For those of you who only hang out on The Strip when visiting Las Vegas, you’d be amazed at the many fascinating things there are to experience by venturing into the historical downtown area. Since you’d normally be traveling on foot while staying on The Strip, why not focus your walking efforts on one of these walking tours and visit the downtown area for an enjoyably unique adventure.
Downtown Vegas Sightseeing and Foodie Tour – if you’re a food lover, this tour was designed with you in mind. The tour starts at the Art Bar of the Downtown Grand and takes you through some culinary history as you get to sample a variety of tasty dishes. You’ll be treated to stories of landmarks and the local history while the tour stops at some the most outstanding murals and street art exhibits. The tour takes you through the Fremont Street Experience and on to Downtown Container Park where it ends.
Fremont Street from Past to Present – this 2-hour walking tour was designed to teach you about the history of the original Las Vegas. Your tour begins where it all started in 1905 at the corner Fremont and Main Streets. If you want to learn about Las Vegas in its early days, this 2-hour trek hosted by Las Vegas Walking Tours is the perfect venue. The tour takes you from down Fremont Street from Union Station while your guide tells you about the origins of Las Vegas.
You’ll also see the newly revitalized Fremont East district with its many restaurants and a number of other stops such as Downtown Container Park, the Mob Museum, and the Slotzilla Zipline. The cost of the 1-hour Fremont Street – Past to Present walking tour is $35 per person but the numerous historic Las Vegas locations you’ll see along the way make this walking tour well worth the price.
Las Vegas Pop Culture Walking Tour Downtown – this small group walking tour progresses through the older Downtown Las Vegas area. It begins on Stewart Ave. at the Mob Museum and ends when you reach Downtown Container Park. You’ll get to visit the upscale Downtown Grand boutique hotel, the Fremont Street Experience, the plaza, and the Slotzilla Zipline. You’ll also get to see the newly redeveloped Fremont East District that features the arts, entertainment, restaurants, and shops.
After a day of participating in different walking tours, you’re going to need a peaceful night’s rest. The Downtowner Boutique Hotel can accommodate you for that. With a vintage touch but all modern amenities and comfortable rooms, you’ll be in the quiet ambience of downtown Las Vegas. Call us today at (702) 553-2553 and book your reservation now.