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Old 01-25-2006, 01:54 PM
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Default FREE THINGS TO DO IN LAS VEGAS

You asked for it. Here are some free things to do in Vegas. As I check my bookmarks I will add to this list.

TK



http://www.vegas4locals.com/free.html


http://www.lasvegasinsider.com/101/index.htm
Some free stuff here:


http://www.insidervlv.com/disclaim.html

Here is a list of all the nightclubs, bars pubs etc.

Vegas Values Report lists some free offers from Casinos. Check back weekly here.

This is another list of activities to do in vegas.

http://www.a2zlv.com/coupons.html

Free Crap (not my words):
http://www.bigempire.com/vegas/freecrap.html


Free to see:
http://www.bigempire.com/vegas/freetosee.html


Las Vegas For Non-Gamblers here.

Vegas Restaurant Coupons:

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This great list was posted by cterral on the travelvegas message board:



Aladdin –
Things to Do/See:
• Dessert Passage Shops
• Strolling performers in the mall.
• The clouded ceiling and has real full sized Moorish buildings creating the appearance of a Moorish Bazaar. Security guards dressed in kakis and red berets
• One of the miracles not to be missed during your Desert Passage visit is the live rainstorm at Merchant's Harbor, featuring thunder, lightning and pouring rain. Catch the cloudburst every hour on the hour Monday through Thursday, and every half-hour Friday through Sunday. Free
• Desert Tattoos provides henna tattoos, bindis, belly rings, Indian head dresses and other crystal body art. They use only all natural red and brown henna that lasts from 1 to 3 weeks. Tattoos are priced by design but start at $10. Desert Tattoos can be found in Sultan's Palace, across from Sharper Image. 702-303-4117

Bally’s-

Things to Do/See:
• free slot pull out front that you can do once a day so long as you have a Park Place slot card .
• There is a large video amusement arcade in the basement.
• Paris and Bally's are connected via Le Boulevard, the crossover corridor between the two resorts filled with upscale specialty retail shops and Très Jazz, a gourmet restaurant offering live jazz music and "New World Caribbean" cuisine.
• A continuous promotion at Bally's, gives MVP Slot Club Card members a chance for a FREE Slot Pull with a chance to win a million dollars. One pull per person, per day between 9 am and 1 am. Many other smaller prizes are offered as well, like key chains, pens, show tickets and buffets.
• Showgirl Tour: This one-hour Jubilee! Backstage Walking Tour will be offered every Monday, Wednesday and Saturday at 2:00 p.m. and is open to everyone over the age of 13. Tickets are $15 each without the purchase of a Jubilee! show ticket and $10 each with the purchase of a Jubilee! show ticket. Tickets are available at the Bally’s Box Office or by calling (702) 946-4567.
These exclusive backstage Jubilee! tours will allow guests to meet a real showgirl and get a sneak peek into the makings of an extravagant Las Vegas production show. Everything from hair and makeup to costumes and set design will be explored as guests experience the backstage secrets of the show and listen to interesting anecdotes from the showgirl herself.
• Donn ArdensJubilee! is performed nightly at 7:30 p.m. and 10:30 p.m. The show is dark on Friday

Barbary Coast

Things to Do/See:
• Big Elvis Tuesday – Friday 3-6 p.m.

Bellagio -
Things to Do/See:
• The free Fountain Show in front of the Bellagio shoots off every 30 minutes from 3 pm to 7 pm and then every 15 minutes until midnight. (The routines often vary from one show to the next.) Wait until after to dark to go see this attraction. The shows are more frequent and the fountain lights, which are not very visible before sunset, add to effect of the routines
• Bellagio Conservatory is a 13,573 sq. foot indoor glass-domed garden extravaganza. Display changes with the seasons. A must see! Very beautiful.
• Gallery of Fine Art at Bellagio - Currently, Monet exhibit 9 a.m. - 9 p.m. daily Exhibit on display until May 30, 2005 . Advance purchase of tickets is strongly recommended General admission $15 (In my opinion this is a great deal and fantastic exhibit!)
• The glass mural roof above the check in desk. Peer overhead and discover a ceiling adorned in a breathtaking display of 2,000 hand-blown glass flowers - the Fiori di Como, created by world-renowned artist, Dale Chihuly.
• Picasso - Bellagio's Mediterranean restaurant must be mentioned as it has only original Picasso's on its walls


Caesar’s Palace
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Things to Do/See:
• Best place to see one million dollars change hands: Caesars baccarat tables
• walk around and marvel at how beautifully tacky it all is. Cleopatra and Caesar stroll around, and they would love for you to quiz them about historical events
• Bacchus Statues show at Caesars Forum Shops (1st rotunda) - Daily on the hour 10a-11p – Free
• Great Hall Epic Battle at Caesars Forum Shops (4th rotunda) - Daily on the hour 10a-11p – Free)
• The mall includes some great statutes including a copy of Michangelo’s David only a third bigger !! There is a beautiful copy of the Tivoli fountain famous for amongst other things the Sinatra film three coins in the fountain
• check out the Forum Shops attached to Caesars Palace. The entrance to the Shops is right next to the Mirage casino entrance. There is an animated statue show every hour on the hour from 10 am to 11 pm in the first rotunda and one in the fourth rotunda near the large aquarium.
• the large aquarium in rotundas
• Conquer the Ice - Celebrate the season at the Strip’s only ice skating venue, open daily from 10:00 am - 12:30 am. Public skate sessions are two hours with a half-hour break. Ice skating is $10 per person with FREE skate rental. Public Ice Skating sessions are: 10:00 am - 12:00 noon, 12:30 pm - 2:30 pm, 3:00 pm - 5:00 pm, 5:30 pm - 7:30 pm. 8:00 pm - 10:00 pm, 10:30 pm - 12:30 am For more information on public skating or groups, call 866-1400. Private lessons are also available.
• Race for Atlantis, is located in The Forum Shops. $9.50 (adult), $8 (NV residents, students), $6.75 (children 12 and under). Open: Sunday - Thursday, 10am to 11pm, Friday - Saturday, 10am to midnight.
• OmniMax/Sensaround theater at Caesars Palace - Features/times vary

