Fremont Street Experience
A five-block pedestrian mall topped by an arched steel canopy and filled with computer-controlled lights, the Fremont Street Experience,...
Check out the polished brass and white leather seats in the casino: day or night, the Golden Nugget is downtown's poshest address. With...
This old-school casino hotel is best known for its 'zero limit' betting policy and for being the birthplace of the World Series of...
Binion’s Ranch Steakhouse
When high-rollin’ cowboys finish up in the poker room, they tip back their Stetsons and ride the glass elevator up to this Old Vegas...
128 E Fremont St · interesting places nearby
Binion's gambling hall and hotel was opened in 1951 by notorious Texan gambler Benny Binion, who wore gold coins for buttons on his cowboy shirts and spurred the transformation of Fremont St casino hotels from sawdust gambling halls to classy carpet joints. Benny was among the first to offer free drinks for slot-machine players and airport limo rides for high rollers. Today, what appeals most about this bedraggled downtown property is its genuine country-and-western flavor.
Watch cowboys and cowgirls dressed up in their finest duds win big in Binion's famous poker room.