However if someone wants to avoid people that do not share his morals then they should stay home.
Franklin's Circus Circus idea is a good suggestion. They have some of those Circus sets surrounded by a carnival gaming area too, which was always fun to go to when I was little. Then they have The Adventuredome Theme park thing that would be pretty interesting to your kids if they have never been to an indoor theme park(which actually kind of sucks beyond the fact that it is indoors).
That brings up something though, how in the world does Vegas not have a Six Flags or something on the outskirts somewhere? Just L.A. and all its theme parks being too close?
I, for one, think an NBA franchise would prosper. It's a big enough city, but with 50MM people visiting each year from all over the country/world, it seems it would be merchandising hit and would be a cool diversion from the casinos during a 4day'r.
"Giving to the poor is an essential part of Christian morality. I do not believe one can settle how much we ought to give. I’m afraid the only safe rule is to give more than we can spare... If our charities do not at all pinch or hamper us, I should say they are too small. There ought to be things that we’d like to do but cannot do because our charitable expenditure excludes them." --C.S. Lewis
Walking up and down the strip is ok. The artists along there are cool. But yeah, you gotta shield them from the porn guys on every corner. The Excaliber/NY has good kid stuff. Serendipity down as Caesars I think is good ice cream but maybe not worth the walk. The shops underneath Caesars aren't bad.
Whatever happened to the White Tigers?
Once you get past Caesars it gets dicey if I remember right. If you want to go to the needle thing or Freemont street then take a cab there and back.
BYU 1984 National Champs.
My wife is always on some vegas family site. Ill pass along when I speak to her later on.