Downtown Las Vegas
Downtown Las Vegas
Downtown Las Vegas

Downtown Las Vegas Tours and Tickets

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Downtown Las Vegas thrived as the city’s gambling district until the 1980s when new resorts and casinos pulled the crowds away from the area toward the Strip, the city’s main thoroughfare today. After a period of neglect, Downtown has seen revitalization over the past few years, transforming it into a Las Vegas cultural and entertainment hub in its own right.

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Lisa_H, Nov 2023
An amazing experience
The whole experience was amazing .. was kept informed at all times up to the pick up.. the drivers were very lovely.. the information was very good on the safety aspect . Then the flight over the strip was amazing
Glen_m, Nov 2023
Lovely
It was my wife’s first time flying in a helicopter - AND first time in Vegas for both of us. We were in the back which made it difficult to see and video a whole lot. Other than that, it was professionally run and I never felt our safety was compromised. Thank you for giving her a great experience.
Dianna_R, Sep 2023
Great anniversary gift
I surpised my wife for our wedding anniversary with this tour. We had a great instructor to explain safety to us. The pilot for our helicopter was amazing as well. He was friendly and fun. I’m typically not someone who would do this due to my fear of heights, however, it was worth the temporary anxiety lol to see Las Vegas at night.
wendy_n, Sep 2023
A nice thing to do in Vegas
The experience was really enjoyable, the staff were great and safety briefing given. The photographs were very expensive on top of the overall cost however and you didn't even get an electronic copy. Other than that, very enjoyable
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Q:Is Downtown Vegas walkable?
A:Yes, downtown Las Vegas is a great place to walk around—there are walking tours of downtown that cover attractions like Fremont Street, the Downtown Container Park, and historic casinos. If you want to cover more ground, options include bike rentals, the free Downtown Loop shuttle service, and taxis and rideshares.
Q:Is visiting Downtown Las Vegas worth it?
A:Yes, it’s worth visiting downtown Las Vegas—the area is now home to some of the city’s top attractions, including the Fremont Street Experience, Arts District, and Neon Museum. Historic casinos like the Golden Nugget and El Cortez also make downtown a great place for vintage Las Vegas gambling and partying.
Q:When is the best time of day to visit Downtown Las Vegas?
A:Downtown Las Vegas is a destination day or night. Daytime is great for all-ages exploring, whether you’re visiting the Neon Museum or browsing the Downtown Container Park. Night kicks off light shows at the Fremont Street Experience, and the scene heats up in the neighborhood’s bars, casinos, and dance clubs.
Q:What do you see in Downtown Las Vegas?
A:You’ll find classic Las Vegas glitz at the Fremont Street Experience, a one-stop destination for light shows, historic casinos, and free nightly musical performances. Other downtown Las Vegas attractions include the Neon Museum, Container Park for shopping and dining, and the Arts District for its galleries—there’s also the Mob Museum.
Q:Is Downtown Las Vegas accessible?
A:Yes, downtown Las Vegas is an accessible destination. Its Fremont Street Experience is among the most wheelchair-friendly places in Las Vegas, with accessible casinos, shows, and even a wheelchair-accessible zipline. The free Downtown Loop shuttle bus linking top neighborhood attractions—including the Arts District, casinos, and Brewery Row—can accommodate wheelchairs.
Q:Should you visit Downtown Las Vegas at night?
A:Yes, visiting downtown Las Vegas at night is perfect for music, gaming, and sound-and-light shows on the LED-lit canopy over Fremont Street Experience. Evening is also perfect for exploring craft beers on Brewery Row, or heading to the Neon Museum to see stylish vintage signs glowing in the outdoor boneyard.