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The Pop Culture Walking Tour of Fremont Street
"On this small-group tour you will discover one of the most famous streets in Las Vegas - Fremont Street. Before there was the Strip Las Vegas centered around this infamous street which in 1905 became the first paved road in Las Vegas. How times have changed!Your tour guide will take you through 10 historic blocks and 12 iconic stops including the famous Neon Cowboy and several historic casinos. You can count on seeing a lively streetsc"""The Pop Culture Walking Tour of Fremont Street celebrates Las Vegas as America’s outdoor museum of popular culture. This small-group tour is the city's most original 90-minute walking tour of downtown filled with history and architecture. Your local savvy guide will share their entertaining stories about historic Glitter Gulch
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Downtown and Fremont Street History Walking Tour
"Your 2-hour walking tour begins when you meet your guide on the famed Fremont Street in downtown Las Vegas. Located in the heart of downtown’s Casino Corridor Fremont Street can be spotted in famous Las Vegas photos and film scenes.On this 1.5-mile (2.5-km) tour you’re also bound to learn things you didn’t even imagine existed off the Strip let alone Las Vegas. Discover the joys of randomness found in this part of town: a piece of the Berlin Wall in a men’s bathroom a 19th-century chandelier from the San Francisco Opera House and 1870s street lamps from Brussels.Check out where Old Blue Eyes and the rest of the Rat Pack used to hang out and walk under the Fremont Street Experience’s canopy of lights in a ped the Golden Gate and Binion's and snap a photo of the quirkiest wedding chapel in town. You might even spot Pawn Stars’ toy appraiser Johnny Jimenez
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Las Vegas Segway Tour: South Fremont Street
"Your 2-hour Fremont Street Segway tour begins with pickup at your Las Vegas hotel. After you check at the starting location your guide will give you a brief orientation so that you can use your Segway safely and easily. Get acquainted with your fun ride and then hit Fremont Street with your guide. You have two options for areas to explore.Coast through South Fremont S seen on Pawn Starsand Rick’s Restorations seen on American Restoration. Hit up some of the same locations included in the North Fremont Street tour — because they’re just too popular to miss — such as the Downtown Container Park and the Charleston Art District.""""There are many ways to see Las Vegas
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Studio 54 Tips (23)

Studio 54: Bright Lights and Empty Dance Floor

We had heard so much great things about Studio 54. We went and it cost us $20 to get into the Studio and we were given a free drink. Not your own choice of course, whatever the bar happened to be promoting. This being the 'busy' night we expected there would be many people. It was dead. The dance floor had maybe 4 people dancing, a few girls on the huge speakers.

I wouldn't bother going back again. Although I did like the music they were playing, it was boring otherwise. In fact they even had sections taped off so we couldn't sit down.

Dress Code No T-shirts, tank tops, baggy jeans, flannel shirts, hats, tennis shoes or work boots.

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Jan 08, 2014

Studio 54: The Stereophonics sang about this place!

Studio 54 was nothing like I expected...

I thought it would be big and brash, instead you just look for the golden 54 (as in my photo) on the casino wall, the entrance was more discreet than I was expecting.

I thought we'd be queuing for hours. We went on a Thursday night and I swear we were queuing for less than half an hour.

I thought everyone would be 'too cool' but the atmosphere was ok and me and my boyfriend felt like the two most dressed up people there!

The Dollhouse on a Thursday night is mainly RnB music, I enjoy dancing to this so if you like Justin Timberlake, Kanye West, Nelly Furtado etc then you will probably enjoy it. The club was alot smaller than I was expecting but it wasn't squashy. There were dancers on podiums and trapeze artists who dropped down from the ceiling every now and then.
There aren't many places to sit down in Studio 54 unless you pay for a VIP table.

The downside- We stayed at the MGM Grand and were offered no privileges unless we were willing to pay for them which we didn't bother. I also don't think I got in for free (which I was expecting as I had read about it) so be prepared to pay ladies! Also, I don't appreciate being thrown a filthy look by the toilet attendant just because I didnt tip her for giving me a piece of tissue (which I could've picked up myself) to dry my hands on. I know people work for tips in Vegas but I didn't feel it was justified in this instance!

