The Fremont Street is probably the best place in Vegas to be. It is a pedestrian mall that covers almost five blocks of the Fremont Street. The Barolt Vault Canopy is the highlight of this area that presents some mesmerizing moments for the visitors. The entertaining shows start at this very canopy and you get to see some exclusive light shows including more than 12.5 million LED lights that would make the bright Las Vegas a run for some bling.
If you have Las Vegas in movies and any other sorts of visual communication, then you have most likely seen the Fremont Street only. The most spectacular feature of this place is the Viva Vision which refers to the LED light show along with some great sound that comes from 220 speakers. Overall, if there is one show in Vegas that would give you a high without alcohol, it is the Viva Vision. There are other light and sound shows that start every evening. The most popular of these include ‘Lucky Vegas’ and ‘Smoke, Speed and Spinning Wheels’, ‘Area 51’, American Freedom’ and ‘the Drop’.
This Downtown Las Vegas location offers all these shows every day and that too free of cost. The place also holds some concerts and events, which are again free of cost. There are many rock concerts being held at this place all through the year. Therefore, it is unlikely that you are here on some evening and not getting to watch some fabulous concert or light shows. If you wish to see some awe inspiring and amazing vintage neon signs of hotels and casinos from Vegas, then you can visit the Neon Museum where over a hundred of these donated or rescued signs are preserved for public viewing.
This museum is also open all through the year. You can get day tours for $18 for adults and $12 for children, seniors and military personnel and the residents of Nevada. There are night tours as well, which are available for $25 for adults and $22 for all others. Children below 12 years of age are not allowed on these tours. You can get guided tours at any day of the year, but only in the morning between 7:30 to 10 am (depending on the season) due to the extreme heat in the afternoon.