6 Very Vegan Things To Do In Vegas

vegan things to do in vegas

While Las Vegas is often referred to as Sin City, that sin doesn’t have to include harming animals. There is so much to do here on and off the strip, it’s easy to get lost in a search engine for hours trying to make a decision. But if you don’t have time (or patience) for that,  check out these 6 very vegan things to do in Vegas. There’s probably a million more we could go on about, but we will save those for the next post. These 6 should get your started!


Eat All The Food

The vegan food scene in Vegas just keeps on growing. With more than 20 100% vegan restaurants, you could spend days just eating your way into a food coma. And why shouldn’t you? If you want to check out the full guide to eating vegan in Vegas check out Vegans, Baby


Get a Vegan Mani/Pedi

There are a few places offering vegan nail services. Two of our favs are Nails Envie and Prestige Nail Boutique

vegan things to do in vegas

Go For A Hike

Depending on the time of year, there are many local places to hike in LV. Red Rock is a great option as there are many different trails ranging from beginner to expert. If you happen to be here in the summer check out Mount Charleston as the temps up there can be 20-30 degrees cooler than the strip.

Plant A Garden

Vegas Roots Community Garden (formerly Tonopah Community Garden) is a community-based nonprofit organization in Las Vegas, Nevada. They’re always in need of volunteers so check out their website for more info.

vegan things to do in vegas

Get a Vegan Tattoo

There are quite a few tattoo artists in town that use vegan ink. Nick Bones at Studio 21 is known for drawing small vegan custom designs and offering reasonable prices. But, if you’re looking for a full vegan experience, including aftercare, check out Collective Tattoo Parlor owned by Chance Gomez as well. 


Volunteer at a Shelter or Rescue

If you’re vegan you probably love animals. So why not spend some time helping them? Some shelters require training prior to volunteering, but a lot of local rescues needs help at events just handling dogs or talking to potential adopters. Try calling Nevada SPCA Animal Foundation or Hearts Alive Village.


Ok, so where are you going to start? We would highly suggest starting with food and moving on from there. Did we miss your favorite vegan thing to do in Vegas? Let us know in the comments.




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