The Day Tour (Red Route) takes approximately 2 hours and 30 minutes.
No, you can use your ticket on any date. If purchased or redeemed after 3PM this ticket is valid until the same time the next day.
The Big Bus tour of Las Vegas operates every day of the year with the exception 10th-11th November for 'Las Vegas Rock and Roll Marathon' and 31st December New Year’s Eve. Do check our service alerts for any unexpected disruptions.
You are not allowed to carry or consume alcohol on any of our buses. However, water and other soft drinks are allowed on the bus.
Big Bus operates wheelchair accessible vehicles that can accommodate a weight up to 650 pounds. Please be advised that the upper deck on our entire fleet in Las Vegas is not wheelchair accessible. Passengers with mobility requirements may not be able to access the upper deck of our buses. Big Bus cannot guarantee the accessibility of the various attractions along the tour.
No, however, we allow collapsible wheelchairs and collapsible strollers.
To request a refund please follow the below instructions:
Please email your request to: [email protected]
Please include the following details:
Customer email address
Date of sale
Order reference number
The reason for requesting refund - please provide as much information as possible.
Go to your nearest CSR agent and they will reprint your ticket for a 15$ fee.
Our Classic Ticket is the perfect way to explore Las Vegas in 1 day. See all the top landmarks while enjoying our live guides, hopping-on and off the bus at your leisure!
For an authentic, engaging look at the true story of American organized crime, you can't miss out on a visit to the Mob Museum. Examine the history of the US Mafia with true stories, hundreds of real artifacts, multi-sensory exhibits and insights from those on both sides of the law.
Opened in 2012, the Mob Museum is ironically situated inside an old court-house. The museum is home to a series of world-class, immersive exhibits on American organized crime. Learn about famous Dons, Made Men, Capos and Goomahs, and discover how American history has been shaped by the the events and characters of the continuing battle between the Mob and the law. The Mob Museum was awarded accreditation from the American Alliance of Museums on March 1, 2017. This is the highest national recognition afforded, meaning that the Mob Museum joins a select group of insitutions that meet national standars and best practices for US museums.
The names, faces and backgrounds vary. The dates span a century or more. The crimes range from bootlegging to betting, drug trafficking to cybercrime. Explore the real stories of Mob history through interactive exhibits and never-before-seen artifacts. See how law enforcement put some of the most infamous mobsters behind bars.