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Las Vegas: Open-Top Panoramic Night Tour with Live Guide

1. Las Vegas: Open-Top Panoramic Night Tour with Live Guide

Climb aboard an open-top double-decker bus for a night tour of Las Vegas. Experience the neon lights and electric buzz of “Sin City” after dark. See iconic sights like the 'Welcome to Las Vegas' sign, 'The Strat,' and the Excalibur Hotel. Drive down the Las Vegas Strip, and see dancing fountains and erupting volcanoes. Pass the “Welcome to Fabulous Las Vegas” sign at the gateway to the city, and continue downtown to the Golden Nugget. Here, take in the incredible Fremont Street Experience as you leave the bus for free time to explore the famous Fremont sound and light show. Check out the artists' kiosks and admire the costumed entertainers. Return to the bus and drive back to the Las Vegas Strip. Add on a 24-hour hop-on and hop-off bus ticket to your night tour and experience Las Vegas at your own pace. Enjoy extraordinary shopping opportunities and themed resorts, including monuments that evoke the romance of Venice, Paris, and New York. You will get access to the Las Vegas Strip/Downtown Route, with unlimited hop-on and hop-off privileges at multiple stops along the Las Vegas Strip and Downtown Vegas. Las Vegas Strip/Downtown Route:1. American Eagle Store at the MGM Grand west wing tour lobby 2. LINQ Promenade at The High Roller bus loading zone 3. Sahara Las Vegas LV Blvd entrance4. Arts and Antique District in front of Re-Bar 5. Mob Museum east of the main entrance6. The Strat on corner LV Blvd and Bob Stupak Ave 7. Treasure Island tour bus loading zone 8. Excalibur Hotel at the tour bus rotunda 9. Welcome to Las Vegas Sign in the Harley Davidson parking lot

Las Vegas: Downtown Vegas and Fremont Street Walking Tour

2. Las Vegas: Downtown Vegas and Fremont Street Walking Tour

Dig into Las Vegas' past or present on this downtown walking tour of the city. Follow your guide around Fremont Street, stop by a container park, see famous casinos along the Vegas strip, learn of infamous mobsters, and savor a local snack or drink. Start your tour outside Downtown Container Park, a square of stacked shipping containers housing a variety of small businesses, plus a jaw-dropping 3-story playground. Witness the changing downtown scene as your guide points out their favorite spots to eat, drink, and shop. Then, head out onto Fremont Street towards the bustling downtown area and see how Vegas maintains both the old and new. Along the way, notice numerous restored vintage signs symbolizing the city's past, something you should revisit once the sun goes down to see them lit up in all their grandeur. Move on to one of the oldest casino-hotels in Las Vegas which was home to one of the most notorious mob members of his time, Benjamin "Bugsy" Siegel. Learn how he was not just a mobster from the early 1900s, but a pivotal part of the development of Las Vegas. You may already be familiar with fictionalized versions of Bugsy and his contemporaries from the film "The Godfather". If you're interested in stories about organized crime here and throughout the United States, there's plenty more where that came from. Next, get ready for the real showstopper of the tour — the world's largest LED video screen showing trance-inducing displays both day and night. Underneath the kaleidoscopic canopy of the Fremont Street Experience, performers dance, sing, and entertain in ways you might not ever have imagined. It may be hard to tear yourself away from the captivating light show, but the tour continues along the main drag, passing by (and, if possible, popping inside) a few other significant casino-hotels. Some of these locales have been mob-connected, while others are famed for their food. As you explore the downtown streets, get your guide's recommendations on the best bars and eateries to check out during your stay. Finally, treat yourself to a refreshing drink or snack in the heart of downtown Las Vegas, from where you can continue watching the Fremont Street Experience.

