Las Vegas Top 10 FREE Things to See and Do

Dancing Waters at Bellagio Casino

There’s so many things to see and do in Las Vegas. Whether you’re on a budget or not, here’s the 10 best things to see and do for FREE in Las Vegas.

1. Dancing Waters at Bellagio Casino

Showtimes (Schedule may vary):
Monday-Friday: 3-7p.m. Shows every 1/2 hour, 7pm-12am Shows every 15 minutes
Saturdays, Sundays* and Holidays: 12-7pm Shows every 1/2 hour, 7pm 12am Shows every 15 minutes

A refreshing addition to your entertainment options, the Fountains of Bellagio were destined to romance your senses. Take in a complimentary Las Vegas show of water, music and light thoughtfully interwoven to mesmerize its admirers. All for your amusement, the most ambitious, choreographically complex water feature ever conceived amazes against the beautiful backdrop of Las Vegas’ lavender sky. Each dynamic performance from the Fountains collection is unique in its expression and interpretation. Fall in love with the stunning nature of this unprecedented aquatic accomplishment while relishing a clever concert of opera, classical and Broadway tunes.

2. Be a Tourist and Walk Around every Major Casino

Every casino has a unique theme and it’s own vibe. The Casino’s are so different that when you first walk through the doors, it feels like you’ve transported to some place different in the world. I can easily walk around and spend a couple hours in each major casino and admire the architecture and see all the attractions each casino has to offer. If it’s your first time going to Vegas, I suggest you spend a day and walk into all the Casino’s on one side of the Las Vegas strip and another day to walk up the other side of the strip. It’s also worth spending a couple hours walking through some of the Casino’s on Freemont Street to get a feel of what old Vegas was like.


3. Fall of Atlantis Fountain Show at The Forum Shops in Caesar’s Palace

Showtimes: Every hour on the hour Sunday – Thursday, 10 am – 11 pm; Friday and Saturday, 10am – midnight.

If you’re not a fan of Greek or Roman mythology, the Fall of Atlantis might just change that. You’ve never seen action like this. The fountain show uses animatronic statues (including a scary 20-foot winged dragon) while incorporating an awesome fire and water show. Get your video camera ready for the dramatic, mind-blowing special effects, neon lights and the surrounding fountains. For a second, you forget you’re in a mall.


4. Fremont Street Experience Light Show – Neon Tour on Fremont Street in Downtown Las Vegas

Daily: Every Hour starting at Dusk


5. Sirens of TI at Treasure Island Casino

Showtimes: 5:30pm (fall/winter only),7:00pm, 8:30pm,10:00pm, 11:30pm (spring/summer only)

Get enchanted by the beautiful Sirens of TI as they lure a band of renegade pirates into their cove with powerful and captivating melodies. The clash between the mesmerizing temptresses and their rebel prey transforms this 17th century story into a 21st century revelry of song and dance, seduction and danger. Experience the excitement nightly in Siren’s Cove at the front entrance of Treasure Island Hotel and Casino.


6. Volcano at Mirage Casino

Eruption Schedule: Begins at 7:00 p.m. and runs every hour on the hour until 11:00 p.m. (nightly)

Boom. Pow. Wow. Our iconic front yard has more bang than ever, thanks to taller explosions, more fireballs and a driving soundtrack from The Grateful Dead’s Mickey Hart and Indian tabla sensation Zakir Hussain.

7. The White Tigers at Mirage Casino

Daily: 24-hours


8. Welcome to Fabulous Las Vegas Sign

Located near the south end of Las Vegas Strip, near Mandalay Bay Casino

Daily: 24 hours


9. Gaming Lessons at Every Major Casino

(All major casinos offer free lessons on table games, daily)



10. Walk along the Gondola Canals of the Venetian & see the Painted Ceilings at Venetian Casino


No trip to Venice — or The Venetian — would be complete without a graceful and romantic glide down the Grand Canal in an authentic Venetian gondola. Float beneath bridges, beside cafes, under balconies and through the vibrant Venetian streetscape as your singing gondolier sweeps you down the Grand Canal for a ride like no other. If you would like to ride a Gondola, it costs $18.95 per adult.

You should also see the Painted Ceilings at the Venetian Casino located at the main casino entrance and lobby.


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