and tall tables with tall chairs. 

Location: 3950 S Las Vegas Boulevard.

Hours: 8 a.m. to 7 p.m., seven days a week.

Phone Number: 877-305-3136

Get Lost at the Neon Museum

The Neon Museum is home to hundreds of iconic neon Las Vegas signs which it has collected since its founding in 1996. The museum is located within the La Concha Motel lobby and is open to visitors in the afternoon and evenings. If you come at night, you can enjoy the brilliance of the restored signs in full glow. You can also get to know Las Vegas history and culture up close and personal with guided tours, or get a unique perspective from the air with the Neon Night Flight Spectacular helicopters tour. 

You can also purchase tickets to Brilliant!, the live show that combines lights and sound to transport guests directly into historic Las Vegas. Created by Craig Winslow, this show features digital animations, 24 three-dimensional sound speakers, and eight projectors to create a jaw-dropping experience. You can reserve tickets to Brillant! online or day-of at the museum. 

Location: 770 Las Vegas Boulevard North.

Hours: 4 p.m. to 12 a.m., seven days a week.

Phone Number: 702-387-6366

Catch a Show at the Smith Center

If you’d like to settle down in an air-conditioned theater seat and enjoy some of the latest Broadway hits or touring music events, you’ll be delighted to know you can do so right here in Las Vegas. The Smith Center, a world-class performing arts center which opened in 2012, hosts a rotating selection of approximately 400 performances per year. There are three performance venues, including the 2,050-seat Reynolds Hall theater, the 240-seat Myron’s club, and the 200-seat Troesh Studio Theatre. 

The 2022-2023 Broadway Las Vegas series includes The PromHadestownJagged Little PillSIXHAMILTONAnnieTo Kill A MockingbirdMoulin Rouge! The MusicalDisney’s FrozenMean Girls, and Tina! The Tina Turner Musical. Upcoming musical performances include the Count Basie Orchestra directed by Scotty Barnhart with vocalist Carmen Bradford on July 29, The Jazz Republic featuring special guest saxophonist Tom Luer on August 9, and a piano performance by Chuchito Valdes with an accompanying jazz trio on October 7. You can reserve tickets online or by phone by calling the Smith Center box office. 

Location: 361 Symphony Park Ave.

Box Office Hours: 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Monday through Friday.

Phone Number: 702-749-2000

Shop ‘Till You Drop at Miracle Mile

Malls are a classic way to escape the heat, and Planet Hollywood Resort and Casino is home to one of the best malls in town, the Miracle Mile Shops. You can escape the heat by enjoying the air conditioning as you explore over 150 stores along 1.2 miles of storefronts. You can find clothing, accessories, art, shoes, beauty products, health stores, home decorations, gifts, and more. Whether you love browsing the newest items from name brand stores or exploring unique collectables found only at hole-in-the-wall boutique, we know you’ll find something irresistible along the Miracle Mile strip. 

If you’re interested in clothing, you can explore Fashion Xpress, Edge clothing, or Lilyful. For the latest art and collectables, check out Wyland Galleries, Swarovski, or Tristar Sports Memorabilia. You can while away the hours trying out health and beauty products at Bath and Bodyworks, Green Planet CBD, LUSH, Sephora, or Yves Chantre Paris. While you’re at it, why not pick out a new bathing suit at Victoria’s Secret, so you can go cool off at the pool after you leave? For boutique specialty stores that have it all, check out Attick Salt or Francesca’s, 

Location: 3663 Las Vegas Boulevard South.

Hours (for most shops): 10 a.m. to 9 p.m. Sunday through Thursday, 10 a.m. to 10 p.m. Fridays and Saturdays.

Contact: info@mms-lv.com 

We hope these four incredible summer destinations give you some ideas for fun ways to stay cool in Las Vegas this summer. Did we leave off your favorite hot weather destination? You can let us know by giving us a call at 702-602-8492 or dropping by our store at 1405 West Sunset Road, Henderson. While you’re here, our expert staff will be happy to help you buy or sell your coins, diamonds, gold, or other specialty items. Whether you’re looking to sell jewelry or find the perfect gift, we look forward to making your acquaintance. 

Mandalay Bay Pool Area by John Beagle is licensed with CC BY 2.0