Casino Royale

Things to do/see:
• Show your out of state ID and you'll get a small margarita
note: You can also once a month receive a coupon book with a few match play coupons, free slot entry, drinks etc TK

Circus Circus-

Things to See/Do:
• Amusement Park- General admission is free. Tickets or all-access wristband may be purchased inside the park. (702) 794-3939 Clip a coupon from the freebie magazines around town for $4.00 off an all day ride admission to The AdventureDome. For more information, call 1-800-444-2472 or visit the website at: www.circuscircus.com #1030 Adventuredome Theme Park is open daily.
Please call our hotline for up-to-date hours, (702) 794-3939.
May 1-28 10:00 am - 6:00 pm Monday – Thursday, 10:00 am - Midnight Friday & Saturday, 10:00 am - 8:00 pm Sunday
May 29-31 - Special Memorial Day hours 09:00 am - Midnight Saturday & Sunday, 10:00 am - 8:00 pm Monday
June 1 - 3 10:00 am - 6:00 pm
June 4 - 30 10:00 am - Midnight Sunday - Thrusday • 09:00 am - Midnight Friday & Saturday All Day Ride Passes: This is our BEST VALUE.• Regular Pass $21.95• Junior Pass $13.95
• Highlighting the center stage of the carnival midway, Circus Circus presents world renowned live circus acts FREE everyday! See the excitement and action of the circus as never before. Different acts perform each half hour from 11 a.m. to midnight..
• Midway- state of the art video arcade as well as many fairground type stalls where you can win cuddly toys
• Circus performers over the casino floor at Circus Circus - Daily 11a-MN - Free
Guinness World of record Museum: Coupons for $1.00 off an adult admission are appearing in the freebie magazines (Best Read Guide, others, etc.) around town. One coupon is valid for up to six people. Not valid with any other offer. Must present coupon. No expiration date listed on the coupons. Located 1/2 block North of Circus, Circus, on the Strip. #1020

Excalibur-
Things to See/ Do:
• dragon battle occurs on the hour every hour after dark
• The Fantasy Faire features strolling performers dressed in medieval costumes, carnival games and two motion-similator rides. • Play the carnival games of skill on the Fantasy Faire Midway.• Visit the Wizard's Arcade, home of the newest, state-of-the-art video games.• Experience the new films on Merlin's Magic Motion Machine Film Ride. • Located on the lower level
• Strolling entertainers performing variety acts 10:00am to 10:00pm Daily. Showtimes vary day to day
• Free programs on the Court Jester's stage, 11 a.m – 7:30 p.m. puppetry, jugglers, musicians . Located on the Medieval Village level
• Merlin's Magical Motion Machines whisk riders on a variety of high-speed adventures. Open Monday - Sunday, 9am to 1am, $4. (702) 597-7084 2-for-1 coupons to be found in visitor magazines and at the front desk of the hotel.
• Magic Motion Machine ride at the Excalibur - Mon-Fri 10a-MN, Sat 9a-1a, Sun 9a-MN - $
• "Tournament of Kings" jousting dinner show. Show times are 6:00 pm and 8:30 pm nightly. Features jousting, invading armies, dragons, fire-wizards, and dinner. Beginning June 1, the price for "Tournament of Kings" will be $47.50 plus taxes For reservations call (702) 597-7600.

Flamingo
Things to See/Do:
• Flamingo Las Vegas Wildlife Habitat. The 15-acre "Garden of Eden" has lush palm trees; pools and jungle vegetation there is also a wildlife sanctuary featuring African Penguins and you guessed it Flamingos. This is a charming menagerie of African penguins, beautiful flamingos, graceful swans, fish, turtles and cockatoos. Catch the penguin feeding at 3 p.m. daily. Free; 733-3111
• video arcade
• Bugsy Segal Memorial - Located in a small grotto behind the Flamingo Hilton Hotel, you'll find a plaque dedicated to a man who many say inspired the creation of Las Vegas. Born , this Los Angeles mobster happened upon the Flamingo Hotel while still under construction. He decided to purchase the unfinished property and from there it's history

Great Balloon Experience
- Located on the famous Las Vegas strip next to the New Frontier Hotel, you'll find the world's largest tethered helium balloon. Climb aboard for a delightful experience with the best photographic opportunities of Las Vegas. The balloon rises 400 feet into the air with up to 20 passengers for a 15-10 minute ride. Leave the earth below and experience the best views of the Entertainment Capitol of the World. Closed during inclement weather. Admission $12 per person in the day or $15 per person at night. 702-791-2552

Gold Coast
– (off strip) Bowling $2.60 per game, $2 shoe rental

Hard Rock Hotel
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Things to See/Do:
• Every Wednesday, The Hard Rock Hotel throws beach parties featuring live entertainment, island drinks and hors d'oeuvres. Admission $10. (702) 693-5000.
• Stop by the concierge desk and ask for a "Rock Tour" map and you can take a self-guided tour of the hotel and all the rock'n'roll artifacts
and collections. #1109

