Things To Do

Museums & Attractions

Nevada State Museum

Nevada State Museum

Located on the lush Springs Preserve campus, this museum takes you through the Silver State’s origin stories in the most fascinating ways. Peruse showgirl costumes and Atomic Era relics while in the shadow of mammoth and ichthyosaur skeletons. nvculture.org

Mob Museum

Mob Museum

Explore the real stories and actual events of Mob history – including its ties to Las Vegas – through interactive exhibits and one-of-a-kind artifacts. Be sure to slip underground for a speakeasy cocktail, too. themobmuseum.org

Neon Museum

Neon Museum

History’s never been more fun (or flashy). Walk with expert guides through decades of iconic neon signs, all of which come with a vintage Vegas story sure to dazzle and delight. neonmuseum.org

Springs Preserve

Springs Preserve

A hidden oasis mere minutes from downtown Las Vegas, the Springs Preserve is 180 acres of botanical gardens, walking trails, and ever-changing museum and art exhibits. Make your visit extra special with a stop inside the seasonal butterfly habitat. springspreserve.org

Old Mormon Fort

Old Mormon Fort

When Mormon missionaries built an adobe fort along a spring-fed creek back in 1855, they had no idea how globally famous Las Vegas would become more than a century later. See the remains for yourself alongside historic artifacts and photos. parks.nv.gov

Food & Drink

Fremont Street

Fremont Street Experience

Bring an appetite for all sorts of eats housed under the world’s largest video screen. You can splurge on casino steakhouses, keep it more casual with Asian and Mexican fare, or grab a beer from one of many local breweries. vegasexperience.com

Fremont East District

Fremont East District

No matter the cuisine you’re craving, the Fremont East District has seemingly endless options for dining on any budget. And the bar scene? Cannot be beat. From sushi and hot dogs to craft cocktails and classic milkshakes, we bet you’ll be back more than once. fremonteast.com

Container Park

Container Park

Need a nosh while admiring the Container Park’s fire-breathing praying mantis? Enjoy a quick bite or a full meal with pizza, barbeque, and vegan options (to name a few). downtowncontainerpark.com

The Bootlegger Bistro

The Bootlegger Bistro

Open 24/7 and just five minutes from the “Welcome to Las Vegas” sign, The Bootlegger Bistro serves up award-winning Southern Italian dishes perfected by 65 years of passed-down family recipes. bootleggerlasvegas.com

Golden Steer Steakhouse

Golden Steer Steakhouse

Pair old school Vegas vibes with five-star dining and you’ll have the Golden Steer Steakhouse, which has counted the likes of Elvis Presley, Joe DiMaggio, and Frank Sinatra as customers since 1958 goldensteerlasvegas.com

Shopping

Container Park

Container Park

An open-air shopping center built from shipping containers, you can peruse funky boutiques offering everything from clothes and jewelry to cigars and cosmetics (as well as a nail salon and tattoo parlor) in the heart of downtown Las Vegas.downtowncontainerpark.com

Fremont Street

Fremont Street Experience

Take your souvenir shopping to a whole ‘nother level at the Fremont Street Experience, where you can find Vegas mementos and tchotchkes you didn’t even know existed. Some seriously epic photos ops – like Binion’s pyramid of one million dollars in cash and Vegas Vic – will be waiting for you, too. vegasexperience.com