Look no further, whether you’re out and about in Downtown Las Vegas, The Las Vegas Strip, or even the Las Vegas Arts District, we’ve got you covered. So read on for the ultimate list of the best Instagram spots in Vegas!
Conservatory & Botanical Garden – Bellagio
A unique (and free!) experience located inside the Bellagio hotel-casino, at the intersection of Flamingo Road and the Las Vegas Strip. Just a short walk from the Bellagio fountains and you’ll be transported into a floral-filled wonderland. Enjoy Insta-worthy picture scenes and elaborate decorative displays. Word on the street is to visit early for the best chance of getting a shot without any other visitors in it.
Welcome to Fabulous Las Vegas Sign
A Vegas photo ‘must’ since 1959! There’s no cost to visit the “Welcome To Fabulous Las Vegas” sign or take photos there. You typically can expect a line of other photo enthusiasts waiting their turn for a pic, but it usually moves quickly. Hint: that line might be an opportunity to make new friends who can take your photo for you! We suggest you beat the heat and head to this famous site early in the day if possible. Oh, and it actually has its own address: 5200 Las Vegas Boulevard.
Another iconic sight on the Strip. At 36 stories tall, the resort’s Luxor pyramid is one of the largest pyramids in the US (and one of the tallest in the world!). The architecture marvel is truly striking visual and background. Selfie tip: if you want to snap yourself with both the Sphinx in the foreground and the black Luxor pyramid behind, make sure you go in the morning!
Pipe Dream in Symphony Park
Tim Bavington, an internationally recognized artist, uses his art to translate and interpret the visualizations he mentally conjures while listening to music. Bavington’s stunning art installment, “Pipe Dream”, is featured within Symphony Park, adjacent to the Smith Center. The 80-foot-long artwork is made with steel pipes and automotive paint and it features 19 colors. It’s what VSCO goals are made of!
Imagine acres (literally) of retro signage to wander through. The Neon Museum is a non-profit dedicated to preserving the city’s most iconic signs that are considered artistically and historically significant to the culture of Las Vegas. You’ll capture stunning images, night or day, surrounded by signs from old casinos and businesses outdoors on the Neon Museum’s 2.62 acres.
Big Rig Jig
Constructed of two repurposed 18-wheeler tanker trucks, artist Mike Ross debuted “Big Rig Jig” at the 2007 Burning Man festival. It’s now permanently installed at the historic Fergusons Downtown Motel. And you don’t just have to take pictures with the sculpture – you can get in it. Visitors can enter the lower truck, climb through the tankers, and come out to a viewing platform between the rear axles. Definitely not something you see every day!