The despair that comes with leaving Las Vegas for home at the end of a trip can be crippling. After all, leaving a city that is warmer than home, doesn’t force adherence to social norms, and provides non-stop entertainment to sit in a cube farm would degrade any reasonable person to a depressed state.
Luckily, for those struggling with not being in Vegas, there are a number of live streaming webcams that can be watched from home, bringing Vegas to you. Below, we’ll list webcam options both on the Las Vegas Strip and downtown.
Fremont Street Live Webcam from Neonapolis: Positioned at the Cat’s Meow, this webcam offers views a live feed of the east end of Fremont Street. Viewers can see under the Fremont Street Experience canopy, in front of The D, and the throngs of patrons that navigate the intersection of Fremont and N 4th Street. View the live webcam here.
Cats Meow Las Vegas Live Karaoke Webcam: This is a fun one. If you’re anything like me, you enjoy karaoke, not to sing yourself, but to watch others dazzle…. or crash and burn. You can now tune in to the Las Vegas karaoke scene thanks to the Cat’s Meow’s live stage webcam here.
North Las Vegas Strip Live Webcam: Situated atop TI, this rotating camera gives a live window into what is going on on the north end of the Las Vegas Strip. Pictured in the webcam most prominently are Mirage and Venetian, among other resorts. View the webcam here.
South Las Vegas Strip Live Webcam (MGM Grand): Perched on the south end of the Las Vegas Strip on MGM Grand, this rotating live webcam offers views of New York New York (to include the rollercoaster), Excalibur, Luxor, as well as street/sidewalk traffic on the south end of the Strip. View the live webcam here.
South Strip Live Webcam (NYNY): Another live webcam on the south end of the Strip, this rotating camera that sits atop New York New York offers live insight into the foot and vehicle traffic on the Las Vegas Strip below. View the live Strip webcam here.
Welcome to Fabulous Las Vegas Sign Live Webcam: The iconic and historic photo opportunity also has a live webcam trained on it 24/7. Something about watching couple after couple get their photo taken in front of the landmark on the south end of the Las Vegas Strip is soothing to watch during the workday. View the live webcam here.
Bellagio Conservatory Live Webcam: As one of the most popular free attractions in Vegas, many visitors have fond memories of the Bellagio Conservatory and desire to drop in from home via live webcam. You can view that camera here.
Boyd Fremont Street Experience Live Webcam: Affixed on Fremont Hotel and Casino downtown Las Vegas, this live webcam offers a view from underneath the canopy and is pointed at The D across Fremont Street. As this live feed is a street view, or close to the ground, this is a good option for people watching from afar. View the Fremont life webcam here.
The above live Las Vegas webcam options should be sufficient to give you your Vegas fix from afar. Whether people-watching, or simply wanting to see familiar landmarks, we suggest you tune into these video feeds early and often to soothe those post Vegas blues.