Fremont Street Shopping Walk, Las Vegas

It’s time to leave the casinos and do a little shopping and there’s no better place to fill your suitcase with lovely clothes and souvenirs than Fremont Street which is famous for its shopping opportunities. There is so much to see and do along this street that it will be hard to know where to start. Check out Emergency Arts housed in an old building especially renovated for this fun store. Here you will find locally made clothes and jewelry, sculptures and paintings and great unique souvenirs. Move on to Neonopolis, a huge mall which has shops, an art museum, snack bars and a bowling alley run by a drag queen. It also boasts the world’s biggest gay club. Wander through Downtown Container Park – you won’t be disappointed! This exceptional site is built out of shipping containers stacked one upon another and is pretty amazing in itself, to say nothing of the host of charming small shops and art galleries, bars and restaurants. No shopping expedition would be complete without visiting the Fremont Street Experience, the huge pedestrian shopping mall. You will find just about everything to offer friends as small gifts, and also pick up souvenirs of Las Vegas. This mall attracts tourists and street performers follow along, so while you are exploring this fascinating area, you’ll get plenty of free entertainment!
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Fremont Street Shopping Walk Map

Guide Name: Fremont Street Shopping Walk
Guide Location: USA » Las Vegas
Guide Type: Self-guided Walking Tour (Discovery)
Travel Distance: 1.2 km
Author: Dee

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