Harrah’s
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Things to Do/See:
• Take a stroll through the Carnaval Court area located outside between Harrah’s and the Imperial Palace to pick up FREE coupons from representatives for valuable discounts to use at Harrah’s. On a recent walk-thru coupons received included $3.00 off a buffet and 2-for-1 Improv Comedy Show vouchers, a $24.95 value. #63002
• performers wandering around with little trumpets and the like in the Carnival Court
• FREE Live Entertainment daily at the Outdoor Carnaval Court beginning at 3:00 pm Monday through Friday and starting at 1:00 pm on Saturdays and Sundays. Continues throughout each day thru Midnight or 1:00 am. (Various acts and attractions.) #32402
• Mac King performs in the second floor Comedy Cabaret at Harrah´s Las Vegas. Tickets are $16.95 plus tax. Tuesday-Saturday at 1 p.m. and 3 p.m. Dark Sunday & Monday
• Dueling Pianos 9pm-?, Nightly Piano extraordinaires battle it out for the best played piano music as judged by you, the audience. You won´t just "see" a show...You´ll feel like you´re part of the show!
• Located in Carnaval Court, the Ghirardelli Chocolate Company is open from 10 a.m. to 12 p.m., Sun-Thur, and 10 a.m. to 1 a.m., Fri-Sat.

Hawaiian Marketplace

Things to see/do:
• a new retail project on the Strip in front of the Polo Towers. With a meandering sidewalk resembling a Hawaiian boardwalk, Hawaiian Marketplace lures visitors with a state-of-the-art climate-controlled atrium. An eclectic market scene is created by stand-alone cart vendors, which complement the shopping center's 'inline' retailers. A central focal point is a recreation of century-old Banyan trees native to Waikiki Beach that stretch toward an overhead canopy. Floors in the center's central court have a wave-like, shimmering pattern made of crushed blue glass and mother-of-pearl. Other native island elements abound. An official statue of King Kamehameha, only the second one outside of Hawaii officially sanctioned by The Royal Order of King Kamehameha, adds an iconic presence. The center includes tropical plants unusual for Las Vegas, including rare palms, bromeliads and hibiscus, as well as various types of bamboo.
• Now for the entertainment. Team Aloha, a Las Vegas based troupe of island-born-and-raised performers, entertain you with dancing, storytelling and craft-making. Tahitian dance as well as both forms of hula, ancient and modern, are performed. Setting the scene ablaze are Samoan fire-knife dancers, dressed as "warriors," who rapidly juggle and twirl flaming knives. Adding spectacle is a suspended group of oversized animatronic birds. Following a show of thunder and lightning, the birds become animated, singing, dancing and telling Hawaiian folklore tales.
• And don't worry, there's plenty of great places to eat and buy stuff. In fact, there's even a wedding chapel in the Marketplace. You really have to put this on your "must-see" list next time you're in town


Hilton
Things to Do/See:
• There are things that talk to you while you pee in the men's bathroom at the Spacequest Casino. The ladies' room mirrors talk to fairer sex.
• There is a brass statue of Elvis as you enter the casino that represents the 837 sell out dates he performed there from 1969 up until his death in 1977.
• Sign up at the Las Vegas Hilton as a new member of the Park Place Connection slot club and receive a two for one voucher for “The Buffet” or “Star Trek Experience.” (Ongoing promotion until further notice.) #42003
• STAR TREK: The Experience offers a “Dual Mission” combo ticket, two great attractions for one great price of $29.99. Guests can ride the original attraction, Klingon Encounter and the new BORG Invasion 4D and visit the History of the Future Museum for the price of one ticket. There is no charge to enter Quark's Bar & Restaurant and the Deep Space Nine Promenade shops. The attraction hours are from 11:00 a.m. to 11:00 p.m. daily Save $5.00 on The Star Trek Experience with coupons found in "What's On" magazine. Each coupon is valid for up to five (5) admissions. Not valid with any other offer
• LV Adventure Pack- A package price of $37.95 will get you admission to Star Trek at The LV Hilton; Race for Atlantis at Caesars; Madame Tussaud's at The Venetian and Stratosphere's Big Shot and High Roller rides. The ticket package is available at any of the four participating hotels. #1066
• Sports Zone Video Arcade Located in the North Tower, the Sports Zone Video Arcade has a variety of popular games. It is open from 8:00 am until 12:00 midnight every day

Imperial Palace-
Things to Do/See:
• the Legends Pit, featuring celebrity impersonating blackjack dealers called Dealertainers. The Dealertainers perform nightly with a celebrity parade throughout the casino floor at 6 p.m. and continue dealing and entertaining until 4 a.m. Look-alikes include a multitude of stars including Michael Jackson, Cher, Bette Midler and, of course, Elvis.
• A "Slotto" scratch-off card they give you outside this strange casino
• Imperial Palace Auto Collection -redeem your ticket stub for a refrigerator magnet or other little trinket at the bar inside the museum. Features 750 antique, classic and special interest vehicles spanning nearly 100 years of auto history. Collection hours are 9:30am to 11:30pm $6.95 (adults) (702) 731-3311. The collection is housed on a whole enclosed and separated floor of the garage car park. Stated admission is $6.95 but you can go to their "players desk" in the casino (across from the Mai Tai bar) and ask for a free pass or go to their Auto Collections Website and print out the free pass available there.
• Legends in Concert Show – look alike performers You will see spectacular performances by incredible look-alike and sound-alike superstars such as Elvis Presley, John Lennon, Marilyn Monroe, Shania Twain, Garth Brooks, Cher, Elton John, Michael Jackson, Madonna, The Beatles, Liberace, Dolly Parton, The Blues Brothers, and many more. These performers sing with their own voices and play their own instruments. In addition to the superstars' recreations, the show features singer-dancers, a live band, and an all-around spectacular full-stage production! Legends in Concert has been staged all over the world with a permanent home at the Imperial Palace. Legends shows are 7:00 and 10:00 nightly except Sundays. Tickets are $39.95, which includes tax, tip, cocktail service and one drink. Dinner and Show Packages available. Check the IP website.

