Las Vegas

Visit Las Vegas Virtually Without Leaving Home

With social distancing and work from home regulations in place, Las Vegas invites you to take a trip without leaving home.

As today more people are relying on video conferencing to stay connected, Las Vegas has created a series of virtual backgrounds for Zoom, one of the largest videoconferencing providers.

Featuring iconic Las Vegas locations, the customized virtual backdrops allow Zoom users to infuse some fun into their everyday video chats in a way only Las Vegas can. Coworkers can move their nightly happy hour from their kitchens to front and center at the Fountains of Bellagio. Family reunions go from the couch to overlooking the Las Vegas Strip from the High Roller. Friends can still get the party started by spending their Saturday nights on the virtual dancefloor of a Vegas nightclub. 

To download the immersive backgrounds and for directions on adding them to a Zoom meeting, please visit here.

The destination also comes to life through an array of other virtual experiences that will transport users from their homes to the Entertainment Capital of the World with the tap of a phone or the click of a button.    

Tour the Town

Illuminating your living room with the neon lights of vintage Vegas, The Neon Museum invites users to explore the iconic Vegas landmark through its free web-based app. The app can be accessed via computer or smartphone by visiting and using the password NEON. Complete with photos, test and audio narration, the app highlights various signs in the Boneyard, the museum’s outdoor exhibition space, as well as popular pieces from Lost Vegas: Tim Burton @ The Neon Museum.

Taking a stroll through Las Vegas’ colorful past, The Mob Museum’s immersive exhibits are just a tap away through the organization’s mobile app, available for download on iOS and Android platforms. History buffs can experience the museum’s world-class interactive journey of organized crime and law enforcement from the palm of their hand and the comfort of their home. Those at home can also follow The Mob Museum on social media to access exclusive new content including virtual tours and educational outreach presentations for students in grades K-12, available the week of March 30.

Entertainment at Hand

Turning the day into an over-the-top spectacle, Cirque du Soleil fans can enjoy high-quality entertainment from its new digital content hub CirqueConnect, available at The platform will feature a breathtaking 60-minute special, virtual reality experiences, tutorials from top Cirque artists, music, and much more.

For those missing the dance floor, Insomniac has created ‘Insomniac Rewind,’ a 24-hour YouTube channel broadcasting classic sets and festival footage from the past 5 years of EDC Las Vegas, the largest dance music festival in North America. The non-stop dance party will be available on YouTube and Twitch until midnight on Tuesday, March 31.

Those looking for a Vegas experience unlike any other can enjoy the destination’s virtual reality art program, Vegas: Alter Your Reality™ (VAYR). VAYR is a creative interpretation of the Las Vegas experience, direct from the minds of five distinguished, international artists. Transformed into vibrant and immersive content pieces, their personal narratives are given the ultimate presentation as a virtual reality art collection that consumers can enjoy around the globe. The VAYR artwork is available to view on the Vegas VR app, which is free and available for download on iOS and Android platforms, or on the Visit Las Vegas YouTube channel.

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