There are three floors packed with fun for all ages to enjoy. I was surprised to see
axe throwing, yes, axe throwing, a new sport. When you walk around each floor, don’t rush or you’ll miss something. Small stores might be hidden off to the sides, check what they have to offer.
I was invited to the Neonopolis to review David Goldrake, Master Illusionist, for his latest “M is for Magic” production show, singer Chris Ruggiero and several other stage shows. The theaters were first class, with great seating, lighting, and sound. Always one, two, or more live shows or events.
You can stop at Banger Brewing- a 3,000 square foot pub and microbrewery. There’s the Cat’s Meow- a 10,000 square foot karaoke club piano bar, the Nerd Bar, and you’ll thrill to Gene Woods Racing Experience― An indoor go-kart track, enjoy the Fremont Arcade- A video arcade, and don’t miss the House of Selfies, an “INSTRAGRAM Museum”, along with Fat Tuesday- A frozen daiquiri shop.
Just a few of your great choices of restaurants: Denny’s- 6,400-square-foot flagship location for the diner chain, featuring a wedding chapel. Yes, there’s a wedding chapel in Denny’s Restaurant! Speaking about weddings, one of their wedding chapels offers fake and real weddings.
The Heart Attack Grill- hamburger restaurant, is known for offering the world’s highest-calorie burger.
You’ve probably never heard of some of these types of businesses! Visitors will be amazed and happy to find some of the most unique stores and choices of businesses. It’s truly a one-of-its-kind shopping mall. With 250,000 square feet, Neonopolis is a $100 million entertainment complex in historic downtown Las Vegas.
Located on the historic Fremont Street, in downtown Las Vegas, at the corner of Las Vegas Boulevard South.
Plans for Neonopolis were announced in December 1997.It opened on May 3, 2002. In 2006, Prudential Real Estate sold Neonopolis to a development group led by Rohit Joshi for $25 million dol
Naponopolis, a 250,000 sq ft (23,000 m2) shopping mall, is a $100 million entertainment complex in Las Vegas, Nevada located on top of a $15 million city parking garage. It is located on Fremont Street, at the corner of Las Vegas Boulevard. In keeping with the complex’s name, it contains three miles of neon lights.
SANDY ZIMMERMAN’S LAS VEGAS TV: For 25 years, Sandy Zimmerman appeared on television, along with interviewing celebrities on the Academy Awards and other red carpets, at openings, as well as producing travel specials around the world and documentaries for Bryce Canyon National Park, Zion Canyon, Grand Canyon North Rim, and filmed a real Cattle Drive similar to the early westerns in Reno, Nevada.
Sandy was Director of Public Relations/ Director of Promotions/ and Director of Marketing for Las Vegas shows-“Flashdance Fever” (Marina Hotel), “Cotton Club on Parade” (Aladdin Hotel, now Planet Hollywood Hotel), Sherman Hemsley- star of the “Jeffersons”, Gallagher-comedian (Dunes Hotel), “Men of Paradise” (Vegas World Hotel, now The Strat), Rita Rudner- “Women of Comedy”, and many other Las Vegas shows.
After visiting China five times, Sandy wrote the book “China- the Ancient Dragon: A Travel Guide to China” with further research.
Sandy wrote and designed “Escape to an Adventure in Thailand Travel Guide.” She trekked through Chiang Mai, Thailand’s Northern Jungle and also rode an elephant in their safari.
Following visiting Australia’s penal colony in Tasmania, Sandy researched and wrote
the story about the famous Ned Kelly, simular to our Billy the Kid.
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