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Fremont St, Las Vegas Boulevard

Ranked 1st best street in Las Vegas Boulevard
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5/5
2yrs+

"A great street to visit"

the freemont street experience is a sight to behold, the street dead ends at freemont st. & 4th st. there are several historical casinos there that have all come together to build a cover on top of the street that lights up at night like a giant tv. theres always alot of people there and they serve giant margaritas for a few bucks (last time i went) this is the second best place to visit in las vegas.

also of notable mention freemont st. was the first paved street in las vegas.
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4/5
2yrs+

"Fremont Street Experience is the Viva Vision canopy and light show"

The most obvious and largest part of the Fremont Street Experience is the Viva Vision canopy and light show. The canopy towers 90 feet above the ground and spans the length of five football fields. Featuring more than 12 million LED modules and 555,000-watt sound system, the light show attracts tourists and locals alike.

Inside the Fremont Street Experience building, a master control room delivers all the magic to the Viva Vision light show. Technicians have only three minutes to load the show on the big screen. They are assisted by eight high-tech computers that intertwine the light, visual and audio systems.

Cameras are mounted on the actual Viva Vision screen and transmit a live video feed to a row of LCD screens inside the control room so technicians can monitor the show.

While the Viva Vision canopy is an amazing wonder, the Fremont Street Experience is more than just choreographed lights and sounds.
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5/5
2yrs+

"Place for live entertainment!"

A place located in downtown Vegas that offers a traveller live entertainment and fun! There is a big breathtaking screen there called the Viva Vision Screen on which there is a free light show daily beginning at dusk. It is one of the largest screens in the world with 12 million lights and sounds coming from 220 speakers! There are also various casinos, hotels and restaurants on the street. Definitely a place full of excitement and fun!
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4/5
2yrs+

"Nice street to visit"

Fremont Street in Las Vegas is a high end retail area. It has everything you could ever dream of wanting. It connects up with Fremont street experience which is a really fun place that has a huge movie screen roof and games and cocktails. Away from this area, Fremont Street passes by a lot of hotels, most of which have pools.
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5/5
2yrs+

"One of the bestest in Las Vegas"

Fremont street is a famous and one of the best streets in Las Vegas. No street in Las Vegas is as popular as this one. The street is beautiful and rich in every aspect, may it be culture, history of finace. Most of the high end stores are located over here, along with some great expensive hotels offering a luxurious stay. The street is not a highway route here but is most visited and most talked about in Las Vegas. There are, I think around ten casinos on this street. The high end hotels and casinos itself serve as landmarks for this small street.
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