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Downtown Las Vegas Map 2020

Downtown Las Vegas Map

Considered the cultural center of Las Vegas, Downtown Las Vegas is where it all started.

Made up of seven neighborhoods, downtown Las Vegas features a variety of cultural and historic attractions including galleries, museums, public art sites, shops, restaurants, promenades and many other points of interest, and not to mention the famous Fremont Street Experience.

Some times refferred to as Old Las Vegas, downtown Las Vegas is home to some of Las Vegas finest and oldest hotels and casinos. On your next trip to Las Vegas, be sure to add downtown Las Vegas on you list of places to see.

For bargain hunters, downtown Las Vegas is a great place to stay because of it's discount hotel rates, great inexpensive food and better gaming odds.

Downtown Las Vegas

Major Downtown Las Vegas Hotels & Casinos

California Hotel & Casino
California Hotel & Casino

California Hotel & Casino
12 E. Ogden Ave
Las Vegas NV. 89101
Phone: 702-385-1222
Toll Free: (800) 634-6505

Located at the heart of Downtown Las Vegas, The California Hotel and Casino with its Hawaiian flair features a 36,000 square foot casino, six restaurants including Redwood Grill, California Noodle House and authentic Hawaiian favorites.
Number of rooms: 781 rooms

Fremont Hotel & Casino
Fremont Hotel & Casino

Fremont Hotel & Casino
200 Fremont St.
Las Vegas NV 89101
Phone: 702-385-3232
Toll Free: (800) 634-6460

Fremont Hotel & Casino is one of downtown Vegas' most beloved hotels. With 447 spacious guest rooms and suites, Fremont Hotel also offers wonderful dining, comfortable rooms and exciting gaming action.

Number of rooms: 447 rooms

Main Street Station Casino Brewery Hotel
Main Street Station Casino Brewery Hotel

Main Street Station Casino Brewery Hotel
200 North Main Street,
Las Vegas, NV 89101
Phone: 702-387-1896
Located in the heart of historic downtown Las Vegas, the Main Street Station Casino Brewery Hotel is possibly the best-kept secret in all of Las Vegas. Downtown's original microbrewey, this resort is set in the splendor of the Victorian era, amidst a turn-of-the-century atmosphere.

Golden Nugget Hotel & Casino
Golden Nugget Hotel & Casino

Golden Nugget Hotel & Casino
129 Fremont St.
Las Vegas NV. 89101
Phone: 702-385-7111
Toll Free: (800) 634-3454

The D Las Vegas
The D Las Vegas

The D Las Vegas
301 East Fremont Street
Las Vegas NV. 89101
Phone: 702-388-2400
Toll Free: (800) 274-5825

Four Queens Hotel and Casino
Four Queens Hotel and Casino

Four Queens Hotel and Casino
202 Fremont St.
Las Vegas NV. 89101
Phone: 702-385-4011
Toll Free: (800) 634-6045

El Cortez Hotel and Casino
El Cortez Hotel and Casino

El Cortez Hotel and Casino
600 Fremont St.
Las Vegas NV. 89101
Phone: 702-385-5200
Toll Free: (800) 634-6703

Binion's Gambling Hall and Hotel
Binion's Gambling Hall and Hotel

Binion's Gambling Hall and Hotel
128 Fremont St.
Las Vegas NV 89101
Phone: 702-382-1600
Toll Free: (800) 237-6537

Golden Gate Hotel and Casino
Golden Gate Hotel and Casino

Golden Gate Hotel and Casino
1 Fremont St.
Las Vegas NV. 89101
Phone: 702-385-1906
Toll Free: (800) 426-1906

Downtown Grand Las Vegas
Downtown Grand Las Vegas

Downtown Grand Las Vegas
206 N. 3rd St.
Las Vegas NV 89101
(855)DT-GRAND (384-7263)
(702)719-5100

Plaza Hotel and Casino Las Vegas
Plaza Hotel and Casino

Plaza Hotel and Casino Las Vegas
1 S Main St.
Las Vegas NV. 89101
Phone: 702-386-2110
Toll Free: (800) 634-6575

Circa Resort & Casino
Circa Resort & Casino

Circa Resort & Casino
18 East Fremont Street
Las Vegas NV 89101
Slated to Open December 2020

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Fremont Street Experience

Fremont Street Experience Fremont Street Experience
425 Fremont St.
702-678-5600

Fremont Street Experience is a one-of-a kind venue that includes free concerts and entertainment on three stages. Located in downtown Las Vegas, the Fremont Street Experience is a five-block entertainment complex that features Viva Vision, the world's largest video screen, which is 1,500 feet long, 90 feet wide and suspended 90 feet above an urban pedestrian mall.

Every night, Viva Vision offers hourly light and sound shows with 12.5 million LED lights and a 550,000-watt sound system.

Fremont Street Experience also offers direct pedestrian access to 10 casinos, more than 60 restaurants and specialty retail kiosks,

Hours of Operation: Viva Vision shows run at the top of each hour from dusk through midnight. Fremont Street Experience is open 24/7.

