Fremont Street is the epicenter of nightlife in downtown Las Vegas. From dueling piano bars to giant yard games to craft cocktails or domestic beers, the area has everything you need for a night filled with fun. Grab your gang and head down to Fremont Street for a night you won’t forget.
In addition to great drinks, Fremont Street is also home to a number of exciting attractions and things to do. Here are some items to add to your next night out:
The Downtown Container Park is made out of repurposed shipping containers and includes hot shopping, restaurants, and bars. Satisfy your “drunchies” with a unique hot dog from Cheffini’s, cap the night off with dessert from Waffelato, or keep the party going with a delicious cocktail from Oak & Ivy. Most of the park’s bars are open until 1am.
While a museum might not be the first thing that comes to mind when you think of a fun night out in downtown Las Vegas, this museum is different. It features their famous Neon Boneyard, a collection of some of the most historic neon signs of Las Vegas. The Main Collection contains more than 200 unrestored signs which are, at sunset, illuminated with ground lighting as well as numerous restored signs which are on all the time. The museum closes at 7pm, so consider starting your night out here.
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The Slotzilla Zipline is an adrenaline-packed adventure on Fremont Street. Choose to fly either 7 or 11 stories above the lights of the city and experience Fremont Street’s most heart-pumping attraction. Plus, the zipline runs until midnight, so you can end your night with an adventure.
If there’s one thing Fremont Street does well, it’s nightlife. Whether you’re in the mood for a delicious, handcrafted cocktail or just want to grab a cold one and celebrate the night, we’ve got it. Here are some of the best bars on Fremont Street:
Atomic Liquors is the oldest free standing bar in Las Vegas. They have a constantly rotating list of draft beers and delicious craft cocktails. Take advantage of the diverse list and experience some drinks you can’t find anywhere else in the city.
According to their website, “Commonwealth brings a stylish new social scene to burgeoning downtown Las Vegas. The swanky 6,000-square-foot cocktail bar is a collision of art and architectural influences inspired by pre-Prohibition era design and libations.” In addition to the beautiful bar, there’s also a secret speakeasy hidden inside. We dare you to look for it!
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Don’t Tell Mama is a piano bar that offers downtown Las Vegas guests a chill evening compared to the usual hustle and bustle of Fremont Street. They have an open mic night every night so if you want to show your stuff, grab the mic and belt out your favorite song. Plus, all the bartenders, waiters, and waitresses are all up and coming professional singers who are there to entertain you!
Gold Spike is downtown Las Vegas’ own adult playground, complete with giant games (including Beer Pong, Cornhole, Giant LEGOS, and more), live music and entertainment, and a menu filled with unique creations like the Unicorn Grilled Cheese made with rainbow cheese and S’mores Tots made with sweet potatoes, Nutella, strawberries, marshmallow cream, bananas, and chocolate sauce. If you want to take a break from adulting for a day, Gold Spike is your spot.
Mickie Finnz on Fremont Street is always a good time. They have a stacked live music calendar and feature everything from country to DJs. Plus, if you want to catch your own dinner, try your luck at the live lobster claw game. Instead of stuffed animals, you play for live lobsters! Expect Mickie Finnz to get pretty rowdy on the weekends.
Downtown Las Vegas, and Fremont Street especially, is full of fun things to do during your next night out. Stay with us and enjoy a weekend of delicious libations, tasty treats, and some of the world’s best entertainment!