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Exploring Fremont Street Experience

The Fremont Street Experience is an outdoor pedestrian mall (free entry) in Las Vegas, Nevada. Its principle attraction is a massive barrel vault canopy screen that hangs over four of the mall’s five blocks. This canopy is famous for its wild light shows that happen every night. The mall includes multiple casinos and museums, the most popular being the Neon Museum. It is located in downtown Las Vegas (Old Vegas) about 10-15 minutes away from The Strip.

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If you want to live it up like the movies, the bright lights and buzz of the Las Vegas Strip is a no brainer. Lined with an iconic collection of grand, quirky, and palatial casino-hotels, the legendary thoroughfare boasts big-scale offerings for all. For a taste of "old" Vegas, you can also choose to stay in one of the hotels around Fremont Street. Some hotels nearby are the Golden Nugget Hotel & Casino, the D Las Vegas, and the Downtown Grand Las Vegas.

Sightseeing near Fremont Street Experience

- Mob Museum

The Mob Museum is going to expose you to history that your school textbooks didn't dare to cover. Located in the heart of downtown Las Vegas on Stewart Avenue and Third Street (right by Main Street Station), The Mob Museum is an interactive attraction showcasing the history of these famed gangsters. Here you'll get an inside look at organized crime's impact not only in Las Vegas, but its influence in America and the world.

Transportation near Las Vegas

Getting in and getting around Vegas is straightforward, with the city’s international airport hosting flights from major European cities and a plethora of domestic destinations. Aussie visitors will probably have to connect via Los Angeles. Once in Vegas, transportation between hotels and the dozens of attractions along the Strip can be done by monorail, which runs every 10 minutes from early morning until 03:00, with stations actually within a number of the resorts. For late revellers, the 24-7 RTC Deuce bus service takes in downtown as well as the Strip, stopping outside every casino. Free hotel shuttle buses link most attractions, and off-Strip gambling joints offer shuttles to their other Vegas properties. Cabs cram the streets and, for the ultimate luxury ride, stretch limos can be hired.