Luxor-

Things to Do/See:
• The Chocolate Swan: in the shops in the corridor between Luxor and Mandalay Bay
• You will discover many untold secrets when venturing into The Pharaoh's Pavilion, located one level above the Casino, it is the gateway to The World's Largest Atrium. Looking up leaves you in awe, as its grandeur is revealed. Your senses will be intrigued as you embark upon a world all its own within our pyramid, enjoy shopping, dining, rides and attractions.
• Passport To Adventure all attractions pass, for just $24.95 which includes: One IMAX®, Movie (special IMAX engagements not included) ,Three IMAX®, Ridefilms: "In Search of the Obelisk", "Reboot" and "Dracula’s Haunted Castle". One Pass to "Pirates 4D", One Pass to "The Tomb & Museum of King Tutankhamun", One Pass to the "Virtual Reality Roller Coaster”
• Games of the Gods Arcade Attractions & Show Tickets
• IMAX® 3D THEATRE: Now Playing: Nascar 3D, Ocean Wonderland 3D, Adrenaline Rush, Haunted Castle
• IMAX Theater boasts a seven-story-high screen. Shows alternate every hour from 9am to 11pm daily. $8.95 for a single movie or $13.50 for double features.
• King Tut's Tomb & Museum is an authentic reproduction of King Tutanklamen's tomb. Tickets $5. Open Sunday - Thursday 9am to 11pm, Friday - Saturday 9am to 1am (702) 262-4555 A full-scale replication of King Tut's Tomb as it was discovered in 1922. The 15-minute self-guided tour features replications of King Tut's treasures, hand crafted by Egyptian artisans. Admission is $4.00. Located on the 2nd floor attractions area. Open 9:00am-11:00pm Sun-Thr and 9:00am-11:30pm Fri & Sat.
• In Search of the Obelisk motion simulator ride- A motion simulator ride adventure taking you to the heart of the pyramid in search of the powerful obelisk. Admission is $6.00. Located on the 2nd floor attractions area. Open 9:00am-11:00pm Sun-Thr and 9:00am-11:30pm Fri & Sat
• Guests enter the Strip resort beneath a massive sphinx. Lasers lance from the eyes of the statue to create figures and scenes against water spraying from a lavish fountain in front of the hotel.
• Has a FREE Pull slot machine that slot club members can play once a
day. Located near the player's booth, you can win key chains, hats, stuffed
animals, dinner for two or a 2-night stay and $5,000. cash

Mandalay Bay-
Things to See/Do:
• The House of Blues club features bands just about nightly Looking at the cool art on the outside of the club's walls featuring a massive collage of bottle caps, rusted cans and other found objects. Clip the ad from 24/7 Magazine for FREE Admission to The House of Blues Night Club. One ad per person
• The "Shark Reef" attraction is open daily from 10 am to 11 pm. Admission: Adults $15.95, Children 12 years old and younger $9.95, Children 4 and younger admitted free. * Group Rates Available (for 20 or more) Call 702-632-4555 for more info
• Sports memorabilia museum in/around walk to shark reef
• The Chocolate Swan: in the shops in the corridor between Luxor and Mandalay Bay
• High Tea at the Four Seasons 702 632 5000 The English high tea ritual is alive and well in Las Vegas. Stop by the Veranda Restaurant at the elegant Four Seasons Hotel any day of the week and enjoy this very elegant and soothing experience. "Complete tea" is priced at $19 per person and includes your choice of tea (or coffee if you want to break tradition) and delightful finger foods.
The teas come in a variety of choices, including the expected English blends, or you may prefer herbal or decaffeinated selections. Scones are served with the obligatory Devonshire cream and fresh fruit preserves. There are also tarts, cookies, finger sandwiches such as cucumber and other varieties with the crusts trimmed. If you have a lighter appetite, a "half tea" is also available for $10 and includes the scones only. Reservations are recommended. The last seating is at 4:30pm. 2pm-5pm daily.

MGM Grand -
Things to see/do:
• Lion Habitat showcases a variety of lions and cubs. Open daily 11am to 11pm - Free. (702) 891-1111 From 11am - 5pm every day (except Tuesday) you can get your picture taken with a lion for $20 Lion Habitat at the MGM Grand
• a state of the art amusement arcade which has all the latest video offerings as well as some stunning virtual reality games

Mirage-
Things to do/see:
• Volcano Eruption- Free every 15 minutes after dusk, spewing smoke and fire 100-feet. Free
• White Tiger Exhibit open 24 hours- Free
• Aquarium behind registration desk
• Sigfried & Roy’s Secret Garden is a home to six rare animal breeds. Open: weekdays 11am to 5pm (dark Wednesday); weekends 10am to 5pm. $10 includes admittance to the Dolphin Habitat. Dolphin Habitat is open weekdays 11am to 7pm; weekends 10am to 7pm. $5 Wednesday and after 5pm other days; children under 10 free. (702) 791-7111. Go early before it gets hot to have the best chance at seeing the animals active.

