The Las Vegas Monorail is a popular mode of transport in Las Vegas that is located on the east side of the Strip.
The 3.9-mile transit system connects a couple of Las Vegas casinos in the nearby communities of Winchester and Paradise.
Las Vegas Monorail, Stops Map, Ticket Prices, Schedule, Hours, Cost, NV
The Las Vegas Monorail not only featured an extended track for switching trains, but it also extended from Bally’s hotel to the Sahara Las Vegas. Today, the monorail begins at the MGM Grand close to The Strip’s southern end. It runs almost parallel to the Strip, with stations at the following stops: Bally’s/Paris, Flamingo, THE LINQ/Harrah’s, the Las Vegas Convention Center, and Westgate Las Vegas.
The final stop of the monorail system is the Sahara Las Vegas on the Strip’s northern end. The ride takes approximately 15 minutes to get from end to end. Additionally, the monorail operates every day of the week, with the following time schedules: Monday between 7am and 12am, from Tuesday to Thursday from 7am to 2am, and from Friday to Sunday between 7am and 3am.
Visitors can purchase tickets to use the monorail, with the option of an unlimited pass for a single day and multiple-day passes for more convenience. The unlimited ride passes are popular with those who would like to explore Las Vegas at their own pace.
Ticket vending machines are conveniently located at each of the Monorail stations. Additionally, tickets may also be purchased online with the availability of mobile tickets. Mobile tickets are easy to use – simply scan the ticket at the Monorail fare gate and get going.
So, whether you are traveling to tick Vegas off your bucket list, or are attending a convention at the Las Vegas Convention Center, the Las Vegas Monorail provides an easy and convenient way to get around.