The Fremont Street Experience chronicles the legendary history of Fremont Street in downtown Las Vegas. Believe it or not, the setting is fairly awe-inspiring. Spanning four entire city-blocks, the Fremont Street Experience is a massive outdoor mall built inside of a barrel vault canopy. Featuring concerts, lights shows, and multiple casinos, it is one of downtown’s biggest attractions.
Fremont Street housed the first casino in Las Vegas, and you could say that the Fremont Street Experience changed and illuminated Vegas in the same ways that the original did.
The Fremont Street Experience offers free concerts and live entertainment, with multiple show performances each day. Ten different casinos have games and tables inside of the Fremont Street Experience, so you can get an idea of what they are all about. The famous canopy is now lit up by an LED Screen, projecting thousands of different color combinations and images all day long.
This tour is a great introduction to Las Vegas. Our small group of ten had a great time withTiffany. She told us the history of Vegas and took us to all parts of the city. We really enjoyed Fremont Street. She even took time to let my husband get some chips at the Venetian and Pallazzo. I highly recommend this tour for first-time visitors.
This is a marvelous bargain for the people who like to do lots of things in Vegas besides gambling. We went to places and enjoyed things that we probably would not have done without the pass. Every venue was great and we more than got our money's worth. LOVED Fremont Street and also the Secret Garden Tour. The Power Pass is a wonderful idea that gives you a taste of all that is nicest about Vegas. Very much worth the price!
Ideally this trip should be taken at the beginning of your holiday something we couldn't do due to our schedule. The bus picked at the rear of Bally's give yourself plenty of time to get there as everywhere is further away than you think. They have to leave on time as the trip is based on the timings of the "events" at the hotels we saw all the obvious ones which was great and we went in some hotels and was given a bit of history and insight into each of them. The guide called Ali was lovely and very informative she explained to us the relevance of Steve Wynn to the strip as we see it today which was interesting. We went in the Golden Nugget which to be honest i have never given it much thought but was really impressed. Really enjoyed Fremont Street too. The trip is suitable for children. Thanks for a lovely Evening Ali.
The Fremont Street Experience is located in the heart of downtown Las Vegas. A part of old-school Las Vegas, it is in between Las Vegas Blvd. and Eighth Street, and provides more of a local flair to the strip.