Frequently Asked Questions regarding the Las Vegas Pop Culture Tours

We meet up on the steps of the Mob Museum Downtown, 300 Stewart Avenue and the tour ends at the Container Park, 707 E Fremont, in the Fremont East District, a cool art, bar & restaurant neighborhood.

Yes, there are two parking lots adjacent to the Mob Museum, and there is some street side metered parking nearby.

Yes, our tour is a premium small group, with a maximum number of 6 people. It’s more like your own private experience of Downtown!
The tour lasts about two hours, ending just before noon. It’s an easy walk of about 14 blocks.

We offer a complimentary cocktail or beverage as part of the tour. Most often, but not always, we will enjoy this at the Parlor Bar of the famed El Cortez Hotel and Casino.

  • The Fremont Street Experience (the largest video screen in the world);
  • Spectacular neon signs including the famed neon cowboy known as Vegas Vic;
  • Some of the most legendary historic casinos in Las Vegas like the Golden Nugget;
  • Some famous Downtown movie locations like Back To The Future;
  • The buskers (street performers) with our favorites being the feathered showgirls and Elvis impersonators;
  • The oldest Pawn Shop, the first elevator, and oldest hotel in Las Vegas;
  • A chandelier from the famed Figaro Opera House of Paris (now featured inside a casino);
  • The historic Downtown bar where Frank Sinatra and the Rat Pack hung out;
  • The very spot where Las Vegas was founded in 1905;
  • The first neon sign restored by the Neon Museum in 1996;
  • An historic hotel once owned by infamous mobster, Bugsy Seigel;
  • A new redevelopment district, Fremont East with cozy cool restaurants, bars, and a mural collection by world renowned artists;
  • The Container Park, a pop up retail and cultural complex made of shipping containers;
  • and the Praying Mantis, a fire sculpture from the Burning Man festival.

Visit the Talk the Walk blog and read some of our tour wrap-ups and reviews!

Frequently asked questions about Downtown Las Vegas and Fremont Street

The short answer is yes, but there are some rules.

  • No glass containers or aluminum cans are allowed on Fremont Street
  • No open containers are allowed if the alcohol was not purchased within the Fremont Street area
  • Open containers are allowed only when in a plastic or paper container
  • Open containers are allowed only when legally purchased from a Fremont Street bar, restaurant, or casino

Most casinos and bars that sell drinks on Fremont Street will have plastic containers and togo cups that are legal to carry while on Fremont Street.

Depending on where you are starting from on the strip, it can be anywhere from 2 miles from the STRAT up to 6 miles from Mandalay Bay. There are many options for getting around Las Vegas

Fremont Street can be traveled by car east of Las Vegas Blvd. Starting at Las Vegas Blvd and traveling west through the Fremont Street Experience is restricted to foot traffic only. 

Fremont Street does not have any age restrictions and there are many sights to see for children. However, parents should use their discretion  when bringing children to Fremont Street as crowds, concerts, and other events take place often. 

There is a curfew for unaccompanied children under the age of 18, as follows: Friday and Saturday, 9:00 p.m. to 5:00 a.m. from Main Street to N Maryland Pkwy and from Stewart Ave to E Bridger Ave.