Famous for the huge lion outside (The Largest Bronze Sculpture in the western hemisphere) the MGM is one of the hotel/casinos on the Las Vegas Strip.
Located at Main Street and Fremont Street is the Plaza, prior to the construction of the casino, part of the site was used for the first train station in Las Vegas, a Spanish style depot, constructed in 1906. It was replaced in 1940 with a Streamline Moderne train station designed by H. L. Gogerty, with a Union Pacific shield, and “Streamliners & Challangers” neon sign. This station was demolished in 1970 and replaced by the Union Plaza Hotel, which included a small waiting room to be used as a station for Amtrak trains.
The Golden Gate Hotel & Casino is located at One Fremont Street in Las Vegas, Nevada, in the United States. A part of the Fremont Street Experience, it is the oldest and smallest hotel (106 rooms) on the Fremont Street Experience.
John F. Miller initially opened a temporary tent hotel – the Miller Hotel – on the property in 1905, while he planned to construct a permanent hotel structure, which opened as the Hotel Nevada on January 13, 1906. A casino operated within the hotel until a statewide gambling ban took effect in 1909. In 1931, the property was expanded and renamed as Sal Sagev (“Las Vegas” spelled backwards). The casino reopened that year when gambling in Nevada was legalized again. In 1955, the casino was renamed as the Golden Gate. The entire property was renamed as the Golden Gate Hotel and Casino in 1974. The Golden Gate was known for its cheap shrimp cocktails, served from 1959 to 2017.
El Portal Theatre
Architect: Charles Alexander MacNelledge
Opened: June 21, 1928
Located on Fremont Street, this building was Las Vegas‘ cultural center for many years. Its 700seat auditorium and elegant Spanish motif lobby were used for films, plays, music recitals, vaudeville shows, high school graduations and other social events.
This was also the first Air-conditioned building in Las Vegas.
Here are a few old photos I found online:
In April 1996, Sheldon Adelson announced plans to create on the property the largest resort on the Strip. This project would be situated on the former Sands property. On November 26, 1996, eight years after it was purchased by the owners of The Interface Group – Adelson, Richard Katzeff, Ted Cutler, Irwin Chafetz and Jordan Shapiro, the Sands Hotel was imploded to make way for The Venetian Resort Hotel Casino. Groundbreaking for the hotel began on April 14, 1997.
The resort opened on May 3, 1999, with flutter of white doves, sounding trumpets and singing gondoliers, with actress Sophia Loren joining The Venetian Chairman and Owner, Sheldon G. Adelson, in dedicating the first motorized gondola. Built at a cost of $1.5 billion, it was one of the most expensive resorts of its kind when it opened.
On June 27, 2003, the 1,013-room Venezia Tower opened. It was built on top of the garage parking lot.
In 2010, it was announced that it will be affiliated with InterContinental Hotels Group.
In October 2011, the Cantor Race & Sportsbook opened, which was the only Las Vegas sportsbook that was open for 24 hours a day. On June 11, 2012, the Venetian opened Carnevale, a summer-long festival that is anchored by a nightly 3-D projection show on the clock tower. In September 2012, The Blue Man Group show closed and relocated to the Monte Carlo, after being at the Venetian for six years.(from Wikipedia)
North Las Vegas is a city in Clark County, Nevada, located in the Las Vegas Valley. As of the 2010 census it had a population of 216,961, with an estimated population of 226,877 in 2013. The city was incorporated on May 16, 1946. It is located in the Las Vegas–Paradise, NV MSA and is the fourth largest city in the state of Nevada.
Madame Tussauds Las Vegas is a wax museum located in the Las Vegas Strip at The Venetian Las Vegas casino. The attraction opened in 1999, becoming the first Madame Tussauds venue to open in the United States. It features over 100 wax figures of famous celebrities, film and TV characters, athletes, musicians and Marvel superheroes, as well a 4D movie theatre. Subsequent Madame Tussauds venues opened in the U.S in New York City in 2000, Washington D.C. in 2007, and Hollywood, California in 2009.
Las Vegas Parks
6750 Aviary Way, North Las Vegas, NV 89084
7353 Eugene Ave, Las Vegas, NV 89128
Brooks Tot Lot
1421 East Brooks Avenue, North Las Vegas, NV 89030
Cheyenne Ridge Park
3814 Scott Robinson Boulevard, North Las Vegas, NV 89032
Cheyenne Sports Complex
3500 East Cheyenne Avenue, North Las Vegas, NV 89030
City View Park
101 East Cheyenne Avenue, North Las Vegas, NV 89030
Craig Ranch Regional Park
628 West Craig Road, North Las Vegas, NV 89032
Deer Springs Park
6550 Aviary Way, North Las Vegas, NV 89084
Desert Horizons Park
3750 Simmons Street, North Las Vegas, NV 89032
5900 Camino Eldorado Boulevard, North Las Vegas, NV 89031
Gold Crest Park
714 Craig Creek Avenue, North Las Vegas, NV 89032
Hebert Memorial Park
2701 Basswood Avenue, North Las Vegas, NV 89030
James K. Seastrand Park
6330 Camino Eldorado Blvd., North Las Vegas, NV 89031
Monte Vista Park
4911 Scott Robinson Boulevard, North Las Vegas, NV 89031
Nature Discovery Park
2627 Nature Park Drive, North Las Vegas, NV
Nicholas E. Flores Jr. Park
4133 Allen Lane, North Las Vegas, NV 89032
Richard Tam Park
4631 Rockpine Drive, North Las Vegas, NV 89081
Sandstone Ridge Park
1661 West Hammer Lane, North Las Vegas, NV 89031
Silver Mesa Recreation Center & Pool
4025 Allen Lane, North Las Vegas, NV
Theron H. Goynes Park
3909 West Washburn Road, North Las Vegas, NV 89031
Willie McCool Regional Park
4700 Horse Dr, North Las Vegas, NV
Southern Highlands Parks