A five-storey, 600,000 cubic feet industrial space is transformed for this walkthrough exhibit.
Take an electric-scooter tour with Trikke Las Vegas to see colourful murals in the downtown Arts District.
El Cortez Hotel & Casino, located in Fremont East, opened in 1941. Its vibe still reflects old-school Vegas with vintage 1950s decor. Have a drink at Siegel’s 1941, named for mobster and former hotel owner Bugsy Siegel.
Grab a beer at Atomic Liquors, the oldest free-standing bar in Las Vegas. During the Cold War, locals would drink on the tavern’s rooftop to watch the mushroom clouds from A-bomb blasts about 65 km away.
The Neon Museum is a shrine to old Las Vegas signage. Book a guided tour of the outdoor Neon Boneyard to see both rusting and restored vintage signs.
*visit neonmuseum.org for information on health and safety requirements regarding Covid-19
Head down a back alley to get to La Comida where the menu includes authentic Mexican dishes and more than a dozen kinds of margaritas.
Walk along the First Street Art Trail (on First Street between Boulder and Bridger Avenues) and stop to admire the creative street art.