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In other words, Downtown Las Vegas is a neighborhood in transition. During our recent trip to Las Vegas, visiting downtown was at the top of.


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From the Fremont Street Experience to the Neon Museum there are plenty of fun things to do and attractions to see in Downtown Las Vegas.


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Watch videos on the ceiling The most well-known part of downtown is the Fremont Street Experience, a pedestrian walkway closed to traffic and covered by an overhead canopy. Follow him on Twitter rkachelriess. To get even further into the old-school spirit, grab a seat at Bar Prohibition! Courtesy of Commonwealth. He's planning where to begin his Fremont Street beer crawl. Slotzilla is a story replica of a slot machine that shoots out two levels of zip lines, including one where participants are horizontal superhero-style. A lot of Downtown restaurants come and go, but Carson Kitchen manages to not only survive, but thrive. Goodman himself shows up frequently, trademark martini in hand, and hosts a regular dinner series that's full of juicy stories about the mob days. The neon cowboy who makes smoking seem cool again. Detour to Carson Kitchen A lot of Downtown restaurants come and go, but Carson Kitchen manages to not only survive, but thrive. The Golden Gate has been around for more than a century and is undergoing a major renovation and expansion after taking over Mermaids next store. Social Media Links.{/INSERTKEYS}{/PARAGRAPH} This best way to check out the size and scope of the Fremont Street Experience could be from the air. {PARAGRAPH}{INSERTKEYS}Forget about the Strip -- at least for now. Wash that steak down with a martini Oscar's Steakhouse at the Plaza mixes tasty hunks of red meat with a classic Vegas atmosphere that would make the Rat Pack, or maybe Bugsy Siegel, proud. But there's still plenty of cool history to check out, including vintage whiskey bottles and an authentic replica of the very first telephone in Vegas. Wander around old shipping containers Like Navy Pier in Chicago, the Downtown Container Park in Vegas is one of those places locals usually only visit when they have relatives in town. Make your way downtown to Fremont Street, the tourist-driven destination that's all about classic neon marquees, gift shops, and the stench of beer. Get a late-night slice of pizza Vegas has plenty of good pizza joints, but let's face it -- Pizza Rock smokes the rest. You may not win big on the casino floor, but the Golden Nugget offers a vulgar display of wealth near the North Tower lobby. Fremont Street Experience. Yet Vic stuck around and is now puffing on heaters by a souvenir shop near the Golden Nugget. Thrillist Serves. Drink an Old Fashioned at a coffee shop Keep walking east on Fremont and once the neighborhood starts to look a little shady, you'll come across PublicUs, a coffee shop that offers much more than cold brew and WiFi. Courtesy of Oscar's Steakhouse. Go on a beer crawl Wherever you go on the street, you'll find plenty of beer to drink. It's pretty cool, even though it's so large that it blocks most of the view from Fremont East. You've seen him a zillion times. 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Zip line off a giant slot machine This best way to check out the size and scope of the Fremont Street Experience could be from the air. Soak in its majesty before returning to the slot machines with some much-needed inspiration. Have a drink on the down low The Golden Gate has been around for more than a century and is undergoing a major renovation and expansion after taking over Mermaids next store. The iconic marquee originally marked the entrance to the Pioneer Club, which closed down years ago. Its own lineup of craft beers competes with the top options in Vegas. Is Green Day classic rock now? If you're out late, grab a slice from the walk-up to-go window. The D Las Vegas has always favored festive fun over subtle elegance. Alternate between cocktails and absinthe Before the craft cocktail revolution took hold, the Downtown Cocktail Room was a few steps ahead of the game in Las Vegas. The most well-known part of downtown is the Fremont Street Experience, a pedestrian walkway closed to traffic and covered by an overhead canopy. Chris Wessling. It's a historic stretch of Las Vegas that's become a lot busier and more boisterous in recent years -- and in between the penny slots and street performers, there's plenty of cool stuff you'll want to check out. Carson Kitchen is also in the process of expanding into the old tattoo parlor next door, which will relocate the bar and open up some much-needed space. Wherever you go on the street, you'll find plenty of beer to drink. Swim with sharks Head to the Golden Nugget's pool area and check out The Tank, a ,gallon aquarium in which five different shark species manage to get along surprisingly well with the stingrays and other exotic fish. Courtesy of Slotzilla. Before the craft cocktail revolution took hold, the Downtown Cocktail Room was a few steps ahead of the game in Las Vegas. Travel to the west end and you'll come across Main Street Station, a casino that has its own brewery inside. You can also enjoy an outdoor movie during the summer months. Courtesy of Pizza Rock. You can find the Downtown restaurant just a block north of Fremont on Third and Ogden. Vegas has plenty of good pizza joints, but let's face it -- Pizza Rock smokes the rest. The punch bowls are good for large groups and the deep absinthe selection is good for anyone with an ambitious spirit. The Hand of Faith is the largest gold nugget on public display in the world today, weighing in at 61 pounds, 11 ounces. Long known for its adventurous nature, the creations are designed by a mad scientist-like team of mixologists eager to experiment with a menu that changes several times a year. With sound booming for about three blocks, you'll see nightly shows usually on the hour between 6pm-1am with music and images paying tribute to holidays, events, and classic rock bands ranging from The Who and Queen to Bon Jovi and Green Day. The best bet, however, is Banger Brewing in front of the Neonopolis. Courtesy of Golden Nugget. Named in honor of former mayor and mob lawyer Oscar Goodman, the restaurant has a vibrant happy hour and a distinctive circular dining room that's been featured in movies like Casino and boasts some colorful Downtown views. The statue, often dressed in different outfits based on seasonal events, is "signed to a year contract," making him the longest entertainment residency in Vegas history. Sometimes the wait for a table can be long, but additional rooftop seating opens when the weather is right. Fun fact: his hat needed to be trimmed down to fit underneath the Fremont Street Experience canopy. The cool part is the waterslide that passes directly through the center of the tank, an immersive experience that's both beautiful and terrifying at the same time. Oscar's Steakhouse at the Plaza mixes tasty hunks of red meat with a classic Vegas atmosphere that would make the Rat Pack, or maybe Bugsy Siegel, proud.