Things To Do

IN DOWNTOWN LAS VEGAS

The Best of Downtown Las Vegas

SO MUCH TO DO, SO LITTLE TIME

SlotZilla

This 12-story, slot machine-inspired zip line is one of the best things to do in Las Vegas. See the iconic lights under the Viva Vision canopy.

Viva Vision

The free Viva Vision light shows at Fremont Street Experience are a must-see in Las Vegas.

Live Music

Fremont Street Experience is the best place in Las Vegas to enjoy free live music.

Neon Museum

Take a stroll through Las Vegas history at this outdoor museum dedicated to saving and preserving vintage neon signs. The Neon Museum hosts guided tours through the Neon Boneyard, an incredible collection of retired neon signs, many of them from gone-but-not-forgotten downtown casinos.

Million Dollar Photo at Binion’s

Take a free photo with a million dollars cash at one of downtown’s iconic casinos, Binion’s. Photos are taken from 10:00 a.m. to 11:00 p.m. each day. This photo op is one of the best free things to do in downtown Las Vegas.

Rub Happy Buddha’s Belly

Everyone could use some luck in Las Vegas. Make sure to rub the Happy Buddha’s belly at The California Hotel & Casino. The statue can be found in the hotel’s registration area. By the way, coins left at the statue are collected and donated to charity. While you’re at The Cal, try the oxtail soup at Market Street Café. We hear it makes a great hangover cure.

World’s Largest Keno Board at The D

See your numbers as they’re drawn with this live feed of a classic Vegas casino game. The board shows live keno games as they unfold in the casino’s second floor keno lounge. Stop by The D Las Vegas to play.

Mob Museum

The Mob Museum, officially the National Museum of Organized Crime and Law Enforcement, is simply the best museum in the world. The stories, the artifacts, the interactive exhibits. Downtown’s Mob Museum a downtown Vegas must-do.

Sharpshooter Club at Fremont Casino

If you’re into craps, check out the Sharpshooter Club hall of fame at Fremont Casino in downtown Las Vegas. Plaques immortalize the names of players who have had hot rolls on the hotel’s craps tables. There’s another wall of plaques at the Fremont’s sister hotel, the nearby California Hotel & Casino. How serious is the Fremont about craps? It’s the only casino we know of that has a roll counter on its craps tables to track the hot rolls for posterity. Love it!