The East of the Las Vegas Strip is one of the must-visit places for anyone exploring the neon-lit Strip.
Lined with vintage casinos, affordable hotels, museums, and shopping outlets, it is easy to see why this is a favorite for many Vegas visitors.
East of the Las Vegas Strip Hotels, Casinos, Resorts & Restaurants, NV
Take a walk down memory lane when you visit the Pinball Hall of Fame. This no-frills gaming arcade offers visitors the opportunity to indulge in vintage pinball games for a fun experience like no other. Take time to read the curatorial cards that go into detail about the restoration process of the timeless machines. This is undoubtedly an incredible way to spend time east of the Las Vegas Strip.
The National Atomic Testing Museum is also a top choice, with multimedia exhibits that highlight the rich history of the ‘Atomic Age.’ The items on display represent the confluence of social history, science, and technology, allowing visitors to explore the region’s role in nuclear testing.
The Eastern part of the Las Vegas Strip is also home to an extensive collection of restaurants. Enjoy excellent Bavarian cuisine at the popular Hofbrauhaus, as German musicians keep you entertained. For budget travelers, The Buffet at LVH is a befitting option, while the Pamplemousse is perfect for meals with a grand, French flair.
Other restaurants East of the Las Vegas Strip include Battista’s Hole in the Wall and the Sonoma Cellar Steakhouse.
Click on the links below to explore a range of hotels, casinos, and resorts east of the Las Vegas Strip.