Fremont Street Experience is one of downtown Las Vegas’ biggest draws. It’s a five-block entertainment district, and the centerpiece of a newly rebooted historic area. Surrounded by iconic casinos and hotels, plenty of bars and hip restaurants (both new and old), there’s no shortage of things to do, see and eat.
In the middle of it all (above, actually) is Viva Vision. It’s the world’s largest video screen. Viva Vision’s screen is 1,500 feet long, 90 feet wide and is suspended 90 feet above the pedestrian mall below. The screen has 12.5 million LED lights and a 550,000-watt sound system, playing a rotating assortment of music-and-entertainment-driven content. These free light shows air every night of the week. Fremont Street Experience also has an extensive schedule of live concerts and entertainment on three stages. See our calendar of events.
Other attractions include the SlotZilla zip line. Visitors can take off from the world’s largest slot machine from two different levels. The first, the Zipline, flies halfway down the Fremont Street Experience canopy. The upper level, known as the Zoomline, takes flyers the entire length of the Fremont Street Experience.
Pedestrian access is available to more than 60 restaurants, shops and retail kiosks, and welcomes more than 17 million visitors each year. Bring an appetite and leave with a little extra cash, as drinks tend to be less expensive away from the Strip. Make sure to visit such partner casinos as: Binion’s Gambling Hall, California Hotel & Casino, The D Las Vegas, Four Queens Hotel and Casino, Fremont Hotel & Casino, Golden Gate Hotel and Casino, Golden Nugget Las Vegas and Main Street Station Casino, Brewery and Hotel.
For more information on Fremont Street Experience, including a calendar of events, a full list of things to do, casinos and more, visit vegasexperience.com.