Find Cheap Flights from St Louis (STL) to Las Vegas (LAS)

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St Louis to Las Vegas Route Information

Travel Distance:1,369 Miles
Airlines Flying This Route:Frontier Airlines, Sun Country Airlines, Southwest Airlines
Weekly Flights:57
Avg. Flight Duration:3.30 Hours

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Airports in St. Louis

St. Louis is served by St. Louis Lambert International Airport. The airport is located about 23 kilometers northwest of downtown St. Louis. St. Louis Lambert International Airport offers flights to a plethora of destinations including the likes of Toronto, Miami, Atlanta, Las Vegas, and more. The airport is linked to MetroLink's Red Line via a station at both Terminal 1 and Terminal 2. Two MetroBus lines serve the Lambert Bus Port, located adjacent to the intermediate parking lot and is accessible via a tunnel from Terminal 1.

Explore Las Vegas

Well known in the tourist sphere for its casino scene, Las Vegas is the most populated city in the US state of Nevada. The city is officially known as Vegas and besides the vibrant casinos, the city also treats visitors with first-class shops, celeb chef restaurants, and penthouse suites along the Strip. This desert oasis grew to soaring elevation with the construction of the Hoover Dam in its proximity. Las Vegas also presents plethora of rich history and unconventional experiences to discover, particularly when a sightseer wanders off the Strip and into the Fremont Street Experience in the old downtown.

Things to do in Las Vegas

Las Vegas Natural History Museum

Besides the glitz and glamor of casinos, museums are also excellent places to visit in Vegas as they give a profound understanding of history of the state and the city, history of natural science, and more. One such museum is the Las Vegas Natural History Museum. It features the relics of dinosaurs, marine animals, and creatures aboriginal to Africa and the Nevadan Mojave Desert. The distinguishing displays of the exhibition hall show guests about the multifaceted connection among people and the ecosystem.

Discovery Children's Museum

Discovery Children's Museum is set in the New Donald W. Reynolds Discovery Center and features more than 26,000 square feet of presentation space. The gallery offers exhibitions in science, culture, and arts, and early childhood development.

Titanic: The Artifact Exhibition

Titanic: The Artifact Exhibition is home to an enchanting gathering of ancient rarities recovered from the ship's destruction. Visitors can stroll through validly recreated first and second-class rooms and view their photos taken on life-sized recreation of the stunning 'Grand Staircase.

Best Time to Visit Las Vegas

The best time to visit Las Vegas is between the months of March and May and from September to November. During these months, the city sees an influx of visitors during, particularly during the New Year’s Eve.

Las Vegas Travelers' Reviews

Vegas Trip

We had a wonderful time. Saw Chris Angel,the Haunted Museum and Kayaked on the Colorado River. - Barbie  May 08, 2022