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Fremont Street Experience Introduction

Watch dazzling light shows on the world's largest video screen at the Fremont Street Experience in historic Downtown Las Vegas. Spread over 5 blocks, the Fremont Street entertainment district dates from 1905 and is home to the original Las Vegas casino scene. Now a dazzling 24-hour mall and entertainment center, it's best known for its huge LED canopy and hourly light show. It offers dozens of restaurants, bars, and old-school casinos like the Golden Nugget. It's a popular alternative to staying on the Las Vegas Strip and a must-see attraction in Nevada's desert playground.

Hotels near Fremont Street Experience

There's a real variety of accommodation around the Fremont Street Experience, from basic motels to glitzy high-rise hotels. It's also home to some iconic old-school casino hotels. Most mid-range to high-end properties will have a casino on-site, plus cabaret bars, restaurants, and concierge services. Downtown's budget options include backpacker hostels, simple motels, and roadside inns. Las Vegas is a year-round tourist destination, though the busiest times like Christmas and New Year, St. Patrick's Day, and July 4th always attract premium hotel rates. You'll find cheaper deals in July and August, when temperatures can sizzle to over 100 degrees.

Where to stay near Fremont Street Experience

The Fremont Street Experience is in Downtown Las Vegas, the city's original gambling district and historic center. This area offers a vintage experience with historical lodging and classic casino hotels like the Golden Nugget. In addition to cultural centers and government insitutions, there's the Downtown Container Park. This quirky mall built from shipping containers features independent boutiques, galleries, and hip bars and restaurants. South of Downtown is South Las Vegas Boulevard offering kitschy wedding chapels. Further south still is the Las Vegas Strip, which is famously home to big-name hotels like the Bellagio, Caesars Palace, and New York, New York.

Things to see near Fremont Street Experience

Learn about the history of organized crime at the Mob Museum on Stewart Avenue, a 6-minute walk from Fremont Street. Or see vintage casino signs at the Neon Museum, a mile from the Fremont Street Experience. Downtown is 2.8 miles from the Stratosphere, a tall observation tower and hotel, where the main drag of The Strip starts. Visit the world's highest ferris wheel, the 550-foot-tall High Roller, which is 5.2 miles south, or escape the city for the day by venturing 20 miles west of Downtown to Red Rock Canyon, which has hiking trails with scenic desert and city views.

How to get to Fremont Street Experience

The Fremont Street Experience is convenient to reach from all areas of Las Vegas. It's 2 blocks from I-515 and I-15, and 6.7 miles from McCarran International Airport. If you're arriving by bus or train, Fremont Street is a 5-minute walk from both the Las Vegas Amtrak station and the Greyhound stop on South Main Street. Getting around Las Vegas is easy. There's a 24-hour bus service, as well as taxis and shuttles. There's also the Las Vegas Monorail, which travels between Sahara Avenue and the MGM Grand on The Strip. Parking is plentiful and most hotels offer free valet service.