18b Las Vegas Arts District
The 18b Las Vegas Arts District is a classic urban mix of residential, commercial and cultural uses, including one-of-a-kind art galleries, stores, and restaurants just a short walk or bus ride from Fremont Street.
City of Las Vegas
Applying for a special event permit or a film permit you’ll want to visit the city of Las Vegas’ website for more information.
Interested in arts and culture? The Cultural Corridor Coalition is a downtown nonprofit organization comprised of seven member cultural institutions – the Natural History Museum, Mormon Fort, Lied Discovery Museum for Children, the Neon Museum and Boneyard, Reed Whipple Cultural Center, Cashman Center and Las Vegas Library.
Downtown Las Vegas Alliance (DLVA)
The Downtown Las Vegas Alliance is a nonprofit, service-oriented organization of downtown stakeholders comprised of public, private and not-for-profit entities committed to creating a vehicle for the advancement and progress of downtown Las Vegas.
Downtown 3rd Street
A vibrant neighboring area that has bars, lounges and restaurants and will be home to long awaited renovation to the former Lady Luck and when the dust settles and the doors open it will be known as the Downtown Grand Hotel & Casino.
Fremont Street Experience
The world-famous, one-of-a-kind entertainment venue is home to Viva Vision, the biggest big screen on the planet. More than 12 million lights in the Viva Vision canopy and 550,000 watts of concert quality sound pumped to speakers throughout the venue produce an incredible array of eye-popping imagery and heart pounding music.
Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department
Opening in February 2012 within an historic former federal court house and U.S. post office, the National Museum of Organized Crime and Law Enforcement will present a bold and authentic view of organized crime’s impact on Las Vegas and the world.
Smith Center for the Performing Arts
Named in honor of Fred W. and Mary B. Smith, this world-class performing arts center will be home to Nevada Ballet Theatre, Las Vegas Philharmonic, and first-run touring productions.