Looking for a way to cut your costs on your next vacation to Las Vegas? Check out some of the top Free things to do in Las Vegas.
Bellagio Dancing Fountains – Check out the Bellagio’s man-made lake. The lake has an awesome Fountain shows that shoot water over 240 feet into the air. The Jets have synchronized to music, and the show is definitely worth watching.
Bass Pro Shop Aquarium – From free fishing lessons and events for children to a huge aquarium that’s stocked with bass, catfish, and trout; Bass Pro has a bunch of free things to do and see.
Bellagio Conservatory & Botanical Gardens – The Bellagio Conservatory & Botanical Gardens is a unique display of living works that includes theatrically arranged flower displays, gazebos, bridges, ponds, and water features.
Big Elvis Show – Pete Vallee stars as Big Elvis in this classic Las Vegas impersonator show.
Caesars Palace Forum Shops. Take a walk through the 636,000-square-foot Forum Shops Mall at Caesars Palace. The Forum Shops are filled with cool things to do like the Fall of Atlantis animatronic show, a giant 50,000-gallon aquarium and some of the Strip’s coolest architecture and art galleries.
Circus Circus Midway – The Midway Circus arena is the world’s largest permanent circus. It features performance that ranges from contortionists and trapeze acts to juggling wizards and circus clowns.
Dueling Piano Show – he Twins Dueling Pianos Show is the only all-female, and identical twin dueling pianos show in the world and the Rock a free show at Harrah’s Las Vegas nightly.
Downtown Las Vegas Gateway Sign Unveiled The gateway into Downtown Las Vegas Sign is the city’s newest spot to take a memorable Picture from your trip.
Ethel M’s Las Vegas Chocolate Factory & Botanical Cactus Garden – Ethel M’s Offers Free tours of their Chocolate Factory and Botanical Cactus Garden which features one of Nevada’s largest collections of cacti.
First Friday Art Festival – The First Friday Art Festival and block party is a free monthly event that showcases the best in Las Vegas Art, entertainment, music, and food.
The Flamingo Wildlife Habitat – The Flamingo’s outdoor Wildlife Habitat is home to a wide variety of wildlife including, exotic ducks swans and birds, gigantic koi fish and Albino Channel Catfish, and of course a flock of bright-pink Chilean Flamingos.
Fountains of Bellagio – The Bellagio fountains are one of the most iconic landmarks in Las Vegas, and they are something everyone needs to see when visiting the Strip.
The Fremont Street Experience – Free concerts, light shows, street performers and special events.
Las Vegas Airport – Park your car at the runway viewing area on Sunset to watch the airplanes come and go from one of the busiest airports in the country
Mermaid Show at The Silverton – The 117,000 reef aquarium is one of the top free attractions in Vegas, and is a favorite with local children.
Volcano at the Mirage. The Volcano is back, and it’s bigger, hotter and louder than ever before. Every hour from 9 to 11 p.m, the Mirage’s volcano erupts with over 100 fireballs.