Fremont Street Experience
Fremont Street Experience
Fremont Street Experience

Fremont Street Experience Tours and Tickets

6,547 reviews
Free admission

Spanning four city blocks, the Fremont Street Experience is a massive outdoor mall and the site of Las Vegas’ very first freestanding casino building. Today, it hosts 10 different casinos with games and tables, plenty of restaurants, and free concerts and other live entertainment, with multiple performances staged each day. It’s also notable for its famous Viva Vision canopy, which projects thousands of different color combinations and images overhead.

  • Open 24 hours daily
  • 425 E. Fremont St., Las Vegas, Nevada, 89101

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Guadalupe_R, Nov 2023
Kelly- Outstanding Guide
Our guide Kelly did an incredible job. He cared about our safety. He was patient, very informative including historical and fun facts. Highly recommend Kelly as a guide!
Sharon_C, Nov 2023
The tour was excellent,...
The tour was excellent, we had a fabulous time ! The tour guide Shaun was very knowledgeable and pleasant!!👍🏾👍🏾🥰🥰🥰
David_L, Nov 2023
Fremont Street a must see
Kelley our guide was fantastic. He effectively explained the history of downtown LV up to the recent renovations. It was encouraging to hear about and see the successful come back of a famous city downtown.
Jaci_H, Oct 2023
Great experience!
Loved getting to learn the history of downtown and see all of the highlights as we would have never known what to look for doing it on our own. Our tour guide was the owner, Jordan, which put an extra nice touch on it!
Frequently Asked Questions
Q:What are Fremont Street Experience hours of operation?
Fremont Street Experience hours of operation: Open 24 hours daily. Buy tickets in advance on Viator. If you book with Viator, you can cancel at least 24 hours before the start date of your tour for a full refund.
People Also Ask
Q:Is Fremont Street worth a visit?
A:Yes, it’s worth visiting Fremont Street. It’s a major downtown Las Vegas attraction that packs tons of activities into its 6-block stretch, including many free things to do. Visitors will find slot machines, card games, street musicians, light shows, towering video screens, and free nightly performances on three stages.
Q:How long should you spend on Fremont Street?
A:You could spend hours on Fremont Street, especially if you’re gambling or dining out. Light and music play 24 hours a day in the 4-block section called the Fremont Street Experience—there’s lots to see, so guided tours of Fremont Street and the surrounding area generally take at least two hours.
Q:How do you dress on Fremont Street?
A:Visitors to Fremont Street don everything from shorts and sandals to glittering party attire. It’s generally a bit more dressed-down than the Las Vegas Strip—especially in the day—but some bars and clubs do have dress codes. To get in the door, skip the work clothes, beach wear, and casual sandals.
Q:Can you walk around with alcohol in Fremont Street?
A:Yes, you can walk around with alcohol on Fremont Street—but there are some rules to know. Alcohol is only allowed if you’ve purchased it on Fremont Street itself, and it must be in a plastic container. There’s no drinking alcohol from cans and bottles on the street in Las Vegas.
Q:What happens on Fremont Street at night?
A:Music, performances, and gambling turn Fremont Street into an open-air party at night. Nightly free performances take place on three stages, plus hourly shows on a vaulted canopy of LED lights. Night is also a great time to see the neon that earned Fremont Street its nickname of Glitter Gulch.
Q:How long is the Fremont Experience show?
A:The Viva Vision Light Show at the Fremont Street Experience lasts between six and eight minutes. It kicks off hourly starting from the evening until the early morning, and pairs music with visuals on the 4-block-long overhead canopy. With 49 million LED bulbs, it's the world’s single largest digital display.