Las Vegas: Fremont Street Walking Tour

3. Las Vegas: Fremont Street Walking Tour

Explore Downtown Las Vegas and its Fremont Street Experience on a 2-hour walking tour. Discover how the area was revitalized to become a vibrant site of restaurants, outdoor family areas, and glittering neon lights. Experience “Sin City” like never before as you stroll past famous casinos, wedding chapels, and themed bars. Follow in the footsteps of legendary performers and infamous reality TV stars as you walk from the past to the present. Hear stories of how this magical city got its start, and how Fremont Street became one of the most pictured thoroughfares in the world. Discover where it all began at the site of Union Station. Take a walk under the world’s largest video screen, and go to Fremont East to see the “Greenwich Village” of Vegas. Marvel at an outdoor park made from recycled shipping containers. Add on an additional 30-minute tour of the world famous Gold & Silver Pawn Shop, and pass some of the historic wedding chapels where you can get married by Presley, or dressed as Elvis if you so desire (though not on the tour!) Each tour is limited to a small group for a more intimate experience. You will also be provided with a wireless ear-monitor and volume control to ensure you hear every word along the way.

Las Vegas: 2-Hour Guided Segway Tour

4. Las Vegas: 2-Hour Guided Segway Tour

A tour perfect for beginners which includes the history of the “old” Fremont Street area, with stories of the “original” strip. You can see where the casinos started in Las Vegas, see where the World Series of Poker began, as well as where Wayne Newton got his Vegas start. You will also be able to check out the world’s largest intact gold nugget. Your tour will also roll through Pawn Stars, The famous History Channel T.V. show, as well as Container Park, a very unique area where everything is made from shipping containers. You will experience different shops and eateries, try a sample of some of the best jerky in Vegas and check out the giant “praying mantis” that use to be a part of Burning Man Later on in the tour, you will discover how Fremont Street is being brought back to life through the arts and music programs, where artist from all over the world have come out to paint these beautiful murals on some of the older buildings in the city.

Las Vegas: The 420 Experience Cannabis Tour

5. Las Vegas: The 420 Experience Cannabis Tour

Explore Las Vegas's relationship with the legal cannabis industry on this tour. Start with a visit to a high-end dispensary, favored by locals for its wide variety of cannabis products. Discover everything from edibles and flowers to concentrates and CBD. Afterwards, visit a grow facility famous for creating iconic cannabis brands. Here, get up close and personal with the cultivation process and learn firsthand how cannabis is grown for sale and consumption. Come with questions for the master grower who oversees the entire production. Next, head to a glass blowing manufacturer to admire some beautiful glass creations.

Las Vegas: Bright Lights City Tour with High Roller Ticket

6. Las Vegas: Bright Lights City Tour with High Roller Ticket

Join a Las Vegas tour experience you’ll be talking about for years. Expert tour guides bring Vegas to life from whistle-stop town to the gaming and entertainment capital of the world. Discover a different perspective of Las Vegas– its beauty, history, and future. The tour starts at the iconic “Welcome to Fabulous Las Vegas” sign seen in movies for decades. Then we cruise the Las Vegas Strip with its unrivaled hotels and casinos, of which many stand as architectural wonders. Drive by the Gold & Silver Pawn Shop, whose celebrity owners can be seen on the History Channel’s “Pawn Stars” show. Experience the epic volcano show at The Mirage and stop to see the famous Bellagio Fountains. Keep your eyes peeled as you cruise Wedding Chapel Row; you’ll undoubtedly see couples celebrating their big day. Las Vegas’ numerous wedding chapels are notorious for off-the-wall ceremonies. here are many reasons Las Vegas is the Marriage Capital of the World, and your guide will have any answers to your questions.  Finally, you’ll take in the iconic Las Vegas strip from above with a ride on the High Roller observation wheel. Located in the center of the Las Vegas Strip, the High Roller is the focal point of Linq Promenade, a lively area featuring bars, shops, and restaurants. It's a sight that can't be missed. Marvel at panoramic views of the Strip, the valley, and the mountains while on your 30-minute experience.

Las Vegas: 90-Minute Guided Evening Segway Tour of Downtown

7. Las Vegas: 90-Minute Guided Evening Segway Tour of Downtown

This tour is perfect for beginners and starts as the sun is setting. See some of the oldest and brightest neon lights come alive around the Fremont St./Downtown area. You'll also get to stop at the Fremont Street Experience to see the famous light and music show. While gliding under the bright lights of this historic city you will learn about what made Las Vegas famous, from the first casino in Las Vegas to where the World Series of Poker started, and let's not forget the little wedding chapels. Fremont Street East is the up and coming area and as you glide your way through, you will see what the nightlife offers. Discover all types of restaurants, pubs, even a hidden “speak-easy” bar. On this tour, you'll also get to stop at Container Park and the “Praying Mantis”.

