It's a shame, because it has/had potential, but skip the Fremont Street Experience. This was supposed to be an alternative to the main Las Vegas strip. It consists of the original Las Vegas casinos preserved in a pedestrian only area of a few blocks all under a high tech canopy that is supposed to present shows at night using a multitude of LED lights up about 3 stories overhead along the entire three block length. The vintage casinos have all the original tacky glitz from the neon and blinking lights to the showgirls dancing on bars and tables indoors. Parking will cost you $20 unless you pay to see a show to get a parking voucher. The pedestrian walk area is an all out attack on your senses. There is way to much visual and audio stimulation with nothing attractive to look at. We got there a little before 7pm with shows scheduled on the hour. There was no show at 7 as scheduled. We waited until after 8 and all we saw on the canopy was advertisements for gambling and the like. Apparently the city of Las Vegas will provide anyone a permit to be a "street performer" by paying a nominal fee. There were dozens of these "artists" all over the area. It wasn't entertaining. There are a lot of people so drunk they literally cannot walk and you have to be careful about being bumped into by someone not in control. If you've ever wanted to see how a dystopian society could turn out, this is where you should go. Check out the Smith Center for the Performing Arts located nearby or go see the Grand Canyon instead.
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