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Fremont Street

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425 Fremont St Las Vegas NV 89103
Phone
(702) 678-5777
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Status: Open

Sunday
9:00am-5:00pm
Monday
10:00am-10:00pm
Tuesday
10:00am-10:00pm
Wednesday
10:00am-10:00pm
Thursday
10:00am-10:00pm
Friday
10:00am-10:00pm
Saturday
9:00am-5:00pm

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The Fremont Street Experience is a pedestrian mall and attraction in downtown Las Vegas, Nevada. The FSE occupies the westernmost 5 blocks of Fremont Street, including the area known for years as "Glitter Gulch," and portions of some other adjacent streets.The attraction is a barrel vault canopy, 90 ft high at the peak and four blocks, or approximately 1,500 ft , in length.While Las Vegas is...

Fremont Street Experience was established in 1905 and provides more than 10 casinos and 10,000 slot machines to customers. The company organizes various events, including the Martin Luther King and, Miss America parades and St. Patricks Day Celebrations. It provides a range of dining services in partnership with various restaurants, such as Golden Nugget, Fitzgeralds, Golden Gate and Main...

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Fremont Street
Reviewer Name
Lady Chan
Review Date
July 06, 2008
Average Rating
5

Fantastic Light Shows at Night-time

Starting when the sun goes down, the overhead screen scanning from Main Street to Las Vegas Blvd, has a wonderful light show with music. All of the local casinos turn off their entrance lights for you to enjoy the light show which lasts about 10-15 minutes & and starts every hour on the hour.

$1 Margaritas with or without alcohol.

During the warm months there are free concerts on 1st, 2nd & 3rd street.

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Billed as the "Fremont Street

Billed as the "Fremont Street Experience," this mostly involves walking the length of downtown Las Vegas's Fremont Street while zipliners zoom overhead and the domed ceiling explodes in psychedelic patterns to the beat of Pat Benatar songs. There are elderly Elvis impersonators the color of Tan Mom, there are middle-aged tourists in cargo shorts drinking tall boys wrapped in paper bags, there are street artists and live bands and random costumed dancers and 99-cent fried Twinkies. There are also a dozen or so awesome bars and restaurants, check out my Downtown Vegas guide for those.

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70

The Fremont Street Experience is a 5-block open-air landscaped strip of outdoor snack shops, vendor carts, and colorful kiosks purveying food and merchandise. Overhead is a 90-foot-high steel-mesh "celestial vault." At night, it is the successfully revamped Viva Vision, a high-tech light-and-laser show (the canopy is equipped with more than 12.5 million lights), enhanced by a concert...

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Definitley an "Old Vegas" feel

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80

Went at night- rode The Deuce from the strip. Cheap ride, but know that it will take a bit. Wish we would've waited for the SDX. The light show was fun. We went to Freemont the last night of our trip, and I almost forgot what it was like to be able to cross the street in less than a...

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Fremont street is a must see however you will find some pretty interesting characters there. Some of the oldest casinos are there such as the golden nugget and binions . Go down in the evening when they do their light show that is really cool to see. I wouldn't stay here but it's very nice to take an evening and...

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The Fremont Street Experience is unlike anything in the world. This pedestrian walkway, surrounded by neon lights and ten casino hotels, is an expansive entertainment and commercial venue. Each night (at dusk) a Light and Sound Show is produced with millions of lights and concert quality sound.

There is always something going on at the Fremont Street Experience located in the heart of downtown Las Vegas on the historic street that started it all. The world-famous, one-of-a-kind entertainment venue is home to Viva Vision, the biggest big screen on the planet. More than 12 million lights in the Viva Vision canopy and 550,000 watts of concert quality sound pumped to speakers throughout...

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Billed as the "Fremont Street Experience," this mostly involves walking the length of downtown Las Vegas's Fremont Street while zipliners zoom overhead and the domed ceiling explodes in psychedelic patterns to the beat of Pat Benatar songs. There are elderly Elvis impersonators the color of Tan Mom, there are middle-aged tourists in cargo shorts drinking tall boys wrapped in paper bags, there are street artists and live bands and random costumed dancers and 99-cent fried Twinkies. There are also a dozen or so awesome bars and restaurants, check out my Downtown Vegas guide for those.

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