Evening tour in Las Vegas
Although Las Vegas is famous for gambling, endless restaurants, risqué shows and thriving bars, it is also a place where tourists can visit New York, Paris and other foreign countries in one day.
One of the most famous Las Vegas specialties are the neon signs that burst into the night. For all the Vegas nightlife, consider taking a tour. Night tours offer both land and air routes to see the neon color of the city.
Las Vegas provides endless excitement. You can ride the Las Vegas Strip, watch famous shows, or walk down Fremont Street to experience this vibrant city. One can easily take a tour of the nearby Grand Canyon, Antelope Canyon, Hoover Dam and more.
We also recommend visiting Las Vegas from a different, much higher perspective on the Night Helicopter Tour, which departs every evening (weather permitting) for 90 minutes. You will board a six-seater helicopter, fly over the Vegas Strip and fly past replicas of New York, Paris, Venice, Caesar's Palace, then circle the Stratosphere, visit Fremont Street and fly past the Luxor Pyramid.
The most convenient excursion in the evening will be for those who visit Las Vegas for work, because during the day they do not have the opportunity to explore interesting places, but in the evening they do.
What will you see on the tour
Enjoy the extravagant vibrancy of Las Vegas with a car or tour bus ride. The 5-6 hour trip includes a visit to the top of the Stratosphere Tower and a walk along Fremont Street. We can cater to special requests from guests and explore other areas of Las Vegas where possible.
Travel by air-conditioned bus with an informative guide during the night tour will include visits to the following attractions.
- Fountains of Bellagio
Bellagio Lake throws up spectacular fountains to the music of Michael Jackson and Gene Kelly. 1,200 water cannons, arranged in lines and circles, fire into the water, which dances and sways to the music, reaching up to 460 feet. Grab a seat at one of the Bellagio's restaurants overlooking the water, or enjoy the view from the sidewalk.
- Gondola rides
Buy tickets (from $21 per person) at St. Mark's Square, then ride through the canals that intertwine with Venetian architecture. Wooden boats and singing gondoliers are quite authentic to the culture.
- Neon Museum
Vegas has a reputation for rigging its history with explosives and sending it into a cloud of dust. However, Vegas' neon past escaped that fate with this downtown museum full of vintage signs. Book your tour in advance and learn about the city's legendary sites and quirky characters through the signs they left behind. During the evening visit, you will feel even more the atmosphere of the city.
- Fremont Street
With a flashing light show, a parade of street performers, regular live music, and a merry drunken crowd, the Fremont Street walk experience has always been sensually overwhelmed. The ceiling in which the screen is built into will also make an indelible impression on you.
- Pawnshop gold and silver
Tourists flock to this Las Vegas Boulevard pawnshop, where you can catch a glimpse of Chumlee, Rick, or Old Man among vintage guns, rarities, and memorabilia. Bring in a sample for evaluation, browse the merchandise, or pose for a photo at the city's most famous pawnshop. But be prepared to wait, because long queues on weekends are common. When you're done checking ancient coins, you can grab a slice of pizza, some barbecue, or a cheese plate at Smoke's Poutinerie.
And this is only part of the sights, unexpected surprises await you during the tour.
How is the tour
The excursion, in view of its specificity, begins at sunset — from 06:00 pm. It will end around 10-11:00 pm. Book the date of the visit in advance, so there will be more chances that the guide will have free time in the schedule.
Part of the tour is on foot, so guests are advised to wear comfortable shoes.
We are constantly striving to improve routes and tour features. If such improvements can be made, we can slightly adjust the route.
Explore Las Vegas with an evening tour with American Butler.