On this evening walking tour, see old Las Vegas in a new light as you check out downtown's hippest spots with an in-the-know guide. Walk along Fremont Street, lit up in all its neon glory, and admire the dazzling lights of the Fremont Street Experience. Stop by classic casinos such as the Golden Nugget, and hear about the city’s fascinating history and modern-day revitalization with projects like the Downtown Container Park. This tour is limited to 10 people to provide a small-group experience.
2-hour walking tour of downtown Las Vegas at night
Explore Fremont Street, aka Glitter Gulch, with a knowledgeable guide
Hear stories and fun facts about Vegas from past to present
Admire vintage Vegas sights like neon casino signs
Pass by the Fremont Street Experience
Visit Fremont East and the Downtown Container Park
Why Travelers Choose This Tour
This small-group tour promises a richer experience of Downtown with insider insight.
Our guide was waiting right on time and began the tour promptly. He filled us in on so much historical information about the beginnings of Vegas and ended the tour 2 hours later, giving out vouchers for various places we passed along the way. This was money well spent.
This is singularly the best tour - seriously. Our guide was full of knowledge and we left with a wonderful and comprehensive understanding of the history of Old Town from its beginnings to it gentrification today. Do it - you will not regret this tour.
This was just the best!! The history of the old Fremont area - the rail road, and the new and up and coming Fremont area! Highly recommend this - the downtown Las Vegas definitely has a different flavor then the new part. Definitely a must on your list of things to do!!
No trip to Las Vegas is complete without a visit to this end of town. It was far more interesting than I had expected and we will stay in this area on our next visit now that we have seen its hidden secrets. Our guide was fabulous, passionate about the district, and talented in imparting knowledge.
My wife and I booked this because it sounded interesting. Kelly, our guide, was exactly where he said he would be at the appointed time. He also had headsets and a mic so we could hear him talk as Freemont Street is noisy at night. It was really interesting seeing behind the veil of time on Freemont Street and learning the history of the buildings, people, and area. Although the tour was supposed to be 2 hours, it ended up being 2 1/2, and we enjoyed every minute of it. I would recommend this tour if you are interested in learning how Las Vegas began and developed pre-Strip, and beyond.