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.
...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.
I live in Vegas and I don't take visitors there because there is nothing there to see/do, unless you are a hardcore gambler, then some table rules may be a bit more favorable compared to those on the strip.
I am simply aghast by glowing reviews of this place. Fremont street experience (the light show) is disappointing at best. The atmosphere is quite unappealing. It probably appeals to those who are less cultured and like the feeling of blue collar party atmosphere as opposed to more sophisticated entertainment on the strip. I
I think this is old Las Vegas and there are a lot more interesting attractions in the new Las Vegas. It was not worth our time to leave the strip, take a cab to Freemont St, and wait around for the 3-4 minutes big-screen show; there weren't any other attraction there.
Vegas was a bit overrated in my opinion. So the small exhibits, attractions and the like really weren't worth my time. The big shows (Cirque du Soliel, Wayne Brady, Second City) all were worth the money.
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
It was pretty cool, we went kinda late for the show... had to catch the last one. It was pretty cool (guess I already said that), anyways they have a really cheap t-shirt shop right around the corner if you need to get some gifts to bring home with you.
This place was dirty. It's the only place I have ever been where there are hundreds of elderly folks hooked up to oxegyn tanks while smoking cigarettes (yikes!). And the "showgirls" looked like they worked the main strip about twenty years ago. The few hotels I entered smelled stale, the souvenier shops were dusty and one that I went into smelled like a toilet.
The light show was OK but not a big deal. And the bus to get there took you through some very scary parts of town.
Call me a HOTEL SNOB if you like, but give me the MGM any day of the week. At least there I felt safe!!!!!
I am heading to LV next week and will be @ the Mirage. I have no plans to visit Fremont Street (unless I am forceable dragged kicking and screaming).
Super 8 Las Vegas Nellis AFB is located approximately eight miles from the Fremont Street Experience and fifteen miles from
McCarran International Airport. This location is also 35 miles from the Hoover Dam. The property's amenities include the restaurant, ...
Enjoy this Las Vegas hotel located only minutes from the Fremont Street Experience and three miles from the world famous
Las Vegas Strip.The BEST WESTERN Main Street Inn offers easy access to major highways I 15 and I 93/95. ...
Welcome to Motel 6 Las Vegas Tropicana in Las Vegas, NevadaThis is the largest Motel 6 and is located across
the street from the MGM Grand. Many casinos are within walking distance. Downtowns Fremont Street Experience is a short ...