The Las Vegas Arts District

The Las Vegas Arts District

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HeyNow-Hank
Coquitlam, Canada196 contributions
Mar 2022
For you Vegas veterans out there, you may get tired of the craziness of The Strip and/or Fremont Street. In that case, jump in a cab/uber (or your vehicle) and get yourself to S. Main Steet south of Charleston but north of Utah. You'll find the coolest independent businesses, restaurants, breweries, antique & retro shops, even a comedy club.

The area feels like a hip (but not too hip) area of suburban Phoenix. After many, many Vegas trips, we discovered this area and spent much of two days/evenings here. It's so relaxing. Be warned, this isn't the best way for first-timers or those with limited Vegas experience. However, when you're sick of The Strip and/or Fremont Street, this is an excellent place to take a "vacation" from your hectic Las Vegas vacation.
Written March 25, 2022
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Jktchorne
Fort Smith, AR1,066 contributions
Mar 2022 • Family
Best day we had in Vegas was exploring the art district. Love all the downtown art murals. Then it was full of vintage/thrift shops which my daughter enjoys. The antique & Pawn shops literally have something strangest stuff in them so it was fun to browse. We did not eat but there is plenty of food spots. Do not go early nothing really open till 11 or noon.

We not big fans or the Strip or Fremont with all the people. Going down here was a breath of fresh air. Really chill fun day.
Written March 29, 2022
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Mrsgsep
Vancouver, Canada329 contributions
May 2022 • Couples
Great neighborhood to walk around for 1-2 hours. A lot of vintage shops, breweries and restaurants. Find Vespers coffee for great coffee. Lots of interesting murals and alleys to explore. Hope to return at night to check out wine bar.
Written May 12, 2022
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David and Cindy
Kaleden, Canada727 contributions
Oct 2018 • Couples
Sort of off the beaten track, between downtown and the Strip. Definitely worth a trip to. Great exhibits. Awesome antique and thrift stores in the area. From downtown there is a free bus to the Art District.
Written December 28, 2018
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krecob
Las Vegas, NV3 contributions
Aug 2017 • Couples
This is definitely a great find in Las Vegas... 18 blocks of arts, crafts, antique store, food, drinks, bars and so much more. The area is getting a face lift by the city and looking good. A must visit when in Vegas and tired of the gambling scene.
Written August 19, 2017
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FromVegas
Las Vegas, NV163 contributions
Apr 2017 • Friends
The Arts District, started almost 20 years ago, is Las Vegas' best kept secret. It's over 18 blocks of art studios, art galleries, antique shops, theaters, restaurants, bars, yoga, boxing, gyms, shops, murals, hair salons and outdoor events. Every year it gets better and better. Being a very eclectic mix of businesses, in the past, it's suffered from a lack of self-promotion, hence it being not very well known. But recently, a number of great shops and galleries have opened and it's really taking off. Their website keeps tabs on the most recent events. There seems to be something every day of the week. Right now, you have to walk around with a good map or take one of the many segway or bike or bus tours but, literally, every day, new businesses open.

The new Nevada Museum of Art opened their temporary spot (for the next few years) at 920 S. Commerce Street.

You can bar hop on Cycle Pub Vegas at 201 N 3rd St, Las Vegas, NV.

I advise going to the website for the 18b.org and seeing what's happening. There's really a lot of things to do that don't involve the Strip or Downtown while showing you the real Las Vegas.
Written April 22, 2017
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StellaHobo
Hoboken, NJ496 contributions
Mar 2019 • Business
Love the emerging feeling of this area. Still has empty lots and vacancies, but budding businesses and creative spaces. The murals as well as some bars, coffee places and a creative, freedom is fun to explore.
Written March 31, 2019
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🎓🤓 Keep Life Simple 🤓🎓
Pittsburgh, PA67,948 contributions
Mar 2018 • Couples
The arts district has many unusual buildings with very colorful graffiti and much revitalization in the area .
Written March 14, 2018
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MominOC
Orange County, CA4,657 contributions
Oct 2019 • Couples
Area seems unsafe and nothing looked open on a Wednesday early afternoon. Would not walk anywhere in this neck of the woods.... just my opinion.
Written October 4, 2019
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HappyExplorer7752014
Arlington, VA686 contributions
Feb 2019 • Couples
We loved the antique and vintage shops in the arts district. I saw things I haven’t seen elsewhere - I think the older, wealthy residents turn their stuff over to the shops to sell when they no longer need or want it. What was unexpected is that the prices were very good, compared to things I’ve seen in other cities in the country. The shops are unique and the sales people were all friendly, knowledgeable, accommodating, and low-key. One store is mid-century themed (1950s and 1960s) for home furnishings and everything in it was clean, well organized, and in good repair. The owner takes pride in his treasures. There was a store with very weird, creepy stuff like bones, teeth, dental and medical tools, herbs...everything you’d need for casting spells or if you’re just into weird, creepy stuff. The antique mall was fascinating with lot of different types of displays. We didn’t have a lot of time there because the shops were closing at 5:00, but I look forward to our next trip to Las Vegas.
Written February 18, 2019
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