95 Free and Cheap Things to Do in Las Vegas

95 Free and Cheap Things to Do in Las Vegas, Las Vegas, Nevada (B)

Many people picture Las Vegas as an expensive city where one can loose a lot of money gambling. However, there are actually many cheap things to do in Las Vegas and even free things to do in Las Vegas. Las Vegas is the largest city in Nevada and well known for its casinos and the legendary Las Vegas Strip. It is one of the most uncommon cities in the US and probably in the whole world.

Free entertainment is readily available in Las Vegas, Nevada on the Strip and off. You will be amazed at the free fun things you can do in Las Vegas from shows, tours, and drinks.

I will guide you through 95 things people do in Vegas for free. The list includes epic shows, Botanical gardens, massive aquariums, art galleries, self-guided tours, and iconic photo spots, all for free.

The Carnivale de Venezia Show is a Venetian opera and acrobats available at the Venetian Hotel. This free epic opera performance is the best show to watch in Vegas. The classically talented singers, dancers, musicians, jesters, jugglers, and acrobatics are as close as you get to attend a real Venetian festival without ever traveling to Italy. ...... (follow the instructions below for accessing the rest of this article).
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Guide Name: 95 Free and Cheap Things to Do in Las Vegas
Guide Location: USA » Las Vegas
Guide Type: Self-guided Walking Tour (Article (B))
Author: Tim Kroeger
Read it on Author's Website: https://www.universal-traveller.com/free-and-cheap-things-to-do-in-las-vegas/
Sight(s) Featured in This Guide:
  • Carnivale de Venezia Show
  • volcano eruption
  • The Lake of Dreams Light show
  • Fountains of Bellagio
  • Fall of Atlantis
  • Miracle Mile Shops
  • Paris Las Vegas at Le Cabaret
  • Circus Circus Hotel in Las Vegas
  • The Harrah’s Piano Bar
  • Bally’s Swarovski Midnight Celebration
  • world’s giant video screen
  • The Bellagio’s Conservatory and Botanical Gardens
  • The Flamingo Wildlife Habitat
  • High Roller Observation Wheel
  • M&M’s World
  • The botanical cactus garden
  • Saltwater aquarium at Mirage Hotel
  • Massive aquarium at Caesars Palace
  • Silverton Hotel
  • The Fiori di Como
  • Aria Hotel and Casino
  • Vdara Hotel
  • the Veer Towers
  • The Shops at Crystals
  • Cosmopolitan Hotel
  • Michelangelo’s David at Caesars Palace
  • The Art of Richard MacDonald
  • The Venetian
  • Caesars Palace
  • Avengers Station Exhibit
  • Treasure Island Hotel
  • Kalifano
  • Excalibur Castle
  • Fountain of Gods
  • pirate ship
  • The Planet Hollywood
  • Hershey’s Chocolate World
  • World’s Largest Chocolate Fountain
  • Golden Nugget
  • Fremont Street Tunnel
  • SlotZilla
  • Heart Attack Grill
  • Downtown Container Park
  • Praying Mantis Sculpture
  • Las Vegas tram
  • Luxor Sky Beam
  • Little White Wedding Chapel
  • Neon Museum
  • “Welcome to Las Vegas” sign
  • Harrah’s Casino
  • The New York-New York Hotel & Casino
  • LINQ Hotel & Casino
  • Mirage Hotel
  • Walk of Stars Tour
  • MGM Grand
  • Beatles Love Magical Theatre
  • The Paris Hotel
  • Arc de Triomphe
  • Eiffel Tower
  • Empire State Building Replica
  • New York-New York Hotel
  • Lady of Liberty
  • The Brooklyn Bridge Replica
  • Great Sphinx of City of Giza
  • the Great Pyramid of Egypt
  • Luxor Hotel
  • Bellagio
  • Doge’s Palace in Venice
  • the Canals of Venice
  • St Mark’s Square
  • St. Mark’s Campanile Tower
  • Take a Gondola Ride
  • Cancun Resort

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