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Golden Nugget Las Vegas: Our most recommended tours and activities

Las Vegas: Panoramic Night Tour with Live Guide

1. Las Vegas: Panoramic Night Tour with Live Guide

Discover Las Vegas on an open-top sightseeing bus tour. The panoramic evening tour takes you past iconic landmarks such as the Bellagio Fountains where you can catch a glimpse of the musical production at the Bellagio resort casino, choreographing lights, water, and music for a captivating display. As you gaze at the astounding replica of the Luxor Sphinx, which is rumored that the Egyptian-themed resort is haunted, more than any other hotel or casino in Sin City. On the two and a half hour ride you will also see places like Brewery Row, MGM Lion, Statue of Liberty, Arts & Antique District, Wedding Row and more. Immerse yourself in the best that downtown has to offer with live entertainment, street artists, costumed entertainers and of course the world-famous Viva Vision Light Show on Fremont Street where you will have a chance to hop off to explore.

Las Vegas: Fremont Street Experience Walking Tour

2. Las Vegas: Fremont Street Experience Walking Tour

Las Vegas began on Fremont Street and you will experience the raw struggle as a tiny railroad stop in the middle of the desert became: First the gambling capital of the world; Then The City of Entertainment. Come with a retired history teacher to see how gangsters like Bugsy Siegel, Meyer Lansky and Tony "The Hat" Cornero molded early Las Vegas. You'll enjoy eclectic Street Entertainers, experience neon signs and 60-pound golden nuggets. You'll enjoy the stories of the people who developed "Sin City" and became winners, and losers. ITINERARY *We meet at the Downtown Container Park and you experience the Art and Entertainment (and a flaming Mantis) of the East Fremont District *You explore the clubs, restaurants, bars and oddities during our walk of the Fremont East District *We then experience the El Cortez, the first Mob-owned casino in Las Vegas, with its stories of Bugsy Siegel, Irish Kelly Green and haunted rooms. *You'll then experience the manic party that is the Fremont Street Experience as we walk along, enjoying the music, the lights, and the often risque Street Entertainers. *We will explore the Golden Nugget, with the stories of "Captain Guy" McAfee and Steve Wynn turning a sawdust-on-the-floor gambling parlor into a 4-star resort. Along the line we will check out a massive golden nugget, Chihuly glass and people "Swimming with the Sharks." *We continue exploring the old and the new - the Cowgirl Vegas Vicky and Cowboy Vegas Vic, the original Las Vegas Red Light District and much more. We end up near Circa Resort, with a jumping party all around you waiting for you to join.

Las Vegas: Mob Vegas Downtown Walking Tour with Mob Museum

3. Las Vegas: Mob Vegas Downtown Walking Tour with Mob Museum

Venture beyond the glitz of The Strip and discover a whole different side of Las Vegas: when mobsters ran the Sin City casinos. This small-group walking tour is led by a travel writer and retired history teacher who has written several books on Las Vegas. Named Best Local Tour Guide in the Las Vegas Visitor Guide 2023! Includes entry into the Museum of Law Enforcement and Organized Crime (AKA The Mob Museum). This is approximately a four hour walking tour. Itinerary: We meet at Downtown Container Park at the corner of Fremont Street and 7th Street. Explore the El Cortez casino - known as the first Las Vegas mob-owned casino. Experience the Fremont East area as we learn about the mob lawyer mayors of Las Vegas Explore gangster-tied casinos Binion's and Golden Nugget Entry into the National Museum of Law Enforcement and Organized Crime - aka the Mob Museum If you want to really get into what Las Vegas was all bout during the "Mob Days," this is the tour for you.

