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Find Cheap Flights from Long Beach (LGB) to Las Vegas (LAS)

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Long Beach to Las Vegas Route Information

Travel Distance:231 Miles
Airlines Flying This Route:JetBlue Airways, Southwest Airlines
Weekly Flights:6
Avg. Flight Duration:01.03 Hours

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Airports in Long Beach

Long Beach is served by Long Beach Airport. The airport is located about 3 miles northeast of downtown Long Beach. Long Beach Airport offers flights to several destinations such as Phoenix, Boston, Austin, Las Vegas, Sacramento, Portland, Salt Lake City, and more. The airport is accessible from Long Beach by car rentals, taxis, cabs (Uber, Lyft, See Jane Go, and Opoli), shuttles, bus, and metro (Wardlow Station).

Explore Las Vegas

Simply named as Vegas, Las Vegas is the most populated city in the US state of Nevada. Famous all over the world for its high-octane casino scene, this glinting city is mostly looked up as a city where the nights are livelier than the days. The nightlife of the city is so happening that the famous movie quote “What happens in Vegas stays in Vegas” cursorily explains the level of excitement and has raged as a quote all over the globe. However, the city is not just all about glitz and glamor. It also presents a profusion of historical attractions and unconventional experiences to unravel. Interestingly, Las Vegas is home to a plethora of museums than are must-visit for the travelers who want to try their hands on something different than gambling and discoing.

Things to do in Las Vegas

Las Vegas Natural History Museum

Las Vegas Natural History Museum puts on show the relics of dinosaurs, marine animals, and creatures native to Africa and the Nevadan Mojave Desert. The distinguishing displays of the exhibition hall illustrate guests about the multi-layered connection among people and the ecosystem. Permanent displays include the Treasures of Egypt, highlighting nearly 500 replicated ancient artifacts.

Discovery Children's Museum

Located in the New Donald W. Reynolds Discovery Center Discovery, Children's Museum houses more than 26,000 square feet of presentation space. The museum organizes exhibitions in science, culture, and arts, and early childhood development.

Titanic: The Artifact Exhibition

Titanic: The Artifact Exhibition houses an entrancing gathering of ancient rarities recovered from the ship's destruction. Here, guests can stroll through authentically recreated first and second-class rooms and view their photos taken on full-scale recreation of the staggering 'Grand Staircase'.

Best Time to Visit Las Vegas

The best time to visit Las Vegas is from March to May and from September to November.

Las Vegas Travelers' Reviews

Great!

Had the best time visiting family! Dallas is always a great time! The food,the people and the adventure options are awesome! - Marisol  Jun 20, 2021

Good place, Warm people

Istanbul was really cool. I liked the airline and airport, its very different than your typical western destination. I saw the Haggia Sophia and went into Asia. It was also cool to hear the daily prayers... surreal to hear them echoing throughout the early morning streets. - Mike  Jun 18, 2021