I would go back to Studio 54 if it was local but as a tourist if I went back to Vegas I would go elsewhere. There's quite alot of hype about this place but there's nothing that special about it really.

Dress Code Well we thought it was dress to impress so I was wearing a 60s style mini dress with heels and my boyfriend was wearing shirt and tie (in a funky Justin Timberlake style, not businessman style) but when we got in there I'm pretty sure I saw girls in flipflops in jeans.

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Feb 17, 2008

Studio 54: Free Entertainment

This club was great! It had inspiring music... no top 40! Dancers come down from the cealing and spin on a trApeaze! Very cool! They are all about safe-fun, don't get sloppy drunk or you will be escorted out! P.S. A Gummy Bear is a sweet coconut-pineapple shot that is very tasty!

Dress Code Nice, no jeans!

Aug 16, 2007

Studio 54: DollHouse

Watch out for the "1 free admittance" tickets. Bouncer told us it was an advertising flyer and so was effectively useless. (We got the last laugh as our names were down on the guestlist anyway).

Came here on a Thursday night called Doll House, and although it was obviously of no interest to me, the gimmick is to employ attractive models to wander round the club and, by request, dress up in different skimpy outfits. Some are also painted as they podium dance by a body artist with possibly the greatest job on the planet. However I was here only as Studio54 is home to one of the few resident house DJ's in this hip hop / rock obsessed part of the world.

The club itself is meant to be replica of the original New York Studio 54, although as I'm unfortunately not a 1970's rock star, it would be a little hard to comment on its authenticity. They did have the mechanical moon and some acrobatic dancers on elastic ropes, but unfortunately the debauchery was limited to a bottle of Becks on the balcony.

Music was wishy-washy underground house (I couldn't name a single track for an hour), and although the mixing from the main (female) DJ wasn't too bad, the second girl that came on couldn't mix a cake. In fact she successfully managed to do the impossible and "warm the crowd DOWN". 'Highlight' of the night was the very tired sounding Armand Van Helden mix of Tori Amos "Professional Widow"... oh dear, no more to be said.

Crowd was in dire need of some stimulus, and one or two would have lost a 'dance off' with my grandma.

In the late 1970's Studio54 was probably the most unique space on the planet, but by the late 80's and early 90's, every tacky nightclub in the UK had unashamedly plagiarised their design and lighting. So, in the hands of the right DJ, this place could possibly be electric, but instead it reminded me of Manchester's Piccadilly 21 on a Wednesday night. Disappointing.

Dress Code Found this on the Guardian Travel pages. Feel free to replace 'Miami' with 'Vegas' or 'LA', as it sums up beautifully most nightclubs across America.

But the oddest aspect of Miami's cool clubs is how naff they are. The music is rubbish, ranging all the way from 50 Cent to Usher, and the clientele are dressed like they're going to the golf club (men) or to a mini skirt convention (women). Everyone is very beautiful, I suppose; flat-stomached and shiny-haired, with their tops tucked into their trousers - but they're not lively enough to work up a club atmosphere hotter than a menopausal flush. Oh well. After a few drinks, you stop caring, because Miami clubs are fantastic, enchanting environments, for all their strangeness. All they need are brilliant DJs: which they get during the Miami Music Convention, in March.

Miranda Sawyer
Saturday February 5, 2005

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Jul 22, 2006
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Studio 54: Studio 54 at MGM Grand

This club does not look as posh as other Vegas clubs. But the music is excellent and the crowd is FUN! The line up tends to be long, but like I said, if you're ALL girls and ALL dressed to kill, you should be able to go to the front of the line and get in in NO time at all!

Dress Code Dress to kill!

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Dec 28, 2005

Studio 54: Party at MGM

Studio 54 was a very fun spot, I went there whjile I was club hopping and had a blast! When I was there, MGM had a very young, sexy crowd, and everytime I stopped in I enjoyed myself, so a stop at Studio 54 is something you won't regret.

