Visit The Best Places In Downtown Las Vegas
A five-block entertainment area known as Fremont Street Experience can be found in the heart of old town Las Vegas, Nevada.
Viva Vision, the biggest video screen in the world, serves as the focal point of Fremont Street Experience. 90 feet above the pedestrian mall below, the 1,375-foot-long and 90-foot-wide Viva Vision screen is hanging. A 600,000-watt sound system and 49.3 million LED lights are used on the screen.
Every night of the week, free light shows are presented at Viva Vision. Additionally, the Fremont Street Experience offers a full calendar of live performances and other entertainment on three stages.
The Cultural Corridor is mainly remembered for its museums. Visitors can enjoy walking tours of the "Boneyard" at the Neon Museum, which contains more than 200 classic signs from the 1930s and afterward. There are interactive exhibits and dioramas at the neighboring Natural History Museum, and the Old Las Vegas Mormon Fort Park is devoted to a destroyed adobe fort from 1855.
The Arts District, or 18b, is a vibrant cultural hub packed with indie art galleries and performance spaces in converted warehouses. Major venues include the Arts Factory, with galleries, shops and a bistro, and sprawling Art Square, where the intimate Cockroach Theatre stages new plays and offbeat revivals. Bars with a bohemian vibe serve craft cocktails till late.