Are you planning a trip to Las Vegas on a tight budget? Not an issue! The Vegas Strip packed with restaurants, shops, casinos, and adventures in every corner. With so many bright things to do, it can be hard to decide on how to spend a vacation. There are many free things to do in Las Vegas for those who are traveling on a tight budget. Check out some of these free things on your next trip to Las Vegas.
The Bellagio Fountains
Probably one of the most iconic attractions in Las Vegas, also the free things to do on the Strip is to enjoy the Bellagio Fountains show. More than a thousand fountains dance in front of the hotel, improved by music and light. The presentation traverses in excess of 1,000 feet with water, taking off as high as 460 feet into the air. Travelers can enjoy the show every day Monday to Friday 3PM-8PM after every 15 Min and 8 PM to Midnight, also on Saturday to Sunday after 1 and half hour 12 PM- 8 PM, after that every 15 Min 8 PM to Midnight.
Mirage Hotel Volcano
If you are looking for free things to do in the Las Vegas, a trip to the Mirage Hotel Volcano is a must to watch Mirage Volcano. Packed with a punch with massive explosions, fireballs, and a soundtrack from the Indian table sensation Zakir Hussain and The obliged Dead’s Mickey Hart. Enjoy fire shooter and a lagoon that shot flames more than 12 feet in the air every day from 7 P.M to 11 P.M after every half hour.
Circus Circus Hotel Circus Acts
Traveling with kids to the Las Vegas Strip? There are no better things to do with kids than enjoying a world’s largest permanent Circus show for free at the Circus Acts. A unique mixture of brilliant world-class circus performers that amaze and amuse guests on the Midway Stage. Find juggling, gymnasts, outrageous trapeze specialists, human pyramids and additional circus act under Circus Circus’ 90-foot tall Big Top.
Fremont Street of dreams
The second most famous street in the Las Vegas, located in the heart of downtown, Fremont Street is home to Viva Vision- the most massive LED video screen in the world. Visitors can enjoy the free concerts, events and roaming street performers throughout the year! If you are in Vegas with kids, then this place is not for you, because of its adult elements. Fremont Street is also a place for the world-famous casinos include Binion’s, Fremont Hotel and Casino, Four Queens, Golden Gate Hotel and many more.
Wynn Hotel fountain of dreams
Lake of Dreams is a free demonstrate that runs daily every half hour starting at 8 pm. The show incorporates a 40-foot cascade with music and amazing symbolism made by more than four thousand lights, dazzling holographic, and display. Make sure to pay a visit to the Wynn Hotel Fountain of dreams to enjoy the show!
Go For a Hike
If you love hiking, explore the Red Rock Canyon hike located a short distance from the Las Vegas Strip! Also, the right place to enjoy a picnic with family and to view plant and animal life.
Fall of Atlantis Fountain Show
One of the most popular free attractions in Las Vegas, located next to the Cheesecake factory in the heart of the Forum Shops inside the Caesars Palace Resort, if you are traveling with children a visit to Fall of Atlantis Fountain Show is a must! It describes the fantasy of the Atlantis utilizes rather amazing Animatronic figures, and in addition, water, fire, haze, and laser impacts. The show portrays how King Atlas couldn’t choose which one of his youngsters to delegate a heir. The show starts daily at 11 A.M. to 10 P.M.
Enjoy the Free 3D movie in M&M World
For Chocolate lovers, a stopover at the M&M World is a must during your trip to Las Vegas! Located next to the MGM Grand hotel, their four-level store is full of color and wonderment. Enjoy the free 3D movie, which is approximately ten minutes long “I Lost My M in Vegas” best for all age group travelers.
Las Vegas Welcome Sign
One of the most popular tourist sights in the Vegas is the “Welcome to Fabulous Las Vegas, Nevada,” the 25-foot-tall sign is situated in the middle at 5100 Las Vegas Boulevard South. You can’t leave Vegas without taking a picture with the iconic sign!
This list of free things to do in the Las Vegas is endless, but with the things mentioned above to do on the Strip is enough to plan your trip on a tight budget. Make sure to also pay a visit to other famous attractions include Hershey’s Chocolate World, Carnival Court at Harrah’s, Bellagio Conservatory & Botanical Gardens, take a photo with a million dollars, Venetian Streetmosphere and more! So what are you waiting for? Pack your luggage and come for a visit – you won’t be repentant it.