Get &20 off one admission ticket at the Louie Anderson Live show when you purchase the Discover Downtown Adventure Guide. Emmy award winning comedian Louie Anderson, one of the most versatile and successful comedians, shares his childhood ups and downs as one of 11 children from Minnesota, in his hilarious live show.
Get free shrimp cocktail and a free drink at Golden Gate Hotel & Casino when you purchase the Discover Downtown Adventure Guide. The Golden Gate is Las Vegas’ most historic hotel and casino, opening in 1906 at One Fremont Street. The hotel’s new luxury suites present a fresh and contemporary feel, blended with styling that spans the decades.
Get 2 for 1 at Chill Spot when you purchase theDiscover Downtown Adventure Guide. ChillSpot offers many delicious treats great for a warm day. Stop by to get on of their famous Sasa pops or even their liquid nitrogen ice cream.
Get 20% off at Ultimate Sports Cards and Memorabilia when you purchase the Discover Downtown Adventure Guide. Ultimate Sports Cards and Memorabilia cater to sports enthusiasts of all ages. Whether you’re trying to complete your vintage sets, hunting down that unique piece of memorabilia, or just looking for the hottest new boxes, they’ve got you covered.
Many of the new cool happenings in Downtown Vegas are because of Fremont East.
When you book a tour with Discover Downtown you will get the full experience of Fremont Street history and current deals on food, drinks, and plays.
Get 20% off at Toy Shack when you purchase the Discover Downtown Adventure Guide. Owned by Johnny Jimenez, the “toy guy” from the hit TV show Pawn Stars, Toy Shack offers thousands of collectible toys while giving you a walk down memory lane. Find lost treasures at this vintage toy shop.
Do you want to know more about the history of Downtown Las Vegas. You can take the Discover Downtown tour, the official guide to Vegas.
We talk alot of Downtown Las Vegas but we can not forget about The Strip aka Las Vegas Blvd. Learn more about the names of Las Vegas streets by taking our Las Vegas history tour. Book your Downtown Las Vegas tour now.
On December 1st 2010, Tony Hsieh, CEO of Zappos announced that the online retail shoe giant would move it’s cooperate headquarters to downtown Las Vegas. Zappos occupies the old City Hall building and their new location has influenced growth and economic resurgence in Downtown. Mr. Hsieh and associates not only brought their business downtown, but also have started what they call the …
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