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Fremont Street Experience -
Fremont Street Experience, a six-block entertainment district located in historic downtown Las Vegas, is an open-air promenade of gaming, dining, entertainment, and shopping. Fremont Street Experience offers free live entertainment on three stages 365 days per year and features Viva Vision, the world's largest single video screen – 1,500 feet long, 90 feet wide and suspended 90 feet above the urban pedestrian mall. The one-of-a-kind venue is also home to SlotZilla, a unique zipline attraction featuring an 850-foot Zipline and 1,750-foot Zoomline, taking riders from a 12-story slot-machine-themed platform to fly under the iconic Viva Vision canopy.
Custom messaging on the Viva Vision Screen is also available.
Please contact 702-678-5707 for details.
Downtown Arts District
The Las Vegas Arts District, which straddles West Charleston, is the city's home to art-related galleries, studios, boutiques, stores, bars, restaurants and other venues. Monthly first Friday events bring tens of thousands of visitors to the district.
Neon Museum
The Neon Museum originated as the "neon boneyard," a fenced-in yard where many of the Strip's neon signs were stored after being removed from casinos that were either renovated or imploded. On a guided tour, visitors can learn about the trends in sign design and technology, which played a huge part in Vegas history.
The Smith Center
When The Smith Center for the Performing Arts opened in March 2012, it marked the culmination of a nearly 20-year endeavor to provide Southern Nevada with a world-class performing arts center. Presenting the very best of music, theater and dance, The Smith Center has placed arts and culture in Southern Nevada on an international stage, wholly separate from the entertainment of the Las Vegas Strip.
The Mob Museum
The Mob Museum is a nonprofit organization with a mission to advance the public understanding of organized crime's history and impact on American society. Explore the real stories and actual events of Mob history through interactive exhibits and one-of-a-kind Mob and law enforcement artifacts found inside the restored 1933 former courthouse and post office building, located just minutes from Fremont Street.