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On The Strip Photo
Locations

Smith Center Las Vegas

Smith Center its a performing arts venue bringing tons of culture to Las Vegas through broadway shows, jazz shows and philharmonic concerts. The property has gorgeous art deco architecture and lots of pretty, neutral walkways with greenery. Smith Center is perfect location for Engagement Photos with elegant and modern look.

The Neon Museum

Located on Las Vegas Boulevard just north of the Mob Museum, the Neon Museum pays tribute to the Las Vegas light show. The nearly 2-acre outdoor exhibit is home to more than 200 pieces of old Vegas signage all laid out for admiration on the desert floor. The Neon Museum is full of color and makes for a unique, retro backdrop to a Las Vegas engagement session. If you are looking something screaming Las Vegas, the Neon Museum is perfect choice.

Downtown Arts
District

The Downtown Arts District in Vegas is another fun, unique, urban spot for Engagement Photo in Las Vegas that’s OFF the strip! It’s just a short 15-20 minute drive from the strip so it’s super easy to get to!

It features several different types of wall murals and art pieces so if you LOVE this type art then you’ll LOVE this location!

Freemont Street

Fremont Street or Fremont Street Experience is one of the best places to visit in Las Vegas.

Located in the heart of downtown Las Vegas, this venue boasts the world’s largest LED canopy that produces colorful graphics accompanied by the loud music. Fremont Street is also home to many original hotels and casinos in Las Vegas; countless street artists, and awesome zip line that stretches right below the canopy. This is fun and unique place for photos!

Strip Las Vegas

The Las Vegas Strip is iconic. The Las Vegas Strip started in the 1940s on Route 91. The Strip originally ran by east coast families and embraced the wild wild west of gambling and prostitution. The rise of the mega-casinos started when Howard Huges refused to leave the Desert Inn casino. In 1989 Steve Wynn opened the first mega-casino, the Mirage.
You can take pictures on the sidewalks on the Strip. Stay off the roads and on the walkways. 
Park at one of the casino properties and walk through to the street. Parking fees may apply depending on where you park. Casinos are private property, they can ask you to leave and to not shoot on the property. Also, beware that some areas outside belong to the casino.

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