Las Vegas: Beyond the Strip

Nevada, Las Vegas Guide (B): Las Vegas: Beyond the Strip

What can you do in Las Vegas if you’re not interested in gambling, nightclubs, or extreme roller coasters? Why, look at art of course, and if you’re me, it’s street art. Las Vegas is a treasure trove of amazing art!

Shortly before our visit I learned about some large scale pieces (thank you social media), and once we decided that Las Vegas would be our “rest” stop between Los Angeles and Zion National Park, I started researching what else might be available to view! I’d hit the jackpot! Yes, pun intended! There was literally art around and on every corner!

There was so much to see, my head was spinning, or maybe that was the effect of the 112 degree temperatures, and burning pavement? Maybe both? The heat prevented me from exploring the area the way I would have liked, but we managed to see quite a lot. Thankfully many of the works are close to one another.

You’ll find all this amazing art in Downtown Las Vegas, and more specifically in the Fremont East District. Downtown Las Vegas has experienced a major revitalization, and Fremont Street is the second most popular destination in the city after the famed Las Vegas Strip. ...... (follow the instructions below for accessing the rest of this article).
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Guide Name: Las Vegas: Beyond the Strip
Guide Location: USA » Las Vegas
Guide Type: Self-guided Walking Tour (Article (B))
Sight(s) featured in this guide: Zion National Park   Fremont Street   Plaza Hotel   6th and Ogden   6th & Stewart   7th between Ogden & Steward  
Author: Hilary Gudgel
Read it on author's website: https://hilarystyle.me/2017/08/01/las-vegas-beyond-the-strip/

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