Monte Carlo-

New York, New York
Things to do/see:
• Manhattan Express Roller Coaster is open Sunday - Thursday. 10am to 11pm; Friday 10am to 11:30pm, $10. (54" or taller)
• Coney Island Emporium features midway-style games, laser tag and bumper cars. Sunday - Thursday, 9am to 1am; Friday - Saturday 9am to 2am. (702) 740-6969. 2 for 1 tickets available
• There are Ice shows outside around Ellis Island in the winter and tugboats spray water at each other in the summer. All of the buildings outside are 1/3 scale of those in Manhattan including the Empire State, Chrysler and CBS buildings. There is also a Statue of liberty and a Brooklyn Bridge
• enter the casino you will see manhole covers with smoke rising out of them, trees in Central Park and hotdog vendors.
• The Bar at Times Square - Dueling Pianos The N.Y.P.D. (New York Piano Duos) starring: Van & Christina Walraraven, Mark Andert & Jeff Martin, Michael Lion & Dennis West. Every night 8:00pm to 2:15am
• A permanent tribute to 9/11 is located at the base of the Statue of the Liberty replica in front of New York-New York Hotel & Casino. The tribute is a granite structure base with shadow boxes encasing some of the artifacts and items left by visitors at New York-New York Hotel & Casino. Situated at the front of the hotel-casino, the tribute is a prominent architectural element of New York-New York, providing the opportunity for people all over the world to reflect on this moment in history. Thousands of items from the United States and all over the world were left at the base of the Statue of Liberty replica. Free.

The Orleans-

Things to do/see:
• In the New Orleans Mardi Gras tradition, free beads are given to anyone entering the casino
• Bowling alley
• Movie theater
• Kids baby sitting center

O’Shea’s
Thing to do/see:
• "Movie and Magic Museum
• stop in to get a free magic card trick

Palace Station
• (Also see Station Casino) A 15% discount is offered to all Boarding Pass members in the gift shop for purchases of gifts, apparel and souvenirs. A fun way to try the new 50 play video poker machines are the multi-denomination games offered as 1 or 2 cent games. (Note: They do not offer these games in the "full-pay" versions, but fun to play if you want to try 50 play.)

Paris-

Thing to do/see:
• The Eiffel Tower observation deck at the Paris offers a great view of the Strip and a unique way to see the Bellagio fountain shows after dark. Operates from 10 am to midnight with a $9 fee. adult ticket price is $9 Monday-Thursday and $12 Friday-Sunday. The price for children ages 6-12 years and senior citizens 65 and older is $7 Monday-Thursday and $9 Friday-Sunday. Hotel guests at Paris, Bally's, Caesars Palace, Flamingo Las Vegas and the Las Vegas Hilton may purchase two tickets for the price of one. (Ongoing) Tickets are available at booths both inside the casino and outside the Strip entrance to the casino. First ever coupons we've ever seen for a $2.00 discount ride to the top of The Eiffel Tower are appearing in "What's On," magazine and possibly other free guides around town. The current coupon is valid for up to six people and has no expiration date. Must take the coupon with you. For further information, call 1-702-946-4567. There's also a (expensive) restaurant in the tower.
• Mimes stroll around inside
• Wander the cobblestone streets, “admiring the Frenchness of it all”
• 1/3 scale Eiffel tower and Arc de Triomphe, the Opera House, Parc Monceau and the Rue de la Paix
• all of the security staff are dressed up as gendarmes

Rio-

Things to see/do:
• Showgirls Exhibit at Rio-This display in the Samba Theater entrance is devoted to more than 100 years of showgirls and features costumes, memorabilia and stunning photos. REAL showgirls are available for photos from 10 to 11 nightly, except Thursdays. Free. 252-7777
• Currently offering a special VIP Package for the Ronn Lucas Show for $19.95. Includes: Line pass, reserved seating, FREE T-shirt or FREE Drink, Autographed 8 x 10 Color Photo, $5.00 off merchandise and 2 for 1 tickets to ride in a Show in the Sky Float. Inquire at the Box Office.
• Sky parade in the Masquerade Village area of the casino. Takes place very 2 hours from 2 p.m. to midnight (dark Wednesday). You can dress in costume and be in the parade for $10. If you are upstairs the floats pass by at eye level. Might be good for picture taking. Daily Free 4 p.m., 6 p.m. 8 p.m. 10 p.m.
• There is also a large wine cellar holding the largest public collection of fine wine which regularly hold tastings.
• You will find 2-for-1’s for the Rio’s Showgirls and Harrah’s Skintight shows in What’s On magazine. Both expire 12/18/04
• Check the local freebie magazines around town for $10 discounts for The Chippendales and/or Showgirls. #51902
• See bartenders juggle flaming drinks: VooDoo Lounge on top of the Rio Hotel


Riviera-
Things to see/do:
• a free pull on a "special" slot machine and you get a free deck of Riviera cards or a coffee mug.
• The butts of the ladies in this hotel's remarkably bad review "Crazy Girls" are on display in front of the casino.
• You can get free a free T-shirt in the casino
• Wheel & Deal” Thursday’s – Earn 150 points or more on Thursdays and take a spin on the Wheel to win merchandise, shows or cash. One spin per person per week. Ongoing promotion. #11903

