Las Vegas – Downtown

Las Vegas / Downtown


Downtown represents the birthplace of everything Vegas is known and loved for. As the historic heart of Las Vegas, downtown offers a marriage between old and new Vegas – where classic casino meets EDM shows, biker bar meets video game lounge, and historic steakhouse meets vegan cafe. Home to world famous attractions such as the viva vision light canopy and the SlotZilla zip line, bustling Downtown Las Vegas offers a truly unforgettable experience to both travelers and locals alike.

The Moke Experience offers the perfect form of transportation for Downtown Las Vegas visitors. The eMoke is an all-electric vehicle that boasts zero emissions, ridiculously chic styling, and a range of eye-catching color and customization options. With its open-air body styling, the eMoke offers unrivaled sightseeing capabilities, quickly becoming one of the most sought-after and stylish transport experiences available in Downtown Las Vegas.

  • Things to do with eMoke

    • Cruise down the Las Vegas Strip, where many of the largest hotel, casino, and resort properties in the world are located.
    • Explore Downtown Freemont & the Arts District, formerly known as the “Glitter Clutch” for the abundance of neon lights.
    • Take in the spectacular show at the Fountains of Bellagio, A water, music & light show designed to mesmerize its admirers.
    • Get your photo with the iconic Welcome to Fabulous Las Vegas sign!
    • Visit the Neon Museum and Boneyard. Home of all the historically significant old casino signs.

  • Things to know about Las Vegas

    • Las Vegas is a 24 hour city.
    • The Las Vegas Strip is the brightest place on Earth when looked at from outer space.
    • The Bronze lion outside of the MGM Grand Hotel weighs 50 tons!
    • Fremont Street was the first paved street in Las Vegas in 1925.
    • Las Vegas Boulevard, where The Strip is located, has had several names. It’s been called 5th Street, Arrowhead Highway, Los Angeles Highway, Salt Lake Highway, US 91, US 93, US 466 and State Route 6

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