A view of Las Vegas’ famous Strip from the top of the Statosphere Tower. The Las Vegas Strip (also known as The Strip) is a 4 mi part of Las Vegas Boulevard South, most of which has been designated an All-American Road. The Strip is America’s only nighttime Byway and possibly the most concentrated collection of neon and lights in the world. A trip down the Strip is an all-inclusive way to experience the heart of Las Vegas — an adventure that captures 75 years of history, glitz, and roadside charm.
Most of the attractions and shows on the Strip are located on the hotel casino properties. Some of the more popular free attractions include the water fountains and the Conservatory at Bellagio, the Sirens of ti show at Treasure Island Hotel and Casino, and the White Tiger Habitat at The Mirage. More than 31 million visitors from all around the world are drawn to the lights of the Strip each year to experience its unique blend of exciting entertainment, scenic beauty, and lavishly landscaped resorts.