Dress Code Dress to Impress

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Nov 17, 2005

Studio 54: Recanting the old 70s hot spot

The entertainment was great--1 male & 2 female go go dancers gracing the catwalks, trapeze & swing acts, fun atmosphere and great music. However the place gets VERY crowded and doesn't leave much for dancing or even walking around. Also be prepared to spend some cash--$9 for a Red Bull, $5 for a small half-sized bottle of water, $11 for Long Island iced tea. Also prepare to wait in hours-long line if you get there after 11pm.

Dress Code Casual; jeans OK, but don't push it with the relaxed dress code. No sandals or hats for men.

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Sep 06, 2005

Studio 54: Party all night at Studio 54

Studio 54 is one of the hottest dance spots in Vegas and definitely hedonistic. Originally famous as the New York night club in the 70's, it was re-opened in Vegas in 1997. It has two levels, a main dance floor (always packed), and a couple of other dance floors upstairs. There's nowhere to sit unless you book and pay for a table, but it's more fun to dance to the top 40, hip-hop, and house music then to sit anyway. The DJ was really good. Added entertainment includes dancers, wall walkers, and acrobatic performances on trapeze and bungees above the main dance floor. Also smoke machines, hazers, confetti.

Open Tue - Sat: 10:00 p.m. - close (usually about 5 a.m.) Line up can be long on weekends but was not too bad when we went on a Tueday (about 20 minute wait at 11 p.m.) It was worth the short wait though. $10 for men, ladies free. You can buy a front-of-the-line pass for $40 but it's not worth it - it just means a slightly shorter line.

Dress Code No baggy jeans, shorts, tennis shoes, or work boots.

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Jan 08, 2005

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Studio 54: It's good to be a girl

Went to Studio 54 on a Saturday night. Ladies do not have to pay cover but they make up for it with exorbitant drink prices. The dancing was fun. They have acrobats on bungees swinging above the dance floor, walking up walls etc.

Dress Code Dress to Impress, you will be turned away if you are wearing jeans, gym shoes

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Oct 20, 2004

Studio 54: Studio 54

studio 54 is located in the mgm grand. lines can take up to 2 hours so you must buy vip tix in advanced so you dont have to wait in line. they seem to go back and forth w/the music between house, techno, and hip hop. but when you're wasted, you can pretty much dance to anything...

the club is fairly large 2 floors,4 dance floors, 4 bars i think? i cant remember. great kamikaze's, i was having 2 at a time but then again, i always have 2 shots of kamikaze's at a time...

they've got dancers, and acrobats, and confetti and balloon drops. and... it's nicely air conditioned in there! plenty of places to sit. the bathrooms may be a problem, there's always a long line out the door but i've found it to be the case in most clubs. we all had to hold it and used the restrooms in the casino.

ladies are free... guys were $20 i think?

Dress Code Dress Code: No baggy jeans, shorts, tennis shoes, or work boots... obviously...

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Sep 21, 2004

Studio 54 and Tabu: Studio 54 and Tabu

Studio 54 and Tabu are 2 places in the MGM Grand Hotel. Studio 54 is a well known club whose hype has made it extremely crowded, especially on the weekends. Waiting in line for 3-4 hours is possible here, for those who choose to do it. From what I heard, it seems that its largely a younger, and possibly a little too young, crowd that does this and that the place is packed inside.

Tabu is smaller and less well known, but it draws a see and want to be seen crowd.

Dress Code Studio 54 has a dress code of no shorts or flip flops, but I'm told its not always enforced. Tabu is dressier as it caters to the lounge crowd rather than the club crowd.

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Jun 17, 2004

Studio 54: Not your mothers nightclub

We waited about 1 1/2 hours to get into this club. But once we were in, we had a great time. Talk about full of people, it was jam packed with scantily clad people :-). It's a lot of fun, but I'm not sure it would be worth the wait again...

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Jun 02, 2004

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