Sahara-
Things to see/do:
• Las Vegas Cyber Speedway. Stock car simulators. Start your engines and race against other drivers in race cars 7/8 the size of actual stock cars as you race around a track modeled on the Las Vegas Speedway in pursuit of the checkered flag. Mounted on hydraulic bases, the cars are also equipped with collision detection capabilities and a six-axis motion system. Everyone comes home with a ranking sheet Open: 10am to 10pm daily; Friday - Saturday 10am to 11pm. $8 (54" or taller). (702) 737-2887.
• Speed the ride" a new fast but short roller coaster wrapping itself round the casino and pool area with a massive loop in the middle for about $4
• See Dale Earnhardt’s #3 race car on display
• Last comic standing – Live Congo Room
• Other interactive games and 3-D theaters are available also. 3-D Theater $3.
• NASCAR Café, Racing fans, this is a MUST-STOP on your Las Vegas vacation plans. Located just inside the Sahra Hotel, the NASCAR Cafe offers museum quality memorabilia from your favorite drivers. Two floors of hot NASCAR articles incluing jumpsuits, helmets and even the cars themsleves. Grab a table on the top floor to overlook the fans wandering below. This place also offer great food and libations for those thirsty souls after the last lap.
• World's Largest Souvenir store located across the street from the Sahara. They have every knick-knack, tacky t-shirt, and goofy Vegas themed item you could want. They even sell luggage so you can get your purchases back home.

Sam's Town
Things to do/see:
• See and hear animated birds and animals: Sam's Town atrium
• Sunset Stampede The park like setting is quiet with little critters in the trees and around the babbling brook which runs through Sam's Town artrium, but every day this lovely setting comes alive. An incredible FREE laser light and water show erupts from the cliff at Mystic Falls Park. The wolf atop the cliff begins the show with eerie long howls and then the water show shoots high. Shows 2pm, 6pm, 8pm & 10pm. 702-456-7777. Mystic Falls atrium
• Century 18 movie theaters- all stadium seating with loveseats and rockers to allow unobstructed views
• 24 hour bowling alley

San Remo-
• stop by the Keno Lounge and pick up their booklet. It's the most interesting and fun booklet I've ever seen on playing Keno in Las Vegas lounges! Called "The Joy of Keno," it's patterned after the famous "Joy of Sex" book. If nothing else, you'll get a chuckle and a cute souvenir

Slots-a-Fun –
Things to do/see:
• free pull on a special slot machine is yours for the asking
• (Next to Circus-Circus): Coupons on a regular basis are available in many of the freebie magazines around town for a FREE Deck of Cards with a $1.00 purchase in the Gift Shop. You can also pick up coupon books at Circus-Circus to use at Slots A Fun, and your Ringmaster Slot Club Card will work at either Circus-Circus or Slots A Fun. #1033

Stardust
Things to do/see:
• This place is most like what a casino used to be when the mafia was in charge of the glitz and glitter
• sign up for the slot club you get a heavy metal keychain that conveniently has the Stardust's reservation number on the back
• Wayne Newton; Sat.-Thurs. through June 13; 8 p.m.; $54.95
Stratosphere-
Things to do/see:
• Trick Art Museum (coupon) Stratosphere's Trick Art Museum of Las Vegas showcases a unique brand of art that transforms flat, 2-dimensional paintings into "living" 3-dimensional works of art that you can see, touch and photograph. The Trick Museum, one of 17 in the world, contains over 30 paintings and is located in the Tower Shops on the second floor
• The 1,149 foot Tower is home to the World's most exhilarating rides. Open: Sunday - Thursday 10am to 1am; Friday - Saturday until 2am $6 (adults), $4 (NV residents, seniors and kids 4-12). Best to go at night. TOWER ADMISSION PRICES (subject to change) Tower admission $9, Locals, seniors, hotel guests and children 4-12 $3 discount, Children 3 and under Free. Towere Audio tour: $4, Big Shot $8, X-Scream $8, High Roller $4, XTREME Value Packages – Xtreme all-day unlimited package, $24.95, X1 Tower Admission Big Shot and XScream $19, X2-Tower Admissiona and XScream $15, X3-Tower admission and Big shot $15, X4 – Tower Admission and High Roller $11, X5 – Tower Admission and Audio Tour $13
• Strat-o-Fair midway area with a smaller, kids version of the Big Shot - appropriately called the Little Shot - as well as games, a ferris wheel, mechanical bull riding and other attractions $3 per game/ride. Located in the mall area.

