A historic staple in downtown Las Vegas, Binion’s Gambling Hall is an integral part of the Fremont Street Experience. The vintage joint boasts everything from traditional poker tables to the latest slots and games. Plus, the establishment’s multiple bars and restaurants ensure an experience that suits a range of appetites and budgets.The Basics
A night on Fremont Street isn’t complete without a classic poker game at Binion’s Gambling Hall. Visit the live poker room, join a poker tournament, or try out the slots and other table games. Take a break from gambling to catch the comedy and hypnosis show, and dine at the on-site steakhouse, café, or cantina. For a fun overview of downtown Las Vegas, consider joining a walking tour, some of which stop by Binion’s.Things to Know Before You Go
How to Get There
- Binion’s Gambling Hall is a must for poker lovers and vintage-Vegas enthusiasts.
- Binion’s is wheelchair-accessible.
- Take a photo with a $1 million cash pyramid (must be 21 or older).
- You can stay on-site at the historic Hotel Apache.
Set in the heart of Fremont Street, Binion’s is easily reached on foot from other downtown establishments. To get there from the Strip, take a bus or taxi to Fremont Street. Alternatively, book a package that includes hotel pickup and drop-off.When to Get There
Binion’s Gambling Hall is open 24 hours a day, seven days a week. Go after dark for good views of the Fremont Street light show from Top of Binion’s Steakhouse. The comedy and hypnosis show at the Kevin Lepine Showroom runs Friday through Tuesday at 8:30pm.
The Fremont Street Experience
Binion’s central location downtown makes it an ideal jumping-off point for exploring the rest of Fremont Street. Take in the flashy hotels and casinos, marvel at the light shows, and enjoy the free concerts. Glittering in classic Las Vegas style, the multiblock outdoor mall is home to plenty of restaurants as well.