I visited Las Vegas a few times, as an adult. I will be staying a day or two in the city with my underage children and would like to show them casinos (which they know from movies).
I know that gambling in the US is for people aged 21+ and that children are not allowed at gambling sites.
On the other hand, it is apparently OK for them to cross a casino, they just have to move.
I do not know whether the intent is to protect their innocent souls (in which case we would be moving very slowly between the tables and they could let us do that, as we are not technically "staying"), or to not disturb the players (in which case we will probably not be allowed to go between tables, but rather though the main path).
My practical questions are:
- is it possible to slowly walk between the tables with the children?
- or is it just a fast paced walk though the main hall?