Cannabis friendly travel on a Budget – Free things to do in Vegas.

Las Vegas is known for being a place to spend money. Whether it’s gambling, seeing a show, or eating at a five-star restaurant, there’s no shortage of ways to part with your cash in Sin City. However, what you may not know is that there are also plenty of free things to do in Las Vegas! Here are 5 of our favorites.

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1. The Fountains of Bellagio

One of the most iconic attractions in Las Vegas, the Fountains of Bellagio put on an incredible water show set to music several times a day. The best part? It’s absolutely free to watch! Head on over to the front of the Bellagio hotel and casino on the Strip and enjoy the show.

2. The Volcano at The Mirage

Another free attraction located on the Strip is the volcano at The Mirage hotel and casino. This volcano “erupts” every 15 minutes from 6 p.m. to 11 p.m., shooting fireballs into the air and spewing steam into the night sky. It’s a must-see for any first-time visitor to Las Vegas! This hotel is not cannabis friendly.

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3. The Conservatory & Botanical Gardens at The Bellagio

If you’re looking for something a little more low-key than the fountains or the volcano, take some time to explore the Conservatory & Botanical Gardens at The Bellagio. This oasis in the middle of the desert features beautiful flowers and plants arranged in stunning displays that change with the seasons. Admission is always free, so take your time strolling through this hidden gem.

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4. Freemont Street Experience

If you want to step back in time and see what old-school Las Vegas was like, head downtown to Freemont Street Experience. This pedestrian mall is lined with vintage hotels and casinos, plus there’s live entertainment every night (including an incredible light show set to music that takes place overhead). It won’t cost you a dime to walk around and take in all the sights and sounds of this unique area of town!

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5. Red Rock Canyon National Conservation Area

If you need a break from all the action on the Strip, head out to Red Rock Canyon National Conservation Area for some peace and quiet in nature. This beautiful area is just a short drive from downtown Las Vegas and offers hiking trails, rock climbing routes, and plenty of opportunities for wildlife watching (binoculars are helpful for this). Best of all, admission is only $7 per vehicle!

Last bits….

While Las Vegas is definitely known as a place where you can spend money, there are actually plenty of free things to do as well! From watching water shows and erupting volcanoes to exploring botanical gardens and taking hikes in Red Rock Canyon, there’s something for everyone—and you don’t have to spend a dime!