After living in Las Vegas for quite some time and many trips after, I have found that some of my favorite things to do in Vegas are actually free! When I travel anywhere, I like to look online for a few things that are either free, or little cost. When you’re traveling you already have the expense of hotel, travel, food, etc. So it is always nice to have a few things to do that are free.
The Park | This is the newest edition to the Las Vegas strip, and honestly my new favorite. It is an environment that feels so fresh and separate from the hustle of the strip, and I didn’t want to leave! It is an outdoor dining and entertainment area that has so many delicious restaurants and bar areas (including Shake Shack). There are picnic benches and fun lawn games set up (life size jenga, connect four, corn hole) which is right up my alley. One night there was a live band, and the next a DJ, so it is definitely a form of free entertainment.
Bellagio Fountains | I remember in high school my friends and I would drive down to the strip just to watch the fountains, even though we had seen them a million times. They just never get old. I will definitely say to try and go at night, because the experience is a must. Each time feels different because they use different music!
Conservatory | The Conservatory at Bellagio has to be on this list as well. The theme changes for the season, so if you go now, it will be something new for spring. The displays are so beautiful and make for great pictures.
Fremont Street Light Show | Every evening, multiple times a night there is a LED light show along with music. Although it isn’t on the strip it’s worth taking the drive to downtown Las Vegas at least once. While you’re there, they also have zip lining but that is at an extra fee. During the warmer months there are also many bands that preform outdoors for no cost.
Atlantis Show at Caesars Forum Shops | Not only is Caesars Palace a great place to go if you want to do some amazing shopping, but they also have a mini show that occurs every hour and it’s completely free. It’s a short and sweet show, plus it’s located right next to the three story H&M so you can also get some shopping in.