Las Vegas: Guided Fremont Street Segway Tour

8. Las Vegas: Guided Fremont Street Segway Tour

Take a Segway tour of Fremont Street to see the place that is home to some of Las Vegas’s oldest casinos. Ride down the famous street, and admire the sights along the way. Meet your guide for a safety briefing and a short training session. Glide north through the Las Vegas Arts District and learn about the history and culture of the downtown area. Circle the Fremont Street Experience and discover fun facts about the oldest casinos in town. Pass Las Vegas City Hall and take a selfie in the center of Fremont Street. See where the Union Pacific used to stop, and check out where the World Series of Poker started. Learn about famous scenes from movies shot in the area, see where Wayne Newton got his Las Vegas start, and more.

Las Vegas Downtown Pop Culture Walking Tour

9. Las Vegas Downtown Pop Culture Walking Tour

Explore historic Downtown Las Vegas with this 90-minute guided walking tour through some of Las Vegas' most iconic locations. Meet up at the Mob Museum and spend the morning with your knowledgeable guide as you trace the history of this enigmatic city following in the footsteps of legends and innovative culture builders. Trek through 10 blocks of living history on the famed Fremont Street, the place where it all began, to learn how Las Vegas transformed from a small western railroad town in the middle of the Mojave Desert into the great mega resort entertainment metropolis of today. Step into Glitter Gulch and marvel at the most expansive collection of historic neon signs that still exist on the planet - from the Googie inspired Binion's Gambling Hall sign with its 8 miles of neon to the legendary cowboy character known as Vegas Vic. Discover Fremont Street as a lively 5-block long pedestrian mall topped by the largest electronic video screen in the world called the Fremont Street Experience, an electric urban environment that's become known as the great performance street of America. See where Frank Sinatra once performed, the casino once owned by infamous mobster Bugsy Siegel, the first ever pawn shop in Vegas, the birthplace of the World Series of Poker, the bar that inspired the movie Coyote Ugly, and the casino hotel made famous in Back to the Future. Enjoy hidden gems off the beaten track like the billiard table that once belonged to Winston Churchill, a slab of the Berlin Wall ensconced in the Men's Rest Room of a hotel, and the charming 1930s hotel that hosts the city's first elevator. Finally, journey into Downtown's newest neighborhood, an entrepreneur arts district with eclectic restaurants, cool bars, interesting shops, expansive murals and a host of festivals annually. After checking out the famed Praying Mantis fire sculpture at Container Park, the tour concludes with a complimentary cocktail or beverage at the legendary El Cortez Hotel of Bugsy Siegel fame with a toast to Las Vegas and a salute to the adventure of travel.

Las Vegas: Fremont Street Bar Crawl with Drink Specials

10. Las Vegas: Fremont Street Bar Crawl with Drink Specials

Let your free spirit shine on an all-night Las Vegas bar crawl with plenty of exclusive drink specials. Live it up downtown on Fremont Street and check in with your special wristband to multiple venues on the night with VIP entry. Meet your lively party host at the starting venue for the night and look out for their blue uniform– you can't miss it. Get ready to accessorize with your wristband and show it off inside the bar for your first exclusive drink. Find your groove and get pumped for the rest of the night, moving on to the next venue as your host leads you from bar to bar. Don't worry about waiting outside! Skip all the queues to get straight to the action. On Tuesdays and Thursdays, you can also choose to ride in a party bus that'll take you from Downtown Las Vegas to the Las Vegas Strip. Experience the true partying spirit of Las Vegas and stay as long as you want in the last club. See the night out in style with your newfound friends and keep dancing until closing time.

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What people are saying about Fremont Street

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4.4 / 5

based on 1,088 reviews

Nice experience there, the guide was so amazing and made me and others tourist so happy. We enjoyed too much vsisiting many different famous places. The weather was too hot, but it’s not something that someone can control, but the experience with them where excellent

The ride was amazing. Loved our tour guide and the info given was great!!! We had so much fun, enjoyed the time spent at Fremont, all was smooth and well put together! Will def recommend!!!

It was an excellent ride and the staff were welcoming as well as nicely behaved.

very easy to see on the bus. Great tour of the strip and fremont street.

Loved the tour guide!!! Very knowledgeable about Vegas!!!