Okay, maybe you’re not all that interested in gambling. So what the heck are you supposed to do with all that free time you’ll have on your hands after the Las Vegas conferences you’re planning to attend have ended? Here are five ideas to get you started:

Dig This

Just like playing with trucks in the sandbox, but in life size. At Dig This you get to use real life Caterpillar bulldozers to push boulders around and dig trenches, or you can use an excavator to stack one-ton tires into pyramid formations. It’s a little pricey at $249 a person, but you get a certificate of completion in case you ever want to find work in the field.

KISS Monster Mini Golf

If you still feel like playing a few holes after the charity golf tournament, KISS Monster Mini Golf across from the Hard Rock Hotel on Paradise Road may be just the thing.The indoor course features eighteen glow-in-the-dark holes with cartoony, KISS-themed decor. The psychedelic vibe makes this course a one-of-a-kind mini-golfing experience.

Shoot a Real Life Tommy Gun

Vegas’ mob history is anything but a secret, and at the Gun Store you can actually live out your Goodfellas and Scarface fantasies and fire real machine guns. Prices vary depending on the weapon you want to play with. This is a fun choice for anyone who’s ever wanted to fire off a few rounds without the steep price and potential danger that come with gun ownership.

Zombie Apocalypse Store

What do you do when you have a whole bunch of survivalist equipment laying around but you want your shop to be more fun than some army surplus shop? You start the Zombie Apocalypse Store, where you can buy survival goods intended to help you survive even the most trying undead uprisings!

Dinner in the Sky

At Dinner in the Sky, you strap yourself in and have a delicious meal while dangling from a crane over Las Vegas. There’s no better view in the city.

We look forward to seeing you at the Content Marketing Conference in Las Vegas at the Rio Suites May 12-14!