Updated on 5/2/2022 at 6:07 PM
There are two kinds of Vegas tourists: the kind that are here for bottle service and dayclubs, and the kind that are here to get weird. The first group rarely leaves the Strip, but the second group—those are Fremont folk. Fremont Street is “old Vegas,” or at least what people think of when they think of “old Vegas.” It’s historic but also kinda seedy, and that’s precisely its appeal. Even locals love Fremont for what it is—a no-frills neighborhood teeming with entertainment and dining options, bathed in blinking neon and the steady color-shifting glow of the world’s largest LED screen. Where the Strip can be an unrelenting, merciless shake-down, Fremont is just fun. Bookmark this list for the next time you’re looking to get weird on or around Fremont Street. For more fun stuff to do anywhere in Vegas, check out our spring guide.
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