The Neon Museum
Looking for a place to have a reception you’ll never forget? Try the Neon Museum, where larger-than-life signs of Vegas past find a new home. It’s charming and literally has something vintage in every corner.
RTC Bike Share
Ever seen a wedding party on pedals? You could. With the RTC Bike Share, you’ve got a completely unique way to get around downtown. Nobody will forget the time they biked from the chapel to the after-party. You could even give your bike a vintage touch with a just married sign, strings and cans. “Here comes the bride on her bike share ride.” It’s kind of catchy.
Think of it like a big adult playground, where fun, games, cocktails and nightlife come together to create one big party that you’ll never forget. It features an outdoor courtyard known as the “Backyard,” with a variety of activities including oversized games, four square, fire pits, live music and a bar. Reserve space or just show up. Think of it like a reception with you and hundreds of friends you haven’t met yet.
There are so many places to eat, drink and party at the Downtown Container Park. From Big Ern’s BBQ, which offers real deal slow smoked BBQ with fresh sides made from scratch, to JinJu Chocolates, which offers delectable chocolates with a modern twist sure to melt in your guest’s mouth. Everybody in your wedding party can find something to satisfy their cravings. Be on the lookout for free live music every weekend. It’s like having your own band at your wedding.
Keep the party going.
At the end of your big day, there’s no better way to celebrate than in a classic Vegas hotel. Consider these three mainstays downtown, and keep the party going where it started all these years ago.
It’s the longest continuously running hotel and casino in Las Vegas and it still boasts the same classic façade it’s had since 1952. Some people call it the cornerstone of downtown. You can call it home for the best night of your life. Stop by The Parlour Bar, get a massage and then grab a bite to eat at Siegel’s 1941. You might even be lucky enough to stay in the same room that Ellie Goulding filmed her music video On My Mind.
When you think of downtown, you’ve got to think Golden Nugget. Built in 1946, this hotel and casino has history. Get a taste of the past and the future at the same time. Stop by the Ice Bar for a drink or slide down a world-class, one-of-a-kind waterslide through a shark tank. Then, take your pick from a Fremont Street nightclub to a sophisticated lounge scene. The party never has to stop at the Golden Nugget.