Historical Las Vegas Strip Casino Map

Last updated: May 16, 2011

This is a map of existing, former, and future casino sites on the Las Vegas Strip. This map is partially, but not exactly, to scale.


Historical Map of Casinos on the Las Vegas Strip

List of Las Vegas Strip Casinos, including years of operation:

Recent updates:

May 12, 2007
I'm looking for information on the Royal Nevada. I know it existed directly south of the Stardust during the 50s. One source puts its address as 3100 Las Vegas Blvd. S. and being open from 1955 to 1959. The problem is that another source has the Silver Slipper (also known to be located just south of the Stardust) at 3100 Las Vegas Blvd. S. and being open from 1950 to 1988. I'm trying to reconcile this. Was the Silver Slipper south of the Royal Nevada? Were these two places ever actually open at the same time? I'm especially interested if anyone can cite a source or photograph that answers this question conclusively.
April 19, 2007
Looks like the Maxim project won't happen as the site was sold to MGM Mirage.
April 15, 2007
The Aladdin officially changes its name to Planet Hollywood. The grand reopening party will occur in late September, though.

Other related casino sites:


In the mid-90s, a person known to the 'Net only as "Scruffy" had a wonderful historical map of the Las Vegas Strip that was one of the best Las Vegas resources in the early days of the Internet. Unfortunately, Scruffy's map has been offline for several years. Even though it was created from scratch, this map is very much inspired by his efforts, and he deserves much of the credit for this.

Some smaller casinos that do or used to exist have been intentionally omitted. Basically, if the casino didn't either have its own hotel rooms or table games, it's too small to receive notice here.

There are other casinos that probably deserve to be mentioned. Any suggestions for these casinos and their locations can be sent to npc@jetcafe.org.

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