Top Free Things To Do in Las Vegas

You don’t have to spend a lot of money to have the time of your life in Las Vegas. There is plenty to do on the Strip and the great thing about Las Vegas is, there is something for everyone. Here are some great free things to do that will make your Vegas experience even more enjoyable.

  • The Park

    Explore The Park Las Vegas and discover the energy and excitement of Las Vegas’ newest must-see neighborhood. There are a number of popular restaurant options, many with happy hour specials, and free live music, making it the perfect place to meet before or after a show at T-Mobile Arena or the Park Theater. It’s also a great place for people watching. While exploring all that The Park has to offer, be sure to check out the breathtaking 40-ft tall Bliss Dance sculpture in the center of The Park. 

  • KÀ 360 by Cirque du Soleil

    KÀ 360 by Cirque du Soleil is a must-see, complimentary, open house that provides an up-close look at how the KÀ production team creates jaw-dropping shows night after night. Open to the public Tuesdays at 11:00am and 11:30am and Saturdays at 12:00 pm and 12:30pm, guests can join the tour at MGM Grand and be transported into the world of KÀ while being introduced to the history and background of the show. Purchase tickets after the tour and receive a voucher for a complimentary gift redeemable at the KÀ Box Office.

  • Magical Technical Tour of The Beatles LOVE

    The Beatles LOVE by Cirque du Soleil presents - Magical Technical Tour, a display of the magical world behind the rigging, props, lighting, projections, and wardrobe that makes Beatles LOVE the amazing production that it is. Enjoy this free inside access to the Beatles LOVE Theater on Fridays from 1:00PM to 1:30 PM and experience the cutting-edge brighter, bolder, and bigger technology behind The Beatles LOVE. Make sure to check the website for dark dates. After the show, obtain a special attendee offer to present at the Box Office or Concierge when purchasing tickets for the actual show. We guarantee you will leave humming your favorite Beatles tune once the tour is over.

  • The Fountains at Bellagio

    The Fountains at Bellagio are a must-see on the Las Vegas strip. Watch in awe as dynamic performances of choreographed water, music and light mesmerize its admirers. No performance is the same as each is unique in expression and set to numerous opera, classical, Broadway, and pop tunes. Watching the majestic performance at night is recommended as there is nothing like seeing the powerful bursts of water and light set against the Las Vegas sky. However, watching this icon in action any afternoon is like watching magic dance on water.

  • The Mirage Volcano

    Bring the whole family to watch this explosive volcano shoot fireballs more than 12 feet in the air.  Showing at 8pm and 9pm every night with additional showings on Friday and Saturday, this 5 minute show is beautiful to watch. The Volcano is easy to spot as it is located outside the Las Vegas Boulevard main entrance directly on the Strip.

  • Free Gaming Lessons

    It’s time for you to learn how to play like the pros. Several hotels on the strip offer free gaming lessons daily. Whether you are brushing up on your skills or just a beginner, take advantage of the free gaming lessons and you will be a pro in no time. Luxor offers free Craps, Black Jack and Roulette lessons daily at 12 Noon. If you always wanted to learn how to play Poker, Excalibur provides free lessons daily at 12 noon.

  • Fine Art

    If you are a lover of fine arts, the Delano Art Series and the ARIA Fine Art Collection are a must-see. Rotated quarterly, and offering a variety of mediums from photography and 2-dimensional wall art to fashion and sculpture, the Delano Art Series provides an added dimension to the Delano Las Vegas experience. Arrange a free walking tour to view the ARIA Fine Art Collection and discover sculptures, paintings and large-scale installations located all around the ARIA.

    The walls of Park MGM are lined with art collections of commissioned and curated works that pay tribute to nature through the lens of urban parks and the Nevada desert. Other decorative artwork can be found around the property in spaces. For example, the casino cage showcases paintings by Claire Basler, the pool promenade is lined with over-life size wall reliefs by Frank Plant, and David Oliviera's wire sculptures are located in the high-rise elevator lobbies.

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