Downtown Las Vegas Nighttime History Walking Tour
As you explore the city, you'll be guided by an experienced local guide who will share their knowledge and insights about the area. The tour typically lasts around 2 hours and covers about 1.5 miles of walking. It's a leisurely pace, but comfortable shoes are recommended. The tour is held in the evening, so you'll be able to see the city come alive as the sun sets.
One of the tour's highlights is the Fremont Street Experience, a pedestrian mall lined with casinos, restaurants, and live entertainment. The world's largest video screen, the Viva Vision screen, stretches for five city blocks and features nightly light shows set to music. You'll also learn about the area's history and how it has evolved.
Another highlight of the tour is the Neon Museum, where you'll see a collection of vintage neon signs that have been restored and preserved. The museum is housed in the former lobby of the La Concha Motel, and you'll learn about the history of the signs and the artists who created them.
As you walk the streets of downtown Las Vegas, you'll discover the hidden gems and secret spots that only locals know. You'll see the city from a new perspective and learn how it has become one of the most exciting destinations in the world. This tour is a must-do for anyone visiting Las Vegas, and it's a great way to experience the city's rich history and vibrant energy.