Let's get this out of the way: the Strip is not "downtown" Las Vegas. Technically, it's not even in Vegas, so if you want to see some of the real city, head North on Las Vegas Boulevard until you find the famous neon cowboy and all of the fantastically trashy attractions on Fremont Street. And then keep going... to all of these downtown spots you actually should check out.
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Fremont East District
Fremont East District offers the glamour of vintage Las Vegas, you'll find a handful of bars, lounges and other one-of-a-kind spots you won't find on the Strip.
Fremont Street Experience
Welcome to the Fremont Street Experience located in fabulous downtown Las Vegas. This project blends vintage Las Vegas with high-tech wonder, live entertainment and more to create an attraction that rivals the famed Vegas Strip.
Imagine soaring quickly through the air past neon signs and classic hotels under the world's largest canopy and light show. That's Slotzilla. It's a 12-story slot machine in the middle of the street. You can't miss it.
The 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).
Downtown Container Park
Downtown Container Park is an exciting sustainable shopping attraction in downtown Las Vegas -- the hub for an assortment of small boutiques, galleries, bars, eateries and outdoor spaces as well as entertainment and education programming.
Neon Museum and Boneyard
A few years ago, someone got the idea to preserve the history of Las Vegas instead of blowing it up all the time. So nowadays, the Neon Museum's packed with iconic signs and marquees that've been around since people first built this city.
Combining two elements never seen before in Las Vegas, Insert Coin(s) is giving gaming fanatics their own video game lounge and nightclub. If you've ever wanted VIP-style bottle service while playing a round of Mortal Kombat, then Insert Coin(s) is your place.