Las Vegas welcomed over 32 million visitors in 2021, and according to a Las Vegas Convention and Visitors Authority (LVCVA) survey, 53% of them made it a point to visit Downtown Las Vegas during their trip.
The reasons for visiting downtown included dining, sightseeing, gambling, and of course, seeing the Fremont Street Experience light show. For those looking to make their way downtown, we thought it would be helpful to make an easy-to-read, printable, PDF map of downtown Las Vegas casinos.
In addition to casinos, our map also depicts a few notable landmarks such as Neonopolis, Walgreens, and the Downtown Container Park which can be found across Fremont Street from El Cortez.
Our Downtown Las Vegas casino map, available as a PDF download, is up to date and includes the newest casino addition to Fremont Street – Circa.
Map of Downtown Las Vegas Casinos
Below, we have also embedded the Google street map of Downtown Las Vegas which will provide the location of other dining options and attractions.
Street Map of Downtown Las Vegas
Tips and Suggestions for your Downtown Las Vegas Visit
- Looking for table games with a low minimum bet? In general, casinos further away from the Fremont Street Experience canopy offer lower limits. Use our casino map of Downtown to navigate to El Cortez, Downtown Grand, Main Street Station, or California as they are more likely to offer $10, or even $5 minimums on games like blackjack, roulette, and craps. Downtown Grand is currently even dealing a $1 blackjack game!
- Although not listed on our Fremont Street map to avoid clutter, there are numerous options for snagging a cheap meal. Among our go-to’s are Doner Kebab in Neonopolis, White Castle, and Pizza Rock at Downtown Grand which we rated as the best pizza by the slice in Las Vegas. Check out our full rundown of cheap meal options on Fremont street here.
- Slot and video poker games that use tokens or coins have gone extinct on the Strip minus Circus Circus, however, there are still a number of casinos downtown that offer them. Currently, El Cortez, Main Street Station, and Plaza offer coin-operated games.
- On the topic of slot machines, we personally love playing Silver Strike games which are non-existent on the Strip. Silver Strike games kick out a commemorative token, which is sometimes made of silver, for landing a “Silver Strike” emblem on the pay line. While they have a face value (typically $10 or $40) and can be redeemed, most people hang on to them as a souvenir. Use our Fremont Street map to find them at 4 Queens and Plaza.
- Circa Hotel and Casino, the first ground-up resort built Downtown in decades opened its doors in October of 2020 and it’s a stunner. Ensure you carve out time to check out the largest sportsbook in the world, their Stadium Swim rooftop pool deck, and the refurbished Vegas Vickie which is on display inside. Check out our experience on opening night at Circa here!
- There are a ton of things to do besides gambling downtown Las Vegas – See some of our favorite suggestions.
- History is thick on Fremont Street. If you’re a history dweeb like us, make sure you check out some of these historic things to see in downtonwn Las Vegas.
Hopefully, our printable map of Fremont Street casinos will help you to navigate more effectively and plan your Las Vegas itinerary! Have a great time in Vegas, and win big!
See Also: Downtown Las Vegas Happy Hour Deals.
I’m a former software salesman turned Vegas aficionado. While the craps table is my preferred habitat, I pull myself away to explore new attractions, shows, restaurants, and outdoor activities around Las Vegas with the intent of sharing my experiences.
Ultimately, I just want to help folks plan a better trip and save a few bucks in the process.