Treasure Island
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Things to do/see:
• The Sirens of TI Summer Schedule
The Sirens of TI is now performing four free shows nightly at 7, 8:30, 10, and 11:30 pm under its extended summer schedule (the winter schedule was 6, 8, and 10 pm). The show has also been changed and now reportedly runs about six minutes shorter
• Mystere A truly amazing production, featuring unbelievable and astonishing acts, brought together by the French-Canadian company Cirque du Soleil. Mystere is a visual fantasia with acrobatics, tumbling, pole dancing, hand balancing, bungee dancers, and more. The production is underscored by live progressive music as well. A must see. Effective June 9, 2004: Mystère will be dark on Monday and Tuesday. Tickets will be $95 with a limited selection of $60 tickets, subject to availability 7:30pm & 10:30pm Seats: $95 Note: Please arrive 30 minutes before showtime for Pre-Show Entertainment
• DINNER & MYSTÈRE PACKAGE: Dinner Voucher can only be used in Buccaneer Bay, Francesco's and The Steak House using the package prix fixe menu. Package includes gratuity and tax for food items on prix fixe menu only. Beverages not included in package price. Reservations required at Restaurants during 5pm, 5:30pm, 6:00pm, 9:30pm & 10pm time slots only. $155 per person
Tropicana-
Things to see/do:
• See the brilliant collection of parrots: Tropicana Birds. Parrots and Macaws and who knows what else can be found in the casino
• a small ammusment arcade by the entrance to the swimming pool Open 8am to 12 midnight
• "Casino Ledgends Hall of Fame"- This is a museum that tells the story of Vegas with thousands exhibits, from chips of every casino there ever has been, to one of Elvis's Jump Suits. There are also a couple of videos playing showing how organized crime and Vegas were linked, old Casinos being imploded and the story of Evil Keniviel's motorbike jump over the Grand Canyon. Sunday - Thursday 7am to 9pm $4 (adults), $3 (seniors) (702) 739-2222. Free coupons are everywhere!
• wildlife walk
• Tropicana Tiger Habitat at the Tropicana features a tiger habitat outside the entrance of the hotel. hours: 1pm-pm Daily except Fridays. admission: Free!
• Tropican Bird Show (Free) Talented animal trainer Tiana Carroll and her fine-feathered cast of amazing birds will have you in awe! Perch yourself in the Tropics Lounge and watch them sing, dance, ride a bicycle, fly through hoops on command and even juggle upside down for you! You're a star of the show, too, as you egg on these beautiful birds with lots of lively audience participation. Best of all, this fun show is absolutely FREE so get ready to have the time of your life! Show times
11:30 am • 1:30 pm • 2:30 pm FREE daily in the Tropics Lounge
• Join the slot club you will get a baseball cap, keying, pair of dice or pack of playing cards
• Rick Thomas magic show - Crowned Stage Magician of the year at the World Magic Awards. See rare tigers and tantalizing temptresses vanish in to thin air, along with stunning new illusions recently added to this dazzling show. Experience the quality of a premiere nighttime show at a magical daytime price - An extraordinary Las Vegas entertainment value! Tickets only $19.65 per person! Showtimes 2 & 4 PM in the Tiffany Theatre dark Fridays
• Air Play - Experience the classic variety entertainment showcase from bold new heights, with "Air Play." This energetic 20-minute production takes place up in the air, suspended over the slot tops on the main casino floor! Now while you enjoy your favorite slots, you can witness the daredevil thrills of flying aerial acts. Marvel at amazing acrobats and incredible contortionists. Tap your toes to show-stopping Broadway tunes performed by a talented cast of singers and dancers. The show changes with each of six performances daily, so stop back and catch each one. You certainly can't beat the ticket price - Air Play is absolutely FREE! Show times 11 am • 1 pm • 3 pm • 5 pm • 7 pm • 9 pm daily on the main casino floor

Venetian-
Things to see/do:
• Venetian's Preview. See a TV pilot show or watch a Hollywood movie trailer and give your opinion. It's all free plus you get a free T-Shirt. Preview Studios inside the Venetian
• Madame Tussaud's Celebrity Encounter features more than 100 exquisite wax figures. Open daily 10am to 11pm $13.50 (adults), $13 (NV residents & seniors), $10.75 (children 4-12) (702) 367-1847. Famous icons of Las Vegas' past and present in their natural settings will adorn the 28,000 Sq. Foot attraction. Approximately 100 figures will be featured, many with strong Las Vegas links, such as Elvis, Tom Jones, and Frank Sinatra
• Theaters of Sensation--3-D Motion Adventure Rides Located at the Venetian Resort Hotel Casino in the Grand Canal Shoppes. Five different 3-D Motion adventures rides showing on two screens, featuring a virtual Gondolo Ride, mysterious Venetian Carnival, Time Travel to King Tut's Tomb, along with underwater and outer space experiences. Open every day from 10:00 AM to 11:00 PM (to midnight on Fridays and Saturdays.)
• Canal Shops (Open 10 am to 11 pm, until midnight Friday and Saturday).
• St. Marks Square - the "street performers" and "living statue
• Wind your way through the Grand Canal Shoppes to St. Mark's Square at the Venetian and see the "street performers" and "living statue". Go into the casino's main entrance and take the escalator up one level to get to the Shoppes. Open 10 am to 11 pm (until midnight Friday and Saturday).
• Gondola Rides - gondoliers will serenade you whilst black and white swans swim past you. Inside rides are given from 10 am to 10:30 pm (until 11:30 Friday and Saturday) and outside rides are from 11 am to 7 pm. $12.50 a person and same-day reservations are required. (Details are available at the information desk at the top of the up escalator just inside the casino's main entrance.)
• There is a "Gondolier March" through the Shoppes to St. Mark's Square at 9:30 am and 4 pm
• painted ceilings in the Venetian. The painted ceilings are actually in three areas; the main casino entrance, the hotel lobby, and the Galleria hall that connects the two. Once you go in the main casino entrance and view that ceiling, the Galleria will be off to your right. Even if you're not an art lover you'll enjoy the painted ceilings in the Venetian.
• Guggenheim Hermitage Museum presents 45 major examples of Impressionist, Post-Impressionist, and early Modern painting from these two world-renowned collections. The exhibition features signature artworks from the Guggenheim and Hermitage, including masterpieces by Cézanne, Chagall, Kandinsky, Matisse, Monet, Picasso, Renoir, and van Gogh. 9:30 am- 8:30 pm daily. Admission: $15 adults, $12 seniors and Nevada residents, $11 students with ID, $7 children 6-12, under six free; audio guide included in price of ticket.
Westward Ho-
Things to do/see:
• free "Ho-larious Comedy!" or a similar show sniff around the free magazines and the hotel for free tickets because they should be readily available (provided they have a show going on)

FREMONT STREET
Fremont Street Experience:
Basically they have closed off about five blocks of Fremont Street to car traffic and have covered it with a giant canopy of lights. After sunset there is a giant light show that takes place every hour. Along Fremont Street there are a variety of carts with things to buy (T-shirts, mugs, license plate frames, blown glass, pictures of your face superimposed on another body, etc.). Also, on occasion, there are performers and events along the street. We've seen concerts there as well as parades. Shows start at dusk and are repeated until 11 pm Sunday thru Thursday and midnight Friday and Saturday.

