• Emma Andrews

Free Attractions in Las Vegas



Heading to Las Vegas, but on a tight budget? Besides gambling and costly shows and performances, there are actually many free attractions in Las Vegas if you know where to look!


Here are just 6 I can personally recommend


1. The Bellagio Fountains


The Bellagio Fountains are especially beautiful at night. The dancing water is put to music and the choreography is quite mesmerizing.


2. The Venetian Hotel Artwork


The art work at the Venetian Hotel is quite worthwhile to see. The ceilings are painted with intricate designs. The lobby floor is extremely eye-catching as it is an optical illusion. The second floor also has paintings in the ceilings that make you feel like you are in one of the churches in Italy. If you head to the second floor, you can go to their Grand Canal Shoppes. They have serenading gondoliers, street performers, and living statues. You can really get a feel for old Italy here.


3. The Performances at Circus Circus


The circus acts at the Circus Circus Hotel are fascinating to watch. They are usually every hour until midnight over the casino floors. After the show is over, you can go to the Midway and try your luck with a few video games.


4. Caesar’s Palace Statues


Caesar's Palace animatronic statues are good for a ten minute break. They have laser light shows and dancing waters. All this and they tell the myth of Bacchus or the rise and fall of Atlantis. There are seats all around so you can sit and take a break and be entertained too.


5. Treasure Island Pirate Battle


The Sirens of Treasure Island have a pirate battle on the strip. It is the Las Vegas version of pirates in the Caribbean and well worth stopping by for.


6. The Freemont Experience


One of my favourite memories from my trip to Las Vegas was The Fremont Experience. This is another attraction you can go and view for free. There is live music, street performers, and jugglers. They also have a great laser and light show using some two million light bulbs.


As you can see, there is plenty to do in Vegas that doesn’t have to break the bank and you can have a really good time, without spending too much at all.


Have you found something that is fun to do and free in Vegas? Please let me know!


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