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Downtown Container Park is an open-air shopping and entertainment venue featuring 38 unique retail shops, restaurants, and bars. Located in Las Vegas’ flourishing Downtown neighborhood, the innovative center is built from 43 repurposed shipping...more
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I was not real impressed with the shops but that is not why I went. I wanted to see the giant praying mantis, and it did not disappoint! Very big, very cool and shoots fire from the antenna to the beat of random popular music....More
This was a nice find during my stay in Vegas. Down from Fremont street; you will know you're there when you see the flames arching out over the sky. The fire-spitting Mantis is a show stopper. Lots will gather around to try and catch the...More
We strolled through this park for a few minutes and it was quite dead in terms of activity or shoppers. It doesn't seem to be popular as compared to the much larger premium malls in Las Vegas. Perhaps you could skip it when you visit...More
We went there on a Saturday night. We were attracted by the praying mantis. One member of my party wanted to know when the time was that the praying mantis was gonna go off, so I went to ask the security guy at the entrance....More
So after a disappointing walk along Freemont Street (lots of bad street performers and half naked people) we asked a bartender where we could take our 3 year old for a burger. He told us to walk about 4 blocks to Container Park.
This place was phenomenally built and kept. You are greeted by a giant, metal, flame throwing, music playing preying mantis! We ate at Pinches Tacos, got beverages at Downtown Terrace Kitchen & Bar, talked to the Barbershop owner (today is his first day open!) and...More
Visited this spot and found NOTHING of interest other than the architectural idea of recycling of shipping containers. There are 4 shops.... one was closed, one was $5 cheap souvenirs, one was an okay ladies shop and last was a craft/jewelry spot which was worth...More
We swung by at sunset to catch the praying mantis show. It was entertaining! The flames burst out in time to music and gave me a good laugh. The rest of the area wasn't as exciting for me as it was just shops and restaurants....More