Explore downtown Las Vegas
There is so much to do and see in downtown Las Vegas. You can also hitchhike on the free Downtown Loop shuttle to get out and explore.
The arts district
Named after 18 blocks of arts and culture in downtown Las Vegas, the neighborhood is a bustling hub of breweries, restaurants, art galleries, murals and more. It is the perfect place to experience locals’ paradise with unique #OnlyVegas experiences.
Brewery Row is also the home of the Arts District. In an effort to join the craft beer movement, which is rampant in cities across the country, we launched Brewery Row in downtown Las Vegas, where a natural group of craft brewers have already created and served. Plans for the area include the addition of “Brewery Row” orientation banners in front of the designated business as part of the city’s new district banner program.
Downtown Loop stops: Arts District North (Art Way and Boulder Avenue) and Arts District South (Main Street, between California and Colorado avenues)
The Fremont East Entertainment District is a multi-block entertainment area marked by retro neon signs, several motels and athletic fields, dozens of bars, restaurants and retail outlets, and the historic El Cortez Hotel & Casino. This pedestrian area has become a downtown hotspot in recent years.
Fremont East has a whole new look after the completion of the Enchilada project. The Enchilada project aimed to bring green and open space, lighting and overall stabilization to East Fremont Street, from Las Vegas Boulevard to 14th Street. This “new life” has been achieved through the renovation and restoration of some of the region’s nostalgic neon signs, the opening of long-awaited and awaited green spaces and the restoration of certain commercial facades bringing life, energy and dynamism to the area. zoned.
The new Restaurant Row @ Carson Ave., which showcases the restaurant community with clear directional signs, is part of the Fremont East neighborhood.
Restaurant Row includes the following businesses: 7th & Carson, Bocho, Donut Bar, Carson Kitchen, Downtown Terrace, VegeNation, Juice Stars, EAT, and Madero Street Tacos. According to Liam Dwyer, owner of 7th & Carson, the new banner signs and this designation will help showcase the area for our Carson Avenue restaurants.
Downtown Loop Stops: Fremont East Entertainment District (Sixth Street, North of Fremont Street)
Front door district
80-foot-high illuminated arches now form a gateway to downtown Las Vegas. They are located on Las Vegas Boulevard between St. Louis and Bob Stupak avenues, at the foot of the STRAT hotel, the casino and the SkyPod. Now visitors have another #OnlyVegas experience to enjoy during their visit.
A short distance from the arches of the catwalk is the showgirl panel which features dice, poker chips stacked high enough to sit on, a roulette wheel, the city of Las Vegas logo, and 26 foot showgirls. from above. The elements of the sign light up to make it beautiful day and night. Bonus – this hidden gem on Las Vegas Boulevard next to The Strat is hardly ever as crowded as most other outdoor spots. This photography spot surpasses all other city selfie spots in Vegas. The sign is located at 1810 Las Vegas Blvd. South, 89104.
Downtown Loop Stops: The Strat Hotel & Casino (2000 S. Las Vegas Blvd., in the taxi and carpool pick-up area at the back of the property)
Las Vegas North Premium Outlets
Shop from over 180 of the top luxury brands or eat at one of 11 different dining experiences at Las Vegas North Premium Outlets.
Downtown Loop stop: Las Vegas North Premium Outlets (South Grand Central Parkway, between Nautica and Tommy Hilfiger Kids)