The Historic Arts District is one of the most vibrant and electric communities the city has to offer. With beautiful murals around every corner, this is a definite stop for anyone visiting. The Arts District has some of the most unique bars and restaurants, as well as trending and hip museums and galleries, so you know that the small businesses around the district have it all. Check out our list of seven small businesses to check out in the Las Vegas Arts District!
If you’re a horror fan or know of any, this store is a must-see. You can find an assortment of horror toys, costumes, and collectibles, perfect for a gift or for some personal self-indulgence. This isn’t just a space to visit during Halloween, you can stop by next door and see their spooky café as well!
Fresa’s Skate Shop
The first Latina-owned skate shop in the Arts District is where you need to go whether you’re a beginner skater or a seasoned veteran. They have everything you need from the most vibrant, stylish skates decked out in rainbows to the wheels and hardware needed for the making the best pair for you. You can also rent out skates, take classes, or just get a touch-up for your skates.
This bright, yellow boutique is filled with cute stationery, unique jewelry, and so much more. With a big passion for their local community and supporting small businesses, artists, and creatives, they also sell local art and crafts. You can definitely find something for just about anyone!
Antique Alley Mall
Looks can be deceiving, especially for this shopping mall. In this set of local shops you can find bars, design studios, yoga studios, gyms, restaurants, hair and beauty salons, clothing stores, and so much more fun, creative businesses. Having over 65 vendors, you can find vintage collectables and antiques as well as get a fashion makeover all in the same space day and night!
The Arts Factory
The creative center of the Las Vegas Arts District is home to over 30 different artists, art galleries, creative businesses, and more with all your downtown staples. You can also check out the First Friday, which is a monthly event that showcases local artists, musicians, creatives, makers, and more from the local community.