Las Vegas does just about everything on a grand scale, so as you’re roaming Sin City, always make sure to look up.
You might see some amazing stained glass.
Worthy of both an “ooh” and an “aww.”
Just another day at Le Burger Brasserie restaurant between Paris Vegas and Bally’s.
While you’re at Paris Las Vegas, keep looking up! You might catch a glimpse of a half-scale French landmark.
The Eiffel Tower replica at Paris Las Vegas. Sorry. “Le” Eiffel Tower replica at Paris Las Vegas.
If you’re in downtown Las Vegas, on the Fremont Street Experience, look up to see 12 million LED modules doing their best to make your eyeballs pop out. In a good way.
The canopy at Fremont Street also serves as the most tricked-out umbrella ever.
Also, on Fremont Street, if you don’t look up, you’ll miss a piece of Vegas history.
Vegas Vic was first erected in 1951. That’s right, erected.
Next stop, The Forum Shops at Caesars Palace.
Inside,there’s gorgeousness everywhere. Even up.
Did we mention how free seeing all this stuff is? This blog loves it some free.
Seriously, keep looking up.
The Forum Shops at Caesars may require additional eyes.
The realistically-painted “skies” inside The Forum Shops darken and lighten depending upon the time of day.
Up is a happy place in Las Vegas.
Outside The Forum Shops, make sure to look up again.
In Vegas, it’s go fancy or go home.
No too far away is the Caesars Palace casino, and honestly, every time you look up, there’s something unforgettable to see.
This artwork was inspired by a real statue we don’t have time to research. We are a Las Vegas blog, not a statue historian.
We trust we’ve made our point. Look up! Just don’t trip over anything. This Las Vegas blog already spends far too much time in the company of lawyers.
Post Author: Scott Roeben, Pulse of Vegas. Scott is editor, writer and photographer of the Pulse of Vegas, the official Las Vegas blog of Caesars Entertainment, the world’s largest gaming company.