Fremont Street Experience
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- 98%Local Culture
- 95%Budget Travelers
- 88%Nightlife Lovers
- 74%Family Travelers
- 70%Adventure Travelers
- 67%Art & Design Lovers
- 60%Outdoor Enthusiasts
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- Fremont Street ExperienceCommunity ManagerMember ofGreen TravelersLocal CultureOutdoor Enthusiasts+ 8Apr 01, 2014
What a fun and lively street this is! Fremont Street should definitely be a place to check out outside of the Vegas strip. Lots of stages with entertainment, street performers, drawing/painting, and more.Recommended for:
- Fremont Street ExperienceMember ofGreen TravelersLocal CultureOutdoor Enthusiasts+ 11Oct 31, 2013
The "original" casino street of Vegas, once known as the Glitter Gulch for all of its neon signs, got a makeover in the mid-1990s and is now a pedestrian corridor with plenty of local culture, a popular sound and light show on the canopy ceiling, and affordable drinks and souvenirs.Recommended for:
- Fremont Street ExperienceMember ofGreen TravelersWellnessStudentsAdventure TravelersFirst to ReviewOct 19, 2013
If you make your way to dirty ol' downtown Las Vegas to check out the zany light-and-sound show called the Fremont Street Experience, then you've got to take this zipline down the canopy that arches of the street. You can fly right by all the casino neon while the drunken crowds gawk from below. After dark it's a bit more expensive ($15, as opposed to $10 during the day), but totally more fun.Recommended for:
- Fremont Street ExperienceMember ofGreen TravelersLocal CultureOutdoor Enthusiasts+ 2Nov 06, 2013
I have seen the Fremont Street lightshow many years ago when it first open and I honestly don't remember it being this commercialized. The content of the show varies. They were doing a tribute to the classic rock icons and the songs were good. The visuals, unfortunately, were sadly repetitive and unappealing. I still like their abstract and fictional shows better. Do check the schedule before you come if there are something in particular you want to see.Recommended for:
- Fremont Street ExperienceMember ofGreen TravelersLocal CultureBudget Travelers+ 2Sep 17, 2013
What's not to like? It's NEON Vegas at its finest. Glitz, glamour of the golden years of Las Vegas remains on Fremont Street. The Fremont Street experience is blocks of hotels, bars, shops, restaurants, street performers, and experiences. You can even zip-line down the street! Check out the Mob Museum and learn about Las Vegas history. Go gamble at the Four Queens or Golden Nugget. Drinks in this area are super cheap if you pay for them. Gamble and your drinks are comped. The city is your oyster for the evening and go have some fun.
- Fremont Street ExperienceMember ofLocal CultureOutdoor EnthusiastsBudget Travelers+ 5May 17, 2014
It was nice to see the old Vegas strip. There are far more locals than tourists. It's definitely an experience. But, if you are more comfortable around tourists....stay in the strip.Recommended for:
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- Fremont Street ExperienceMember ofLocal CultureOutdoor EnthusiastsBudget Travelers+ 3Apr 06, 2014
I remember when I could drive down this street now it just walk down the street but adding this item made it better something you just got to experience yourself. Park at the 4 Queens for the best location is at the 4 Queens and Golden Nugget location. Disability Access is provide. Check the Fremont Street Experience website for the times and what is showing.Recommended for:
- Fremont Street ExperienceMember ofLocal CultureBudget TravelersFoodies+ 4Apr 02, 2014
This is definite worth to visit, unlike the strip. Everything cheaper here and you had better odds of winning in the casino. There's a lot of street performer here just aware you won't find fine dining here.Recommended for:
- Fremont Street ExperienceMember ofBusiness TravelersFoodiesLuxury TravelersMar 09, 2014
Ok James Bond fans. This is the street where James Bond (Sean Connery) and Tiffany Case (Jill St. John) engaged in a wild car chase, ending with the 1970's Ford on its two side wheels. The street itself is now closed to traffic and many of the Las Vegas Classics such as The Mint are gone. However there are several casinos that are still there. Of note is The Golden Gate, the oldest hotel/casino still in existence. Binion's founded by legendary poker player and erstwhile gangster Benny Binion. The Plaza at the end of the of Fremont street, although it seems to under construction in the film. See if you can walk the car chase. Also if you follow me (Jay Amernick) on Social Cam I have a James Bond Diamonds Are Forever Video Location Guide where I take you move by move thru the car chase! Live it up you are in Las Vegas for cryin’ out loud!
- Fremont Street ExperienceMember ofLocal CultureOutdoor EnthusiastsBudget Travelers+ 2Jan 03, 2014
A musical LED and light show shown every hour on the hour after dark. Rock out, sip on a beverage and look up towards the sky. The show can be seen from anywhere along the covered part or tunnel around Fremont Street.
Caution: Watch your belongings and be aware of suspicious folks that may try to steal your winnings.Recommended for:
- Fremont Street ExperienceDec 25, 2013
My mother takes a photo of dudes looking like kiss on Fremont with there faces covered and old St. Nick himself runs her down demanding money.. It was fun over all but the frighten look on moms face put a end to the night for me!! Watch what you take a pic of THEY MAY COME AFTER YOU!!! NOT SAFE!!Recommended for: