If you want to check out locally-owned restaurants and shops in a unique setting, head down Fremont Street to the Downtown Container Park.
Elsewhere in the Downtown area, kids love the treehouse in the center of the Downtown Container Park shopping mall for its three-story tunnel slide; there’s also a nearby set of giant blue blocks with which kids (and grown-ups) can play.
Tony Hsieh and his Downtown Project started buying properties and giving businesses a chance to open.
A renovated room with two queen beds is a good value at the Downtowner, where you'll pay about $50 a night to stay in Las Vegas.
If you’re at the top of your ‘gram game, get deep into the city that locals know and love to see and snap: the lesser-known side of fabulous Las Vegas.
If your group of friends can’t decide what to do, head to Gold Spike.
Within seconds of entering the courtyard at Fergusons in Downtown Las Vegas, I meet Marley.