Looking for something to do in Las Vegas? Why not join the fun, affordable and informative Las Vegas Walking Tours where you’ll be taken to Downtown Las Vegas and learn about the vibrant history of Las Vegas as you walk from past to present on a 2-hour guided tour?

DOWNTOWN LAS VEGAS – FREMONT ST. (PAST TO PRESENT)

What better way to truly enjoy Las Vegas than joining the Las Vegas walking tour? Learn about the vibrant history of Las Vegas as you walk from past to present on a 2-hour guided tour. See and enjoy the sights and sounds of Downtown Las Vegas while learning about how this vibrant city became one of the top destinations in the country today. It is the home of some of the world’s top hotels and casinos, bars and restaurants, and of course, the infamous wedding chapels.

Tour Highlights:

  • Union Station site – where it all began!
  • Fremont Street – get a chance to “walk through time” under the world’s most massive video screen!
  • Fremont East – also known as the entertainment district, it is your one-stop destination for shopping, restaurants, and clubs. It is Las Vegas’ version of Greenwich Village.
  • Downtown Container Park – the hub of Fremont East, this outdoor destination is a family-friendly place that is partially built from recycled shipping containers. 
  • Off Fremont Casinos, Mob Museum locale, Neon Museum artifacts.

For an additional fee, the walking tour also stops at:

  • Gold & Silver Pawn (Pawn Stars)
  • Historic wedding chapels & city buildings

What to Expect

Las Vegas started its humble beginnings in 1905 at the corner of Fremont Street and Main Street. Las Vegas Walking Tours will take you to where it all began, where the original settlers began their journey as they stepped off the train. Learn about the city’s history and how one visionary mayor transformed this place into a dazzling “jewel of the desert” where he brought in world-class entertainment, medical facilities, and businesses that flourished in downtown Las Vegas.

The tour takes on the most exciting parts of the city while learning about its history and secrets, secrets such as where to find a piece of the Berlin Wall inside a men’s room. See chandeliers from the 1850s from the San Francisco Opera House, 1870’s street lamps from Brussels, Belgium, or where to get bottomless champagne weekend brunch for only $12. 

The Fremont Street walking tour is not complete without walking past the legendary Golden Gate, Golden Nugget, and The Plaza. Take a picture of the famous Vegas Vic while thrillseekers fly by 100-feet above on the Slotzilla zip line. The tour also takes you to Las Vegas’ craziest wedding chapels in Neonopolis.

The tour concludes at the Downtown Container Park at the chic Fremont East, Las Vegas’ version of Greenwich Village. This destination is home to restaurants, entertainment, and shopping boutiques. 

Note: The tour lasts for 2 hours and is about 1 mile long. If you bought the Gold & Silver Pawn add-on, it’s another 0.7 miles. Please wear comfortable clothes and bring water as the weather can be very hot. 

FREMONT AFTER DARK – THE GLITTER GULCH

While Fremont street is beautiful at day time, it is even more magnificent at night! Fremont comes alive at night with its dazzling neon lights display of the infamous “Glitter Gulch.” 

The Las Vegas Walking Tours after dark is an adults only (21+) tour that is filled with “adult fun.” Enjoy the neon lights, alcohol, party vibe, casinos, gambling, and other attractions that will indeed show you why Las Vegas is called “Sin City.”

Tour Highlights:

  • Union Station site – where it all began!
  • Fremont Street – get a chance to “walk through time” under the world’s most massive video screen!
  • Fremont East – also known as the entertainment district, it is your one-stop destination for shopping, restaurants, and clubs. It is Las Vegas’ version of Greenwich Village.
  • Downtown Container Park – the hub of Fremont East, this outdoor destination is a family-friendly place that is partially constructed from recycled shipping containers. 
  • Off Fremont Casinos, Mob Museum locale, Neon Museum artifacts
  •  The container park requires a 21+ ID from 8:45 pm onwards.
  • Off Fremont Casinos, Mob Museum locale, Neon Museum artifacts.

What to Expect

At night, Fremont street comes to life after dark with its colorful display of neon signs and the most famous one of all, Vegas Vic! The street is also home to the Slotzilla zipline, where thrillseekers can whiz through Fremont street 100-feet above the ground right under the world’s largest video screen — with its 15 million pixel glory! Fremont Street also offers live entertainment on three different stages.

Take a selfie at the infamous $1,000,000 on display at the Binion’s gambling hall. After that, visit what CNN Travel coined as the “most amazing pool in the country,” the world-famous shark tank! If sharks do not excite you, then have your photo taken with a huge 40-foot fire-blowing praying mantis!

The last leg of the night tour takes you to Fremont East, Las Vegas’ version of Greenwich Village, a vibrant destination for shopping, clubbing, dining, and entertainment. The tour concludes at the Downtown Container Park, an outdoor venue for dining, shopping, and entertainment. 

Note: Please bring your 21+ ID for the Fremont After Dark tour as some destinations such as the Downtown Container Park require an ID before visitors can enter starting at 8:45 PM. The tour lasts for about 2 hours and is about 1 mile long.