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Streets in Vegasland boast the names of classic casinos, some still in operation like the “Tiffany of the Strip” the Trop, aka the world-famous Tropicana Avenue.
Join us as we take the slow adventure road trip along the avenue. There are fresh-baked, gluten-full staples and deserts, a wetlands park that leads to the Colorado River, a hall of fame dedicated to pinball and the casino itself. Check out the country’s most diverse university.
Goal of this page: Updated directory of what to see, for self-guided tours of one of the world’s most famous avenues.
What it is: Tropicana Avenue is a major east–west section line arterial in the Las Vegas area. Part of it is signed as Nevada State Route 593 (SR 593).
Tropicana Resort and Casino
3801 South Las Vegas Blvd
Tropicana Avenue is named after the casino located on the Las Vegas Boulevard where it intersects with Tropicana Avenue.
Pinball Hall of Fame
1610 East Tropicana
Great Buns Bakery
3270 East Tropicana. Closed Sundays.
This family-run wholesale bakery serves restaurants and resorts in the valley. Great Buns is also open to the public and one of the best reasons to visit Tropicana. Open Monday-Saturday, 7am-5pm.
— Ron Mader (@ronmader) December 23, 2017
— planetanews (@planetanews) December 22, 2018
7050 Wetlands Park Lane
Tropicana was originally named Bond Road. It was renamed after the casino.
Here's a preview of the landscaping and aesthetics for the proposed I-15 / Tropicana Interchange Project in Clark County, scheduled to break ground in 2021 https://t.co/cLARCqI0xZ #VegasTraffic pic.twitter.com/NqZCsu5hGU
— Tony Illia (@TonyIllia) November 22, 2019