Encompassing Fremont Street in the center of downtown Las Vegas is a light and musical show like none other in the world. A ... More
Fremont Street Experience
Encompassing Fremont Street in the center of downtown Las Vegas is a light and musical show like none other in the world. A permanent canopy has been constructed to cover the casino-lined street with two million lights and a state-of-the-art sound system. This attraction provides shows in the evening hours and is a popular area for filming motion picture scenes. There is no charge for entrance except for their New Year's Eve Street Bash. The special shows projected on the canopy ceiling last for approximately seven minutes.
I have been escorting people to Las Vegas 5 or 6 times a year for many years to
see the many wonderful shows and the entertainment Vegas has to offer. The
Fremont experience has always been a main stop and thoroughly enjoyed by my
local and Worldwide clients. I have been there from the beginning and have seen
the growth of exciting things on the street.
Early February of this year as I arrived at the Fremont experience with new clients
I was totally appalled at what has happened since I was last there late last year. A
ghastly new growth or cancer has been constructed that has taken away the magic
of downtown Vegas.
It will be very difficult for me in the future to recommend to my clients or friends
to spend time at the Fremont Street experience because of the abomination of the
new Zip Line.
We have been to Vegas 3 times & going back in a few weeks. We stay at the Four Queens and we love it. Our first trip we stayed on the strip & will never again...TOO many people!! The light show is amazing & the casino's may be older but we seem to hit more often. In my opinion it's the best.
was in vegas for pool tournament and we went to fremont st great time will be back in vegas again and this is my destination for fun and low cost drinks and food had lobster steak dinner at casino for 12 bucks beers for 1 binion hall of fame was cool plus u can they will take a beautiful photo of u with a million bucks and give u other things along with thecommemorative picture folder momento
fremont street rocks!!!!
Truthfully I just couldn't stand all the illegal protesting there. Went there to relax not to hear pro or con about the illegal situation.I'm going again next year and if I run into the same thing again I think I will change my destination.Come on Vegas people go to your state -city to relax get it under contol
Love it Love it Love it. Some of these reviews prove you can't please all of the dummies anytime. I see value ratings of ONE??? It's FREE!! If that doesn't rate a value of five.....what does? If you had the worst time possible and it didn't cost you a dime.....is that bad value? Jesus. I even see people complaining about the city allowing the screen thereby ruining the neon displays. I can promise you, if the city had not allowed the screen, all of these neon displays would be in the boneyard and the casinos would all have long since, been bulldozed. Panhandlers? Anybody that gets out of their house, in any city, anywhere has to deal with panhandlers. Bottom line...fantastic FREE concerts and FREE shows on the screen and the best value-for-dollar buffets in Vegas. Pay 8.00-32.00 for a margerita on the new strip or .99 on Fremont...Hmmmmmmm. Check it out!! It's awesome.
It was very fun and the staff and service were good.The only thing I didnt like were the local people they didnt seem to like it when I would win some money so watch out for them , you can tell who they are they are the ones who arent having fun.
The first thing you'll notice about Fremont Street is the large amount of panhandlers, homeless alcoholics, and crazy people. Most will hit you up outside of the casinos but some will pester you while playing the slots. One homeless person actually stole my Krispy Kreme doughnut right in front of my face at Fitzgeralds. I notified the Fitzgerald staff but it took 15 minutes for casino security to show up, by that time the nut had wandered off. A while later I saw a drunk sleeping it off in front of the same casino. Apparently, Fremont Street has a bus station very close by that brings in a lot of undesirables. Most casinos will usher them away but some casinos like Fitzgerald's will allow them to harass the customers. Fremont can be a good time but remember that part of the Fremont experience is keeping a tight grip on your valuables and crossing to the other side of the street when you see a demented panhandler coming your way.
Fremont Street was AWESOME!! I had so much fun playing & looking around in the casinos. The shows were great. Aerosmith tribute band & a DJ were there playing music. I danced the night away. I am definately going to take my friends to see this in November.
I would definately recommend visiting Freemont St. to friends & family. It was definately worth the time & money.
...with the worlds biggest and ugliest TV screen. Instead of seeing the fantastic neon signs of the 50s and 60s - all you can see are the steel pillars holding up the screen and the speaker pods blasting out non stop ads. I'm afraid classic Vegas has gone - shame on the city planners for not keeping even one corner of it alive.
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