Must-See Attractions in Downtown Las Vegas


There’s so much to see and do in downtown Las Vegas that you could spend your whole vacation here and still not get to it all. So to help you out we’ve compiled a list of must-see attractions.


Built from repurposed shipping containers and locally manufactured Xtreme cubes, this open-air retail center located at 707 Fremont St. has something for everyone. Discover an eclectic mix of boutiques, sip on a cocktail from Bin 702 or Oak & Ivy, chow down at Big Ern’s BBQ or Cheffini’s, and catch live entertainment on the main stage. The kids will love the interactive playground featuring The Treehouse.


The Viva Vision video screen above Fremont Street boasts some impressive numbers: 1,500 feet long, 90 feet high, 12.5 million LED lamps and 550,000 watts of awesome sound. Each night the glimmering structure presents free light and music shows—and if you want an unforgettable perspective, soar through the air beneath it. SlotZilla, a 12-story, slot machine-inspired ride, offers zipline and zoomline experiences that guarantee the thrill of your life.


The Mob Museum

The Mob Museum


Curious about Al Capone, Lucky Luciano and Bugsy Siegel? Everything you ever wanted to know about organized crime and law enforcement is on display in a historic building at 300 Stewart Ave. Spread across three floors of the former federal courthouse and U.S. Post Office are more than 1,000 authentic artifacts including the brick wall from the 1929 St. Valentine’s Day Massacre in Chicago. Enjoy a comprehensive, interactive journey spanning the birth of the Mob right up to today’s headlines. Through mid-February, check out a Prohibition-era exhibition called “Ready to Roar” showcasing fashion and accessories from the 1920s and 1930s.


This unique attraction located at 770 Las Vegas Blvd. North preserves the signs of our times. Tour the two-acre Neon Boneyard—by day or night—and see the iconic neon signs that once graced the city’s casinos and various businesses. Also, explore the visitors’ center housed inside the former La Concha Motel lobby, an architectural marvel designed by Paul Revere Williams.

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