Four Queens Casino
With more than 1,000 games, the Four Queens Casino has something for everyone, from beginners to seasoned gamblers. Play with denominations as little as one cent, or step it up at the high-stakes tables. Stop in to try your luck during a walking tour of downtown Las Vegas. Or, stay in the adjacent hotel and enjoy comedy shows, on-site dining, and drinks on a patio overlooking Fremont Street.
Things to Know Before You Go
The Four Queens is a must-visit for those who appreciate old Las Vegas–style entertainment.
Unlike most casinos in downtown Las Vegas or on the Strip, Four Queens has no resort fees.
Unlike in many casinos, visitors are welcome to take photos.
Free slot pulls are offered to draw in customers off Fremont Street.
How to Get There
Located in the heart of downtown Las Vegas, the Four Queens is hard to miss if you’re walking down Fremont Street. To visit from the Strip, take a bus, taxi, or group tour of downtown Las Vegas.
When to Get There
The Four Queens is open all day. For fewer crowds, steer clear of holidays, and visit on a weekday. For the best weather, plan a spring or fall visit to Vegas. If you’re there in the summer, the casino is the perfect place to pass the heat of the day.
The Fremont Street Experience
An outdoor mall spanning five blocks, the Fremont Street Experience is lined with glittering hotels and casinos, performers, food carts, and nightly light-and-sound shows. At the heart of it all is the Four Queens Casino, alongside other downtown classics such as the Golden Nugget and the California Hotel & Casino. For a different perspective, take it all in from above while riding the SlotZilla zipline.
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