In this post, we will tell you how to get free walking tours in Las Vegas, how to find them, and which ones might work best for you.
There is only one company in Las Vegas which runs free tours. While technically free, they operate really on a pay-what-you-like or what-you-can-afford basis.
Generally, the suggested amount is $10 – $15 per adult for an enjoyable tour, but again, you can pay whatever you wish, including nothing.
Nomad Tours and Rentals offer a free walking tour of the Las Vegas Strip. It is a 2-hour and -mile walk that starts right in front of the Mirage Hotel volcano.
You’ll learn about the city’s history, its mafia influences, the biggest attractions, and tips from your local guide.
They suggest booking your spot online as space is limited due to their limited schedule.
Nomad Tours and Rentals also offer paid tours of the Strip and kayak rentals.
If you are considering purchasing, or already have purchased, a tourist attraction discount pass, then keep in mind that there are walking tours already included in the passes for free.
Tourist passes work by bundling together numerous tours and attractions into one low, discounted price, usually at a savings of up to 55%, depending on your interests and stamina.
TIP: We have a post to help you determine which attraction discount pass works best for you if any.
This walking tour is included for free with the purchase the All-Inclusive Sightseeing Pass and GoCityPass.
Las Vegas Walking Tours will take you down the Las Vegas Strip with a knowledgeable guide. You’ll see Union Station, Fremont Street, the Downtown Container Park, and the pawnshop featured on Pawn Stars.
This tour normally costs $35/adult and gets outstanding reviews.
The tours run 7 days a week, and booking the tour 24 hours in advance is required.
The daily walking tours with Las Vegas Pop Culture Tours treat the city as an outdoor museum. Local guides will show you where movie scenes have been filmed and give interesting facts about the city’s neon signs.
The 90-minute downtown Pop Culture Fremont Street Walking Tour is included with the All-Inclusive Las Vegas Pass.
This tour costs $30/adult if you buy it alone. It gets outstanding reviews.
The tours are recommended for adults over 21 and booking the tour 24 hours in advance is required.
Big Bus Tours operate double-decker, hop-on-hop-off buses in Las Vegas.
When you purchase a Big Bus night tour, you’ll get a free walking tour of Fremont Street, though all Big Bus tickets packages include the night tour and walk already.
Your guide will point out all the popular nightlife spots and give some interesting insider information.
Unlike their daytime hop-on-hop-off tours, the night tour is one continuous trip with live commentary. They will stop at Fremont Street to allow people time to wander and shop or take the free walking tour.
There are three tour departures each night, and booking this tour in advance is required.
If you’d rather take a walking tour of Las Vegas on your own time or without the group, there are several self-guided walking tours you can find of the city!
This self-guided tour starts at the Welcome to Las Vegas sign and ends at the Fashion Show Mall on the opposite end of the Strip.
It is approximately 3.4 miles (5.5 km) long, and you’ll take approximately 1.5 hours.
The Borderless Project has a “DIY walking tour guide” for you to follow up the main Strip in Las Vegas.
They have highlighted free activities and attractions for you to see or participate in along the way.
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