Dig This

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Las Vegas
United States
36° 8' 6.6948" N, 115° 10' 47.2188" W
General info: 

A unique opportunity to make your childhood’s dream come true and drive heavy-duty equipment and machinery – only in Las Vegas! Dig This offers you to drive massive bulldozers and excavators and to use them for fun purposes only. You can do whatever you like - dig trenches, build mounds and move 2,000-pound tires.

The machines might look mighty dangerous, but the staff of the Dig This assure you no accidents can happen. The skilled instructors will show you how to safely operate these powerful mechanic tools. But don’t worry, safety regulations certainly won’t take a toll on the amount of fun.

Getting there: 

The starting point of the Dig This experience is 3012 South Rancho Drive Las Vegas, Nevada, which is close to the Palace Station Hotel on the Strip.


The basic package costs $249 and it lasts 1.5-hour. The package named the Mega Dig Experience costs $448.99 and includes a 3-hour excavator and bulldozer experience.

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