Distance from Downtown Las Vegas to

Location Miles KM
Las Vegas City Hall 0.2 Mi 0.4 Km
Las Vegas Library 0.7 Mi 1.2 Km
Lied Discovery Children's Museum 0.8 Mi 1.2 Km
Las Vegas Natural History Museum 0.8 Mi 1.3 Km
Cashman Field Convention Center 0.9 Mi 1.4 Km
Old Las Vegas Mormon Fort State Historic Park 0.9 Mi 1.5 Km
Desert Pines Golf Club 2.5 Mi 4 Km
Las Vegas Country Club 2.5 Mi 4 Km
Nevada State Museum And Historical Society 2.6 Mi 4.1 Km
Las Vegas Convention Center 2.7 Mi 4.4 Km
Las Vegas Springs Preserve 2.7 Mi 4.4 Km
Southern Nevada Zoo 3 Mi 4.8 Km
Thomas And Mack Center 4.6 Mi 7.4 Km
Las Vegas Motor Speedway 10.3 Mi 16.5 Km
Red Rock Canyon 18.5 Mi 29.8 Km

** Distance measured from Fremont Street downtown Las Vegas

100 Years of Downtown Las Vegas History

  • 1900's

    Golden Gate Hotel & Casino
    1 Fremont Street
    The city's oldest operating hotel opened in 1906 as the Hotel Nevada, a year after the railroad land auction.
  • 1910's

    Railroad Cottages
    2nd to 4th, Garces to Clark.
    The railroad constructed 64 bungalow style cottages for its workers. Today, about a half dozen can still be seen.
  • 1920's

    El Portal Theater
    310 Fremont St.
    Built in 1928 as the city's first modern movie theater, The El Portal Theater was elegant and luxurious for its day.

  • 1930's

    Post Office / Federal Building
    301 Steward Ave.
    A neo-classical structure built in 1933 with funds provided by the New Deal's Works Progress Administration. (Today is home to The Mob Museum.)
  • 1940's

    El Cortez Hotel & Casino
    600 Fremont
    Downtown's first major resort built in 1941 in a rambling Spanish Style with a streetside facade that is still relatively unchanged.
  • 1950's

    Fremont Hotel
    200 Fremont St.
    Designed in 1955 by Wayne McAllister & William Wagner in a distinctly California modern style. It's was Fremont Street's first high-rise.
  • 1960's

    Binion's Horseshoe Hotel & Casino
    128 Fremont Street
    A 1960's design by Wayne McAllister & William Wagner wrapped a 1930s building with 8 miles of shimmering neon. One of the best historic examples where "the building becomes the sign"
  • 1970's

    City Hall
    400 Stewart
    A modernist structure of stone, metal and glass with a curvilinear tower anchoring a geometry of civic space.
  • 1980's

    Clark County Government Center
    500 South Grand Central Parkway
    A red sand-stone fortress whose Anasazi inspired materials and sculpural shapes create a dramatic presence west of downtown.
  • 1990's

    Lied Discovery Children's Museum
    833 Las Vegas Blvd. N.
    An Antoine Predock structure. It's classic forms (pyramid, tower, cone, vault) and materials create a monument to public architecture.

    1995 - The Fremont Street Experience opened. The $70-million canopy above Fremont Street provides visitors with a spectacular light and sound show. The Fremont Street Experience light show opened on December 14th, 1995.

  • 2000's

    Lloyd D. George Federal Courthouse
    333 Las Vegas Blvd. S.
    This urban landmark of the 21st century and a new civic front porch of downtown was designed by Mehrdad Yazdani.

    2007 - The three-block area known as the Fremont East Entertainment District opened. As part of its downtown revitalization efforts

  • 2020"s

    Circa Resort & Casino
    Built on a land once occupied by the Las Vegas Club, Glitter Gulch, and Mermaids Casino, the 777 room, 44 floors, Circa Resort & Casino is the first ground-up resort development in the area since 1980 and the tallest building in downtown Las Vegas.

Interesting things to checkout while you are in Downtown Las Vegas

Las Vegas Natural History Museum
900 Las Vegas Blvd. North
(702) 384-3466
Website

Neon Museum & Boneyard
770 Las Vegas Blvd. North
(702) 387-6366 (NEON)
Website

Mob Museum
(National Museum of Organized Crime & Law Enforcement)
300 Stewart Ave.
(702) 229-2734
Website

Old Las Vegas Mormon Fort State Historic Park
500 E. Washington Ave.
(702) 486-3511
Website

DISCOVERY Children's Museum
360 Promenade Place
(702) 382-5437
Website

Fremont Street Experience
425 Fremont Street
(702) 678-5600
Website

The Smith Center For The Performing Arts
361 Symphony Park Ave.
(702) 749-2000
Website

Container Park
707 Fremont St.
(702) 637-4244
Website

Las Vegas North Premium Outlets
875 S. Grand Central Parkway
(702) 474-7500
Website

Pawn Stars TV Show
Gold and Silver Pawn Shop
713 Las Vegas Blvd. South
(702) 530-4959

Las Vegas Strip Then and Now

Riviera Hotel And Casino

Las Vegas tend to reinvent itself from time to time just to remain the top travel destination in the world. For a city with over 150,000 hotel rooms, Las Vegas has also had more mega resort implosions than any other major city in the US.

The opening of The Mirage in November 1989 by Steve Wynn, set the standard for mega resorts and started a resort-building boom that line the Strip today and forever changed Las Vegas

Here is a timeline and a little history of Las Vegas hotels, past and present.

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