Being a resident in Las Vegas brings lots of opportunities as getting a job is way easier in comparison to other cities in the same state. The growth of gambling and entertainment businesses attract the world known celebrities with their insane shows along with fun-seekers to spend more than planned.
However, Las Vegas is not the most high-cost city in the States. According to several sources like Business Insider or, Las Vegas is not listed as an expensive one. The places where there is a chance to spend a lot are in Florida or California states.

Today we will guide through the entertainment which is available for free in Las Vegas.

Walking inside the casino.

Each hotel has its own unique particular theme. A visitor will be able to feel the atmosphere of New York in early 50s or walk in Vatican museum full of slots machines, or maybe see the pyramid or the Eiffel Tower which shines brighter than the purest Swarovski diamond. Perhaps, you will want also to pay a visit to Trump Tower which is unfortunately at the end of the Strip. What about the live flowers exhibition which is changed almost every weeks. Spirit of Venice, ancient Rome with beautiful high statues of gods placed right next to poker tables, slots machines and bars. What we did – we were exploring casinos during the night from around 11 pm till 3 or 4 am, it is the best time range to walk and see different things without people 😀

Time to gamble!

New York Style in New York New York Casino
Not bad, right? Caesar Palace Casino
Caesar Palace Casino
Venice style in Venetian Casino. By the way, sky is artificial
You can easily walk inside the casino during the night without feeling a difference between day and night thanks to artificial sky and lights

Free shows arranged by the hotels or big brands:

Bellagio Fountains – spectacular show in front of Bellagio Hotel. To book it in the calendar, have a look at the schedule:
Every 30 minutes: Monday – Friday, 3 p.m. – 8 p.m.
Saturday and holidays, noon – 8 p.m.; Sunday, 3 p.m. – 8 p.m.
Every 15 minutes: Daily, 8 p.m. – midnight; Sunday, 11 a.m. – 3 p.m.

City Hall Galleries – The Grand Gallery (Lobby)
Located in the lobby of Las Vegas City Hall, this gallery highlights sculptures by local artists.

Made by local artists

Flamingo Attractions – Flamingo Wildlife Habitat
This is home to a group of Chilean flamingos, some swans, ducks, koi, turtles, and over 300 birds. While the habitat is open 24 hours a day, feeding times are at 8:30 a.m. and 3 p.m.

Mirage Hotel Attractions – Watch the volcano erupt every hour on the hour from dusk – midnight for the crowds of curious Strip onlookers.

Venetian Attractions – feel the Venice spirit being in the States. There is a chance to get the gondola ride.

Venetian Casino

Wynn Las Vegas Attractions – Small Vignettes of dreams appear out of the lake, as music, light, and nature combine to create a fascinating spectacle.
Every half hour 7 pm – 12:30 am daily (702) 770 – 7000

Wynn Las Vegas Attractions

If you miss our first article about Las Vegas, then welcome to the first part “Las Vegas, Our First Impression

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