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Discussion in 'Land Based Casinos' started by Antuan, Sep 23, 2017.

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    At the Grand Canal Shoppes at the Venetian, having more than 160 world-class shops in a stunning recreation of Venice wasn't interesting enough. Streetmosphere takes the whole experience far beyond just a shopping center by hosting more than 30 individual small musical and artistic performances every day.


    The morning kicks off with a gondolier parade through the streets to St. Mark's Square. The square is the perfect place to meet up with friends and family, especially at the top of the hour when celebrated musicians perform traditional Italian folk songs and opera singers belt out some of the most beautiful arias in existence. All the while, keep an eye out for the 'living statues' of Streetmosphere, whose complete motionlessness will impress you; and the Artiste del Arte, a musical group who wanders the streets enchanting shoppers with the authentic sounds of Venice.

    An old saying goes that in Las Vegas, “Every night is Saturday night and Saturday night is New Year's Eve.” The people at Bally's and world-renowned crystal company Swarovski took that saying to heart and created one of the most beautiful of Las Vegas free attractions. Towering almost six stories above the Grand Bazaar at Bally's, the Swarovski ball is adorned with over 900 crystals and in excess of 1,800 LED lights, creating a sparkling masterpiece unrivaled on the Strip. Although the spectacular 3-minute show rings in the New Year each and every night of the year, you don't have to stay up to midnight to see it as you can also enjoy Swarovski magic at 9pm each evening.

    In a city packed with iconic structures, none is more beloved than the world-famous 'Welcome to Fabulous Las Vegas, Nevada' sign. Erected in 1959 on the south end of Las Vegas Boulevard where the city met the desert (the back of the sign still reads “Drive Carefully and Come Back Soon”), the sign now sits comfortably inside the city limits, just a few blocks to the south of the Mandalay Bay Hotel and Casino. Built in the median, the sign used to be inaccessible to anyone not crazy enough to run through traffic. Nowadays, though, there is currently a small parking lot next to the sign which is able to be accessed from the southbound side of the road, allowing you to safely snap a selfie with what is undoubtedly the most famous symbol of Las Vegas.

    Las Vegas may be known for many things, but lush green natural beauty is not one of them. While exotic flowers and immaculate shrubbery are hard to find in Vegas' harsh desert landscape, they can be found in abundance inside the Bellagio's incredible Conservatory. The Conservatory is located just off of the hotel's main reception, but before you enter you should probably crane your necks and look overhead to see one of the most incredible sights in all of Vegas – the stunning Fiori di Como glass sculpture by noted artist Dale Chihuly. Intended to be his interpretation of Italian flowers in the spring, the sculpture itself is worth the trip to the Bellagio.
    If you can tear yourself away from the effervescent flowers, far more wonders await you in the Bellagio Conservatory. A staff of 120 brilliant horticulturalists design and maintain the Conservatory, expertly arranging trees, bushes, and flowers into creative displays. The whole Conservatory is transformed every season, with colorful spring flowers, fragrant summer blossoms, and hearty autumn trees all taking their respective places. The holiday display is a winter wonderland boasting a massive Christmas tree, while the new year brings a fantastic set-up celebrating the Chinese New Year. With over 15,000 daily visitors, the earlier you get there, the better.

    Before any TV show hits the air, it is shown countless times to test audiences to see what they think, allowing regular people to influence which shows become hits and which never see the light of day. If you've ever wanted to be part of that process, head on over to the CBS Television City in the MGM Grand and get a chance to tell the bosses at CBS what you think of their shows before anyone else ever sees them. It's not only TV shows being tested either; you might also get the chance to test-drive new video games, mobile apps, computer programs, and more.

    In order to become a part of show business, simply pick up tickets at the entrance to the research center, register for a screening that day, and then line up around 10 minutes before the starting time. Expect to spend about an hour watching the latest offering from CBS, MTV, Nickelodeon, or others. It's especially a great activity for families with teenagers, as children over 10 are welcome as long as they are with an adult – you can learn more at tvcityresearch.com.

    If you tire of flashing neon lights, desert landscapes, and throngs of people, take a break and get whisked away to a tropical avian paradise in the Wildlife Habitat at the Flamingo. This tranquil garden not only features adorable bridges crossing babbling brooks and lush exotic trees, but hundreds of birds normally found thousands of miles from the Las Vegas sands. You can marvel at real South American black swans, gorgeous Chinese pheasants, and the Flamingo's namesake – the bright pink Chilean flamingo. Open from 8am to 8pm every day, the Wildlife Habitat hosts live presentations every day at 8:30am and 11am for those that want to learn more about their amazing feathered friends.

    While it's reasonable to think that Vegas is nothing more than superficial glitz with no culture to be seen, that couldn't be further from the truth. Of Vegas free attractions, few are more enlightening and educational than the Marjorie Barrick Museum on the campus of the University of Nevada, Las Vegas. Housing a mixture of contemporary art, western art, and centuries-old Native American artifacts, nearly everyone will see and learn something entirely new. Open till 5pm Monday though Saturday (closed on Sundays), admission is completely free though if you enjoy it there is a recommended donation of $5. To find out more about their current exhibitions, visit www.unlv.edu/barrickmuseum.

    For many years, Las Vegas didn't have its heart and soul on the Strip, but Downtown among the neon, and glamor of casinos like the Golden Nugget and the Four Queens. Centered around Fremont street, Downtown Las Vegas fell into disrepair for decades, but the 90s saw its resurgence with the pedestrianizing of Fremont street and the installation of the enormous Fremont Street Experience lighting canopy. Stretching 90 feet into the air over five blocks, Viva Vision is the world's largest video screen, featuring over 12.5 million tiny LED lights. Breathtaking light shows take place every hour, delighting millions of visitors a year.
    The Fremont Street Experience is far more than just a fancy light show, however. There are three permanent stages, with each of them hosting free nightly entertainment of varying quality. For a schedule of upcoming shows, go to vegasexperience.com. Additionally, Fremont street has become somewhat of a mecca for buskers and street entertainers, some of whom tend to make the whole area rather less family-friendly, especially after dark. If the Strip is characterized by wealth and luxury, Downtown channels the other Vegas – fun, gritty, naughty, and just plain weird.

    Another reason to head to the revitalized Downtown area is the innovative Downtown Container Park. Made from nearly 50 re-purposed shipping containers and other recycled elements, this open-air shopping center features boutique shops, excellent dining options, and some of the hottest bars downtown. Kids can enjoy the unique free Treehouse playground, which includes a thrilling slide that soars more than three stories into the air. In the meantime, adults can shop, eat, drink, or enjoy some of the best Vegas free shows on the outdoor stage. You can find the Downtown Container Park just off of Fremont street.

    Located just to the east of Fremont Street, naturally, the Fremont East shopping and nightlife district in Downtown Las Vegas is worth a stroll for anyone who loves the classic Vegas look and feel. Festooned with both classic and original neon signs, Fremont East is where the cool kids and hipsters of Las Vegas tend to congregate. Although the majority of this pedestrian-friendly area is comprised of eclectic shops, hip bars and nightclubs, and trendy restaurants, free entertainment can be found in the multitude of street performers who spill over from the packed Fremont Street Experience as well as in the many people-watching opportunities.


    If you find yourself in town on the first Friday of the month, make sure not to miss one of the coolest Vegas free events, the appropriately named First Friday Art Celebration. Held in Downtown in and around the Arts Factory, a unique collective of artists, architects, sculptors, photographers, and musicians, the First Friday festival features dozens of local artists and artisans showing off their unique works of art, jewelry, clothing, and more.

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