Las Vegas is not all fab and glamor. At times, you can enjoy Las Vegas for free. Here is a rundown of the things you can do in the glamorous Las Vegas for free.

Eat Chocolates for free in Las Vegas

You can visit the local chocolatier Ethel M, which is located in one of the largest botanical cactus gardens in the world. You can take factory tours with free samples after a stroll of the unusual gardens. In November, they adorn the cactus with half-million-holiday lights that last until New Year's Day. In addition, you can visit M&M's World. It is four-floor chocolate fans haven, with a free 3-D movie starring Red and Yellow.

Across the street, Hershey's Chocolate World has opened in New York-New York. The place is a two-story flagship that features an 800-pound chocolate Statue of Liberty. These places are free to enter, but you likely will not get out without a purchase for a chocolate fan, you must have a tremendous will power.

Join the Circus For Free In Las Vegas

Actually, you cannot join Cirque du Soleil unless you can turn yourself into a performer or swing from dizzying heights aided only by limited pieces of silk. However, starting in late August, the KA Theatre in MGM Grand will be open to the public every Tuesday between 11 am and 11:30 a.m. You can enjoy the ultimate insider tour of the mechanics of this $165 million production for free. On weekends starting 7 p.m., you can join the Rio-like parade of dancers and acrobats in fabulous costumes that dance down the Rio's main course.

See Incredible Art for free in Las Vegas

There are unbelievable public artworks on the 67-acre CityCenter in Las Vegas, which include 15 works by artists such as Nancy Rubin, Claes Oldenburg and Coosje van Bruggen. You can also visit the Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas houses for some of the best free art around. There are the Wallworks, which are murals made by artists like Kenny Scharf and Shepard Fairey located on the concrete walls of the parking garage.