Binion’s Horseshoe-


El Cortez

Fitzgerald's

Things to see/do:
• the key from your motel or hotel will score you a funbook and maybe a metal keychain at the upstairs welcome desk. The keychain won't be given to you until an hour after you join the slot club, but you don't have to stick around. Just come back later
• Larry G. Jones - The Man of 1,002 Voices. Side-splitting parodies, Amazingly Accurate Voices. Singing and Comedy Impressions of Celebrities from the last 50 years like The Temptations, Sammy Davis Jr., & Cher. 5:00pm daily except Tue & Wed. FREE with 1 drink minimum of $3.00. 702-388-2400
• Tribute to Elvis Friday & Saturday 9:10pm, 10:10pm and 11:10pm
• A good place to view the FSE light show is on the “Lucky Lookout Balcony” porch upstairs

Four Queens
Things to see/do:
• If you apply for their slot club through their web site, you'll receive a free visor when you present a printout and pick up your card in person. Visors are the cool people's way of saying, I like hats, but not if they cover my lustrous head of hair.

Fremont Hotel and Casino
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Things to see/do:
There is a FREE Prize Machine (not a slot machine) for Slot Club Members located right next to the Club Booth. Insert your Player's Card once per day for a chance to win prizes ranging from small gifts like key chains, letter openers, and playing cards, to jackets, shirts and hats

Gaughan’s Plaza-
Things to see/do:
• The Plaza gives out a FREE Photo Key Chain with all new slot card sign-ups on a regular and ongoing basis. Check the mirror before you go to sign-up. It's a cute souvenir. #93001
• Dirk Arthur’s- The New Art of Magic tickets are now on sale. Dirk will appear in The Plaza Showroom Wednesday - Sunday at 7:00 p.m., with an additional matinee on Sunday at 3:00 p.m. Tickets are $29.95 and $34.95 (plus CET, and handling fees) for the show only. Dinner/show packages start at $39.95 (plus CET, handling fees, and gratuity). Tickets may be purchased at The Plaza box office. #92103
• New FREE afternoon show featuring singer-impressionist Robbie Howard. Look for a coupon in the tourist magazines, like Tour Guide. A $22.95 value for FREE. Shows at 1 and 3 pm. One drink minimum purchase required. #52503

Golden Gate
Things to see/do:
Watch for "The Promotions Girl" near the entrances from 6 to 11 pm Wednesday through Sunday nights. She passes out Fortune Cookies that contain bonuses for food discounts, free drinks, and gambling match plays, slot and video poker bonuses. (Editor's Note: Management informs us that they may expand this promotion to 7 nights a week in the near future, so look around if you're there on a Monday or Tuesday as well.) #61701

Golden Nugget

• this casino is home to the largest gold nugget in the world. It is the size of a small child but weighs considerably more. They keep it behind glass so that you cannot touch it and we cannot steal it.

Lady Luck – CLOSED FOR REMODEL
Things to see/do:
• Offering a new afternoon show called,"Stars of the Strip" (Comedic Impersonations), Monday thru Friday at 2 and 3:30 pm. Regular price is $14.95, but coupons are available for FREE admission in most of the freebie magazines around town.

Las Vegas Club

Things to see/do:
• There is a lot of sports memorabilia in this place. Nothing worth going out of your way for, but if you're downtown and you want to see Satchel Paige's autograph, or Willie McCovey knocking one out of the park, check it out. Sports Hall of Fame- Catch the memories in our Sports Hall of Fame, home to a fabulous collection of sports memorabilia. The Hall of Fame is open 24 hours and the best part is, it's free!

Main Street Station
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Things to see/do:
• New Slot Club Member sign-ups at any Station Casino get FREE Slot Play Instantly. Win $5.00, $10.00, $20.00 or $100. in FREE Instant Slot Play Cash when you sign-up. (No current expiration date on this offer.) #2302
• There is a piece of the Berlin Wall in the men’s room

Neonopolis
• Lost Vegas Historic Gambling Museum. -. It features more than 5,000 items and exhibits. The new museum is the brain child of the people behind the Casino Legends Hall of Fame at the Tropicana. The museum is open from 10 a.m to 9 p.m. seven days a week. Admission is a $1.25 for seniors and $2.50 for adults
• Movie Theater – Crown Theaters Summer Movie madness= discount movies and snacks daytime only!
• NEONOPOLIS HOURS
Sunday-Thursday 11am to 9pm
Friday-Saturday 11am to 10pm
Food Court
Sunday-Thursday 11am to 7pm
Friday-Saturday 11am to 10pm

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wow I didn't know there were things to do in vegas for free, besides looking at the lights. Thanks for the info..
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wow that is amazing ,,people allways talk about gambling but i never knew there was so much free stuff in las vegas
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By my last day in Vegas, I can only afford the free stuff!
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This is the best list I've seen so far on things to do in Vegas. We did a few things on our last visit, but now I can fit more things in our time. Thanks.
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This year the Fremont Street NFR Party is December 5th Party from 5:00-11:00 PM and listen to country music free.
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