50 Incredible Free Things to do in Las Vegas
Sometimes it seems like the only way to enjoy Vegas is to risk losing money gambling, paying a lot for shows, or eating at expensive restaurants. But there are tons of free things to do if you know where to look. Most of these are family friendly too!
From shows and concerts to nature walks and art exhibits, check out this list of 50 free things to do in Vegas!
1. Bellagio’s Symphony of Fountains
Prepare to be mesmerized by this breathtaking water and light show! Choreographed to a concert of classical, opera, Broadway and pop music, this 15 minute aquatic jaw dropper can be viewed from many locations in the Bellagio, or right from the Strip sidewalk. For show times, check the Bellagio website. This is probably the most popular free things to do in Las Vegas.
2. See Exploding Fireballs from the Mirage Volcano
Feel your heart pound as this Vegas volcano begins to rumble, and escalating to explosions of fire spray and steam. Set to a soundtrack of The Grateful Dead’s Mickey Hart and Indian tabla star Zakir Hussain, Mirage’s Volcano erupts nightly at the entrance of the casino, Sunday-Thursday 8PM & 9PM, Friday-Sunday 8PM, 9PM, and 10PM.
3. Fun by Foot Through Connected Casinos
Stroll seamlessly from one casino to another via connecting sidewalk entrances found along the Strip—the best way to visit multiple must see casinos all in one day! Be sure to take advantage of pedestrian crosswalks and bridges for safe and fast crossing over large intersections.
4. Step Back In Time With A Vintage Vegas Sign Photo Op
The iconic Welcome to Fabulous Las Vegas Sign with its historic Americana design is definitely worth a photo op! Located on the south end of Las Vegas Boulevard, stop there on your way into town and start making memories. (A small free lot available if it’s too busy to simply pull over.)
5. Visit Venice Right In Vegas
The Grand Canal Shoppes at the Venetian have turned strolling and shopping into an exquisite tour through the Venice Canals. Cross the bridges, stop at a water front café, watch the Gondolas, eat gelato on the piazza, and enjoy the roaming opera singers and performance artists. Just know the same rule applies to the real Venice canals—don’t jump in!
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