Downtown Las Vegas Nighttime Tour Tickets in Las Vegas, NV

Las Vegas Walking Tours1 N Main StLas Vegas, NV 89101
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Overview

Stroll down Glitter Gulch and see downtown Las Vegas come to life at night! This Las Vegas walking tour offers a historical overview of world-renowned Fremont Street. A personal ear monitor ensures you hear your guide and stay on course in the bustling streets. Learn about Sin City's culture and nightlife as well as the best things to do in Fremont Street.

up to 2 hrs 2 or more people

Good To Know

from Ashley, one of our Las Vegas Travel Experts
  • Experience downtown Las Vegas at night with a dazzling display of neon lights, music and street performers.
  • Experience Fremont Street’s finest Viva Vision LED canopy that comes to life with colorful visuals and fun facts about Glitter Gulch.
  • The street becomes progressively more adult-oriented at night. The tour is for ages 21+ only.
  • Don’t forget your camera or smartphone to capture the vibrant scenes and attractions!
  • Wear comfortable walking shoes as the tour covers a mile distance.
  • Tour runs rain or shine, so dress appropriately for the weather.
  • Las Vegas can be hot at night, but bring a light jacket if you’re planning on staying late.
  • Tour ends at the Downtown Container Park.

Description

from Downtown Las Vegas Nighttime Tour
Downtown Las Vegas offers daytime exploration excitement, but after dusk, nothing rivals Fremont After Dark! Join a 2-hour guided tour by Las Vegas Walking Tours to experience the neon extravaganza of the renowned 'Glitter Gulch'. Fremont Street, an adult-oriented oasis, is globally recognized for its dazzling lights, vibrant neon displays, casinos, gambling, eccentric attractions, lively ambiance, and various entertainments, reflecting its status as the origin of a city famously dubbed 'Sin City'.

Savor a cocktail before meeting the guide at the very spot where Las Vegas originated. Receive your individual ear monitor with adjustable volume to ensure clear guidance throughout the journey. Engage with colorful anecdotes and entertaining facts as you explore Fremont Street, tracing its evolution from the early days of Las Vegas through its bustling casino era, and onwards to the newly vibrant 'Greenwich Village' of Las Vegas, known as Fremont East.

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Frequently Asked Questions about Downtown Las Vegas Nighttime Tour

Where does the tour depart from?

This night walking tour departs in front of the Plaza Hotel & Casino on Main St. Please arrive at least five minutes before the tour starts.

How long is the tour?

The walking tour covers about a mile and lasts approximately two hours.

Do we have a guide?

Yes, the walking tour is guided by a knowledgeable and entertaining local guide! You'll also be outfitted with an ear monitor with volume control so you won’t miss a word from your guide.

Is the tour appropriate for children?

Unfortunately, no. This tour is recommended for ages 21 and up.

What should I bring?

Please bring a government-issued ID for proof that you are 21+. Camera/smartphone for pictures, bottled water, light snacks, and cash for tipping your tour guide and/or buying souvenirs are recommended.

What should I wear?

Dress in comfortable, weather-appropriate clothing and walking shoes. The days are usually mild, often warm to hot in the summer months. Nights can become chilly late at night so a light jacket is advisable.

What happens if it rains?

The walking tour operates rain or shine. Rescheduling is sometimes possible but not guaranteed and is subject to availability and cancellation policy.

Are food and drinks provided?

No, sorry. The tour does not include food and drinks but you are welcome to bring your own.

Will there be bathroom breaks?

The tour will walk past a public restroom halfway through the tour if it is required. Additionally, public facilities are available in Downtown Container Park where the tour concludes.

Are pets allowed on tour?

Only ADA-defined service animals are allowed to join the walking tour.