If you ever wondered what it was like to run a piece of heavy equipment go to Dig This. The instructors were out in the field with them the entire time. He had so much fun moving dirt and tires ...digging holes. There was a place for me to go out to the field so I could watch and video. Nicely organized and well thought out tasks for the Excavator.
You will be amazed how good you are in a few short minutes and you get to dig a hole, fill it in, move stuff around, you will not be disappointed. He was SO excited when I told him what he was doing. I really enjoyed myself and Highly recommend it for anyone.
I recommend it to anyone that has ever wanted to drive a earthmover.
This was absolutely amazing, best new fun place in the city. Skip the tables for a few hours, go to Dig This you will not regret it. They also called a cab for us when finished to run us back to our hotel on the strip. The instructors and all support employees were very professional and enthusiastic.
Begin with a safety briefing and some instruction from the expert staffers, then get outfitted for a neon yellow vest and hardhat.
Also, each guest must take a breathalyzer test to ensure they can operate the equipment safely and responsibly.
Tourists abound in Las Vegas, and during some seasons there can be more visitors than residents hitting the pavement.
Finally, take home a certificate of completion to show off to friends and family. Arrive at the Dig This headquarters in Las Vegas to begin this heavy machinery fantasy session.There is a constant influx of vacationers and businessmen and women.Finding fresh faces isn’t too hard, and chances are if they are visiting the city for fun, they love it as much as you do. For those who like people but aren’t too excited about gambling, it’s easy to get away from the strip and find something else to do.Mormons claimed it briefly in the mid-1850s, and after the turn of the century and the construction of Hoover Dam, the city boomed.Of course it is most famous for making gambling legal in the 1930s, and the rest, as they say, is history.