Things to Do in Las Vegas for Free

by admin on September 12, 2011

One of the great things about Las Vegas these days is the number of attractions that you can visit and experience for no charge. There are literally dozens of fun things to do in Las Vegas for free, so many you could hardly fit them all into one trip.

So to make things easier for you and to help you decide what to visit, we’ve compiled a list of the best free attractions in Las Vegas.

The Top 10 Free Vegas Attractions

Sirens of TI pirate ship

Sirens of TI pirate ship

  1. The Fountains at Bellagio
  2. The Sirens of TI
  3. Crystals at CityCenter
  4. Conservatory at Bellagio
  5. Lion Habitat at MGM Grand
  6. Mirage Volcano
  7. Fremont Street Experience
  8. Flamingo Wildlife Habitat
  9. Fall of Atlantis show at Caesars
  10. The Grand Canal Shoppes at the Venetian Hotel

All of these attractions are a great deal of fun. In fact, you could spend an entire vacation in Vegas and not even have time to see all the free attractions in town.


In fact, the resorts themselves are all attractions in their own right and well worth the visit. If you haven’t seen the incredible new Aria Hotel and Casino, the amazing Wynn,, with its waterfalls and incredible style, or the vast atrium inside the pyramid-shaped Luxor, you really need to fit them into your trip too if you can.

In addition, the lobby at the Venetian is a masterpiece all by itself, with fresco painted ceilings, grand columns, and tile floors. And the neighboring (and connected) Palazzo Hotel has an amazing lobby of its own that is worth checking out.

Don’t forget about downtown Las Vegas either. While the Fremont Street Experience in downtown made the list above, there are other things to see for free in the area, including the amazing pools at the Golden Nugget (with water slides that run in tubes through aquariums filled with sharks!)

The best way to get around town for little money is on the city-run “Deuce” double-decker buses that run the length of the Strip 24 hours a day and cost only about 7 bucks for an all-day pass. With the pass, you can see all the incredible attractions above for less than the cost of lunch!

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