Walking Tour LAS VEGAS Downtown Container Park – Fremont Street Posted on April 28, 2019 chicago hotels Container dallas hotels Downtown Fremont hotels hotels in chicago hotels in florida hotels in las vegas LAS las vegas hotels Park private jet rental property Street TOUR travel travel vlog vacation VEGAS walking 36 thoughts on “Walking Tour LAS VEGAS Downtown Container Park – Fremont Street” I have heard Chefannis sells some wicked hot dogs.. Did you try them.. I was going to last time.. Ran out of time..Reply LOVED IT!! Your energy was still great!😁thanks AGAIN MATTHEW!!Reply Could Cry The Donut BarReply That place is a very, very tough retail location. Some of the events they have in the stage area are pretty cool. Sometimes they'll have live music or show family fun movies.Reply My youngest aunt bought 3 containers and built her a house in Arkansas.Reply Big Ern's? Polled pork? Hot doggies?Reply The city looks so colorful and organized.. Love from indiaReply Nice video! The container park definitely has some good food places in it. My wife likes the lobster grilled cheese sandwich a lot.Reply Oh wow this is a cool place to go explore. Didn’t know that existed. It’s easy walking distance from Fremont street?Reply Did I hear correctly "vegan jerkey?"Reply what I got from that video (well besides your awesome narrative and footage) is that it gets really bad for the retailers as you go up to the 2nd level and even worse on the 3rd level.. They probably pay next to nothing. Was there a lot of empty spaces? Closed shops? Open shops with zero customers? That's a sign. I'd like to know Mathew. Thanks.Reply Matthew, just got back from our Vegas trip. We were at Fremont St and totally missed this park!. Looks like we were right next to it If it's that close to the Cortez!.Reply Wow, look at you! You're at 16k subs now! Congrats!Reply Another great video, Matt!Reply Going here on Sunday, can’t wait to check it out! Thanks for the preview, great vid!Reply F-I-N-A-L-L-Y…………….someone showed that there is an elevator for us old farts. Thanks, Matthew.Reply The BBQ place was really good. I usually go to Jojo's jerky shop to get my beef jerky .Love the praying mantis at night. Thanks for sharing.Reply Thanks for the walk thru Matthew. Our next trip we are going to see it. Have a great dayReply Did I hear my name, ivy? LOLReply Cool video!! How close is Container Park to the Donut Bar?Reply THANKS FOR THE TOURReply Great spot to hang out at night!Reply Nice video . Technically , Container Park is on Fremont . Fremont and roughly 8th Street. The shops are made from shipping containers , hence the name Container ParkReply Great video, once again! Looks like a cool place to visit while in Vegas. What?? You didnt eat any food there?! Show me the food Matthew! LolReply Walking is a whole lot more economical than gambling.at the casinos for sure. Nice tour. Thank you Mathew.Reply Matthew – Have you ever paid extra for VIP Lounge? I had the option at Luxor for like $30 or $40 to add VIP Registration/Lounge. Is this worth it, and do you think the $20 trick will work at VIP registration? I might just do it for the free bottled water 🙂Reply Psyched to see you tour this place. I will be there in six months! Would love to see you take another tour of it at night when adults can play in the playground.Reply Thank you for the tour! I thought it was much farther away from Fremont.Reply 49 more days until I see this with my own eyes….I like the bar in the corner Oak and Ivy…they make an awesome drink there with an apple slice!….well worth it…Reply Nice video 😎🍋Reply Container Park looks pretty cool. It looked like it had a nice variety of places. Nice video!Reply Great tour. I never been there so now I got a better idea of what there.Reply Cool, can’t wait to check this place out.Reply Matthew, I likeed Fremont Street so much better than the actual Las Vegas strip!Reply Really great walking video!!Reply Matthew, another nicely done video. Thanks for the info on the camera specs btw. Anyhow, another place that I think is free, but not sure is the neon graveyard ( I don't know if that's exactly what it's called) where you can see all the old neon signs from the ratpack days. You might of done that already, but it wouldn't hurt to do it again. There's always new subscribers. Keep up the good work. Your friend Mike. 🙂Reply Leave a Reply Cancel replyYour email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *CommentName * Email * Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.