Las Vegas: Fremont Street Experience & Downtown Walking Tour

4. Las Vegas: Fremont Street Experience & Downtown Walking Tour

Watch the history of Las Vegas collide with the technological and artistic present of modern-day Fremont on a guided walking tour. Venture on a 100+ year journey through the history of Las Vegas as you explore the sights of Downtown Las Vegas. Marvel at the lights of Freemont Street’s Viva Vision. Your adventure begins at the centerpiece of the revitalization of the East Fremont District: Downtown Container Park. Follow your guide through the 20,000-square-foot outdoor shopping and entertainment complex built completely with repurposed shipping containers. From the newest construction on East Fremont, head next to one of the oldest: El Cortez Hotel and Casino. This casino has a checkered history of being owned by one of the Mob’s most notorious figures, Bugsy Siegel. Discover the best sights in the casino, hear stories of Mob rule in Vegas, and see why El Cortez is on the National Register of Historic Places. Then, continue strolling through East Fremont Street, checking out some of the best restaurants, bars, and public art displays. The next five blocks will overwhelm your senses as you enter The Fremont Street Experience. This is a pedestrian mall and attraction that will put you underneath the world’s largest big screen, Viva Vision. This modern, 1,500-foot canopied screen will amaze you with wild visual displays. While touring through these blocks, your guide will take you in and out of the oldest and newest casinos on Fremont Street. See the best sights at casinos, such as the Golden Nugget, Binion’s Horseshoe, Four Queens, and Circa. Learn the true history of Las Vegas through these properties and get to see attractions like a shark aquarium swimming pool, vintage coin-operated slot machines, the world’s largest golden nugget, a piece of the Blarney stone, former Rat Pack hangouts, the Mob Museum, neon lights, and more.

Las Vegas: Private 2-hour Guided Sidecar Tour with Drink

5. Las Vegas: Private 2-hour Guided Sidecar Tour with Drink

A 2-hour sidecar motorcycle guided tour in Las Vegas offers an unforgettable adventure that takes you through the iconic Las Vegas Strip to downtown, where you can see historic landmarks, colorful street art, and enjoy a unique perspective of the city. This thrilling experience allows you to ride in a vintage sidecar motorcycle with an experienced guide, who will take you on an exciting journey that includes stops at popular photo spots, such as the famous "Welcome to Fabulous Las Vegas" sign, Fremont Street, and the Arts District. Along the way, you'll hear fascinating stories about the city's history, culture, and famous attractions. See the world-famous Welcome to Las Vegas sign, stop for a photo op at the city most iconic landmark designed by Betty Willis and erected in 1959, the sign has become a symbol of Las Vegas and a popular tourist attraction. The sign's design features a neon-lit starburst, a bold "Welcome" greeting, and a classic art deco style. Then ride through stunning Bellagio, famous for its impressive fountain show, which is set to music and features more than 1,200 water jets shooting water up to 460 feet into the air. The hotel's lobby also features a stunning glass ceiling made up of more than 2,000 hand-blown glass flowers. In addition to its famous fountain show, the Bellagio is also home to an art gallery, botanical gardens, a conservatory, and several high-end restaurants. The hotel has been featured in many movies and TV shows, including "Ocean's Eleven" and "The Hangover." Pass by the towering Stratosphere that features a 1,149-foot-tall tower, which is the tallest freestanding observation tower in the United States. Experience the vibrant atmosphere of Fremont Street named after American explorer John C. Fremont that was once the city's main thoroughfare. Today, it is known for its lively atmosphere and popular attractions such as the Fremont Street Experience, which features a giant Led canopy and a variety of street performers. Fremont Street is also home to several iconic casinos, including the Golden Nugget and the Four Queens. It is a must-visit destination for anyone looking to experience the energy and excitement of Las Vegas beyond the famous Strip. Finally learn about the city's colorful history in Arts District also known as 18b, it is a vibrant neighborhood located south of downtown Las Vegas. In the 1990s, the city started investing in the area, and it has since become a hub for artists, musicians, and creative entrepreneurs. The district is home to numerous galleries, vintage shops, restaurants, and bars, and hosts a popular monthly First Friday event featuring live music, food trucks, and art exhibits. The colorful murals and street art found throughout the area have also made it a popular spot for Photos Ride in style and comfort on our classic Ural sidecar motorcycle with a knowledgeable and friendly guide. This is a unique and unforgettable way to see the best of Las Vegas.

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What people are saying about Golden Nugget Las Vegas

Overall rating

4.3 / 5

based on 834 reviews

While frequent Vegas weekenders we had not visited Fremont street in years. Our guide Ron was both knowledgeable and had great little fun facts/stories. It was great to visit all the OG casinos and see what they have to offer. Recommend for a nice quick tour.

I really enjoyed this tour, the staff was awesome, the bus driver was very nice and the tour guide made it very fun, he was very knowledgeable about the city.

Great fun we didn’t know about Fremont street had a terrific time. Go when vagas is celebrating hellawen. Well informed fun driver.

Very informative, great way to see the strip, wrap up warm in the winter months it’s cold.

The night view is awesome. Despite the cold it is awesome!