Main Street Station
Built on the site of a Union Pacific Railroad Depot, the Plaza opened in 1971. For decades it was a gaudy, cheap-looking hotel...
Binion's gambling hall and hotel was opened in 1951 by notorious Texan gambler Benny Binion, who wore gold coins for buttons on his...
A gambling hall and hotel have stood on this corner since 1906, one year after the whistlestop railway town of Las Vegas was founded. It...
This easygoing microbrewery inside Main Street Station's casino pours samplers of its craft beers, particularly hoppy IPAs, as well as...
Triple George Grill
Inspired by San Francisco's classic steak and seafood establishments, Triple George is hugely popular with business lunchers – though a...
200 N Main St · interesting places nearby
Main Street Station information
This filigreed casino re-creates Victorian opulence with its unique design, detailed craftwork and an extensive antiques collection. Pick up a brochure at the hotel's front desk and take a self-guided tour of the objets d'histoires . Highlights include exquisite bronze chandeliers (originally from an 1890s Coca-Cola building in Austin, Texas), a graffiti-covered chunk of the Berlin Wall (now supporting a urinal in the men's restroom) and an art-nouveau chandelier from Paris' Figaro Opera House.
Outside on Main St stands the private rail car once used by Buffalo Bill Cody.