Cultural Corridor, Las Vegas Places

Part of our Las Vegas travel guide; our list of the best things to see in Cultural Corridor, including Neon Museum, Las Vegas 51s and Heart Attack Grill.
  • The best place in Cultural Corridor Las Vegas: Neon Museum

    Neon Museum

    810 Las Vegas Blvd N
    An outdoor lot loaded with huge signs that once twinkled in front of the Silver Slipper, Stardust, and El Cortez. See the giant horseshoe made of thousands of gold-colored light bulbs!
    Cultural Corridor food nearby
  • Las Vegas 51s

    Las Vegas 51s

    Cashman Field
    Triple-A baseball club affiliate of the Toronto Blue Jays, the 51s have been in Las Vegas longer than any other professional sports team. The 51s began as the Las Vegas Stars in 1983 and were affiliated with the San Diego Padres. In 2000, the Stars cut ties with San Diego and became the affiliate of the Los Angeles Dodgers and changed their name to the 51s, a reference to Area 51. The 51s have won 2 Pacific Coast League crowns and 8 division titles.
    Cultural Corridor eat nearby
  • Heart Attack Grill

    Heart Attack Grill

    450 Fremont St
    Cultural Corridor
  • Binion's Ranch Steakhouse

    Binion's Ranch Steakhouse

    128 Fremont St
    Good Food. Good Whiskey. Good Gamble.
    Cultural Corridor
  • Triple George Grill

    Triple George Grill

    201 N 3rd St
    Las Vegas hospitality takes many forms, and Fifth Street Gaming covers them all – from casinos and hotels to restaurants and bars. With appeal to both Las Vegas locals and tourists in Downtown Las Vegas and on the Las Vegas Strip, Fifth Street Gaming’s properties include six thriving Las Vegas and North Las Vegas casinos and gaming taverns, numerous unique and inviting Las Vegas restaurant and bar concepts and the upcoming Downtown Grand Casino & Hotel, scheduled to open in 2013 as the center of an ambitious four-block redevelopment project in a resurgent, vibrant Downtown Las Vegas.
    Cultural Corridor
  • La Bayou Casino

    La Bayou Casino

    15 Fremont Street
    La Bayou is a casino located on the Fremont Street Experience in Las Vegas, Nevada. The casino's only gaming options are 125 slot and video poker machines, there are no table games or sportsbooks. La Bayou is also one of the few casinos in Las Vegas that still has slot machines that cash out in real money.
    Cultural Corridor restaurants nearby
  • Main Street Station

    Main Street Station

    200 N Main St
    The Main Street Station Hotel and Casino and Brewery is a hotel and casino located in Downtown Las Vegas, Nevada. It is owned by Boyd Gaming Corporation. The casino is connected to California Hotel and Casino by an enclosed skywalk over Main Street.
    Cultural Corridor food nearby
  • Las Vegas Club Hotel & Casino

    Las Vegas Club Hotel & Casino

    18 E Fremont St
    The Las Vegas Club is a casino-hotel located in downtown Las Vegas, Nevada owned by the Tamares Group and operated by the Navegante Group, along with the Plaza Hotel & Casino across the street.
    Cultural Corridor eat nearby
  • Pasta Pirate

    12 E Ogden Ave
    Delicious steaks, seafood, and pasta. A romantic darkened wharf decor with a view to the chef's flaming grill. The steak and lobster special is a really great value. All dinners include a glass of house wine. Call ahead for reservations to avoid a long wait.
    Cultural Corridor
  • Cashman Field

    Cashman Field

    850 Las Vegas Blvd N
    Cashman Field is a stadium in Las Vegas, Nevada owned and operated by the Las Vegas Convention and Visitors Authority. Its primary use is for baseball, and is the home field of the Las Vegas 51s Triple-A minor league baseball team, an affiliate of the New York Mets. Cashman Field opened in 1983 and has a maximum capacity of 9,334. It was named for James "Big Jim" Cashman and his family, who have been Las Vegas entrepreneurs for several generations.
    Cultural Corridor food nearby
  • Four Queens Hotel & Casino

    Four Queens Hotel & Casino

    202 Fremont St
    The Four Queens Hotel and Casino is located in downtown Las Vegas on the Fremont Street Experience. Home to the Queen's Machine, the world's largest slot machine, the 690 room hotel and 40,000 sq ft casino is owned and operated by TLC Enterprises, which acquired the property from the Elsinore Corporation in 2003.
    Cultural Corridor eat nearby
  • The D Las Vegas Casino Hotel

    The D Las Vegas Casino Hotel

    301 Fremont St
    The D Las Vegas Casino Hotel is a 34-story, 638-room hotel and casino in Downtown Las Vegas, Nevada, owned and operated by Derek and Greg Stevens.
    Cultural Corridor restaurants nearby
  • Lady Luck Casino & Hotel

    Lady Luck Casino & Hotel

    206 N 3rd St
    The Lady Luck is a hotel and casino in Downtown Las Vegas, Nevada. It has been closed since 2006, and is scheduled to reopen in April 2013 with a new name, the Downtown Grand.
    Cultural Corridor food nearby
  • Tasty Bunz

    Tasty Bunz

    Food Truck
    You're gonna want to grab these BUNZ! Golden Brown and Delicious. Rolling out to the streets February 2011!
    Cultural Corridor
  • Mob Bar

    Mob Bar

    201 N 3rd Street
    Quiet conversations and strong martinis
    Cultural Corridor
  • Du-Par’s Restaurant & Bakery

    Du-Par’s Restaurant & Bakery

    1 Fremont St
  • Le Thai

    Le Thai

    523 E. Fremont St.
  • Sloppi Jo's

    Sloppi Jo's

    Location Varies
    Eat Me Im Delicious
    Cultural Corridor
  • Triple 7 Brewpub

    Triple 7 Brewpub

    200 N Main St
  • The Beat Coffeehouse & Record Store

    The Beat Coffeehouse & Record Store

    520 Fremont Street
    Independent Coffeehouse and record store in Downtown Las Vegas
    Cultural Corridor
  • El Cortez Cabana Suites

    El Cortez Cabana Suites

    651 E Ogden Ave
  • Municipal Pool

    Municipal Pool

    431 E Bonanza Rd
  • Binion's Poker Room

    Binion's Poker Room

    128 E Fremont St
  • Fantasy


    Luxor3900 Las Vegas Blvd S
  • Fremont Hotel & Casino

    Fremont Hotel & Casino

    200 Fremont St
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