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In the center of the city, Fremont Street is a five-block pedestrian zone where vintage Vegas meets modern technology. Set against some of Sin City’s classic neon signs, you’ll find live bands, roaming street performers and a captivating light show.
The first street in the city to be paved, Fremont was a beacon for visitors in the 1950s, with famous casinos like the Eldorado Club, the Golden Nugget and the Pioneer Club. The Northern Club, at 15 E. Fremont St, was the first to obtain a Nevada gaming license in 1931, the same year in which the first traffic light in Las Vegas was installed. Fremont Street has also had its share of Hollywood film credits. It was the backdrop for the 1964 Elvis movie “Viva Las Vegas” and the 1971 flick “James Bond: Diamonds are Forever.”
Today, the area’s biggest calling card is its nightly six-minute Viva Vision light show, which is timed perfectly to music and draws tourists by the hundreds. Displayed overhead on a 90-foot-high (27-meter-high) steel canopy the length of five football fields, the light show uses state-of-the-art LED technology and more than 12.5 million light bulbs. Pumped up by 550,000 watts of surround sound, the evening laser and lights shows are themed around annual events. The most popular show, Lucky Vegas, pays tribute to the city’s icons and history.
The Fremont Street Experience also includes live entertainment, such as performances from tribute bands and roaming street performers dressed up as celebrities. After dark, dozens of street vendors join the surrounding casinos, shops and restaurants to give the mall a lively, festival vibe.
For a little more history, wander east to the Neon Museum, where a collection of the street’s vintage neon signs from casinos, hotels and loan businesses are on display. The Fremont East District, lies adjacent to this area and offers even more entertainment.
The Freemont Street Experience is accessible by taxi, bus or “trolley,” a bus that travels between the Strip and downtown. There’s also parking available at the Freemont Experience Parking Plaza, at 4th Street and Carson, where you can leave your car for free for up to five hours.
Located in Downtown Las Vegas, this hotel is steps away from Four Queens Casino and The D Casino Hotel. Fremont Street Experience and Mob Museum are also within 10 minutes.
Located in Downtown Las Vegas, this spa resort is within 1 mi (2 km) of Fremont Street Experience and Las Vegas North Premium Outlets. Las Vegas Convention Center and Fashion Show Mall are also within 6 mi (10 km).
Located in Downtown Las Vegas, this hotel is within a 10-minute walk of The D Casino Hotel and Mob Museum. Smith Center for the Performing Arts and Las Vegas North Premium Outlets are also within 1 mi (2 km).
Located in Downtown Las Vegas, this hotel is steps away from Mob Museum and The D Casino Hotel. Four Queens Casino and Fremont Street Experience are also within 5 minutes.
Located in Las Vegas Strip, this spa hotel is within a 15-minute walk of SLS Las Vegas Casino, Casino at Circus Circus and Chapel of the Flowers. Las Vegas Convention Center and Little White Wedding Chapel are also within 1 mile (2 km). SAHARA Las Vegas Monorail Station is 6 minutes by foot and Westgate Las Vegas Monorail Station is 14 minutes.
Located in Downtown Las Vegas, this hotel is within a 5-minute walk of Fremont Street Experience and The D Casino Hotel. Four Queens Casino and Mob Museum are also within 10 minutes.
Located in Downtown Las Vegas, this hotel is within a 5-minute walk of Four Queens Casino and The D Casino Hotel. Fremont Street Experience and Mob Museum are also within 10 minutes.
Located in Downtown Las Vegas, this boutique hotel is within a 5-minute walk of Las Vegas City Hall, Fremont Street Experience, and Mob Museum. Four Queens Casino and The D Casino Hotel are also within 5 minutes.