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Best Free Entertainment in Las Vegas

Las Vegas certainly isn't the most affordable vacation destination in the world, but budget travelers can still enjoy a handful of world-class attractions without paying a dime.

Posted on Jun 6, 2022

No matter how much money you budget for your Las Vegas trip, there's a good chance this city is getting it all. And more times than not, your stash is gone well before your flight returns home. While it may feel disheartening and a little depressing, these are the perfect moments to explore all the free entertainment and attractions Las Vegas has to offer. From beautiful wildlife habitats to rock concerts on Fremont Street, Las Vegas offers an abundance of entertainment options that won't cost you a dime.

Here is a list of our favorite free entertainment options in Las Vegas. Let us know your personal favorites in the comments below.

1. Bellagio Fountains


Nearly all Las Vegas visitors will agree that the Bellagio Fountains are one of the most beautiful sights in the city. The music and choreography are always changing, and the mesmerization you'll experience is just as strong the first time as the hundredth time. The Bellagio Fountains are more than one of the best free entertainment options in Las Vegas, they are one of the best overall entertainment options in Las Vegas.

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2. Welcome To Fabulous Las Vegas Sign

This iconic sign is a must-see when in Vegas, and the best thing is it’s completely free to visit. The only downside is that a line starts to form relatively quickly, so get here early if you want a picture without too many people standing in your way.

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3. Bellagio Conservatory & Botanical Gardens


While small in size, this free Las Vegas attraction can keep you entertained for quite a while due to the intricacies involved throughout the display.  The displays rotate five times throughout the year so expect to see something different each time you visit.

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4. The Forum Shops at Caesars Palace

The Roman-inspired architecture found inside the Forum Shops at Caesars Palace is truly awe-inspiring. There are many marble statues, columns, and fountains to peruse on more than 3 levels. Plus, towards the back of the Forum Shops is the always popular Fall of Atlantis show happening every hour.

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5. Fremont Street Experience


Perched 90 feet above the crowds below and stretching an impressive 1,300+ feet, the Viva Vision light show and video board is easily ranked among the best free Las Vegas entertainment options. But, Fremont Streeet is so much more than just flashy lights and music. Weave your way through historic open-air Las Vegas casinos, grab a few cheap drinks and souvenirs, and enjoy the best people-watching in Las Vegas.  Fremont Street is a must-visit destination for all Las Vegas visitors.

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6. Downtown Concerts

Also located on Fremont Street, the Downtown Rocks concert series runs on select nights throughout the year. These aren't just small local bands either. The 2022 lineup includes Hoobastank, Theory of a Deadman, Rick Springfield, and so much more. Best of all, all Downtown Rocks concerts are 100% free to attend.

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7. Lake of Dreams

This free show runs every half hour at Wynn Las Vegas. Lake of Dreams is a water attraction with lights, a 90-foot waterfall, striking visuals, and fun music. 

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8. The Volcano


Sadly, The Mirage Volcano will be gone soon, but as of right now you still have time to catch this iconic free Las Vegas attraction.  Located in the heart of The Strip just outside of The Mirage, the volcano lights up the surrounding resorts with an epic display of fire and lava every night. The show happens on the hour from 8 p.m. until 11 p.m.

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9. The Linq Promenade

The Linq Promenade is an outdoor shopping and entertainment space located in the heart of the Las Vegas Strip.  Visitors to The Linq Promenade will find a variety of pubs, restaurants, retail shops, and live music as they stroll down the 1,200-foot walkway concluding at the largest observation wheel in North America, The High Roller.  Most of the activities at The Linq Promenade will not fall into the free Las Vegas entertainment category, but the energy and open-air environment certainly make The Linq Promenade worth a visit.

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10. Wildlife Habitat at Flamingo

Head towards the back of Flamingo Las Vegas and visitors will find a small tropical oasis that feels miles away from the glittering lights of the Las Vegas Strip. The Wildlife Habitat at Flamingo includes a paved path that meanders through palm trees, waterfalls, and Chilean flamingos. This is one of the most peaceful free attractions available in Las Vegas and a great spot to catch your breath before heading back into the casino.

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UT1951

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Aug 17, 2022 at 8:46am

How about people watching? The entertainment doesn't get any better than that

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Elliot

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Jun 8, 2022 at 9:46pm

The Strip will never be the same once the volcano is gone. It's such a cool show.

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