Looking for things to do in Tivoli Village Las Vegas? Here are the things you don’t want to miss!
We had been to a couple of holiday events here, but now that we’re doing guides on all the shopping and dining destinations in Las Vegas, we wanted to show you all that we discovered at Tivoli Village.
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Last Updated: March 16, 2023
About TIvoli Village
Tivoli Village is located in the Summerlin neighborhood on the west side of Las Vegas. This outdoor mall is a one-stop shop for all your retail therapy needs, with 25+ stores and boutiques offering everything from luxury fashion to cozy home decor and wellness products.
In addition to shopping, Tivoli Village has a diverse range of dining options to satisfy any craving (you’ll see some of our favorites below).
Apart from shopping and dining, Tivoli Village hosts regular events and entertainment throughout the year, such as live music performances, food festivals, and holiday celebrations.
Getting to TIvoli Village
Tivoli Village is located at 400 S Rampart Blvd, Las Vegas, NV 89145 (map).
Once you arrive, there are a few different parking options. We typically park in the underground parking, which has multiple entrances. Street-level parking and complimentary valet are available at the Alta Drive entrance (near the fountain).
Local Tip: There are Tesla Superchargers at the west end of Parking Garage Level 1, Bldg 350, at the east end parking lot, and off Rampart Blvd near Parking Garage Level 1, Bldg 330.
Best Things to Do in Tivoli Village
1. Get a Massage at The Now →
410 S Rampart Blvd Suite 165, map
We started our day with a 50-minute massage with the calm balm enhancement at the Now. The sound of ocean waves, the smell of Jasmine Coconut candles, and the draping canvas walls set the atmosphere. We felt so relaxed afterward.
They have multiple locations throughout the US and two in the Las Vegas area (here and in Henderson).
Local Tip: If you love getting massages regularly, they have a subscription plan that saves you money and has no contract. They even have family plans that you can split.
2. Take Dance Lessons at Dance with Me Dance Studios →
420 S Rampart Blvd #140, map
If you watch Dancing with the Stars, you’d recognize Maks & Val Chmerkovskiy, who founded Dance With Me studios with locations throughout the country. Tivoli Village is the westernmost studio. We had no idea when we first walked into the studio.
They teach a range of dances, from all the traditional ballroom dances to hip hop, and you can take either private or group lessons. If you don’t have a preference, you can do an introductory course and try a few different styles, which we did. I’m horrible at dancing and with instruction (I don’t know my left from right), but we both had a lot of fun learning new moves. It’d be a great summertime indoor activity in Vegas.
Local Tip: They also hold social dance parties at their studio, where you can drop in and join a dance party to practice and make friends. See their schedule here.
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3. Get a One-On-One Stretch Session at Stretch Lab →
410 S Rampart Blvd Suite 180, map
Before visiting Stretch Lab, I had no idea that a one-on-one stretch session was even a thing. Jacob has been working on his flexibility to level up his climbing, and Stretch Lab gave him the deepest stretch he’s ever had.
After arriving, he met his Flexologist, and they evaluated his current state and discussed his goals. Then he did his stretch session, and they gave him their recommended plan for the future.
Often, we focus so much on recovery that we forget that stretching can prevent injuries by helping with flexibility and mobility. It also reduces muscle and joint pain.
Local Tip: Remember to bring grip socks (they require them). They also sell them in-store if you forget.
4. Have a Kid’s Tea Party at Cupkates →
400 S Rampart Blvd #130, map
Here’s where you can spill some tea over tea… if you’re a kid. This one is for kids only, but since we don’t have any of our own, we threw ourselves a princess tea party. Cupkates is an adorable shop that makes freshly baked mini cupcakes, full-size cupcakes, cake pops, princess cakes, and more.
They host Princess Tea Parties with multiple options, but they all come with Dress Up, crafts, a princess parade, cupcakes to decorate, and pink glitter tea.
Local Tip: Kate’s daughter is a young entrepreneur and even has her line of hair clips in the shop. Just ask about it when you visit!
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5. Shop for Furniture at ValYou Furniture →
400 S Rampart Blvd Suite 120, map
We discovered Valyou furniture while shopping for a bed frame and loved its clean aesthetic. Since we got our bed frame, the Hawaii-based company has opened a showroom in Tivoli Village, and we decided to add a comfortable couch set to our living room. Before, it was more form than function. Now, we melt into it when we’re watching TV.
The best part of the showroom is that they offer a clearance section with 50% off some of the pieces. When we recently visited, they had a massive shipment of brand-new furniture pieces for clearance. It’s worth dropping by to see what they have available. Plus, the showroom is super cute and photogenic.
6. Workout at the Kilo Club →
410 S Rampart Blvd #200, map
If you’re looking for an exclusive workout experience, then you need to check out Kilo Club. It’s a private club open to 21+ members. They cap their membership at 1,000 so that it never feels crowded. The facilities are stunning, and they have state-of-the-art equipment. Plus, it’s open 24-7.
See More: Best Gyms in Las Vegas + Fun Alternative Fitness Classes
7. Drink from a Porron at Ada’s Wine Bar →
410 S Rampart Blvd #120, map
Ada’s Wine Bar is a cute spot inspired by European corner wine bars. They have fantastic staff with sommeliers available, delicious food, and an extensive wine selection.
For a memorable experience, try drinking from a Porron! You can drink directly from these traditional glass wine pitchers by tilting your head back and pulling away as far as possible. They told us that the longer the pour, the longer your life. It looks like ours are going to be short and sweet. We both spilled on ourselves, but we’ll be back to give it some more practice.
Local Tip: Check out their events and specials here.
8. Pick Up Steaks at Echo & Rig Butcher and Steakhouse →
440 S Rampart Blvd Suite 120, map
From the outside, Echo & Rig looks like a typical restaurant, but as soon as you step inside, you’ll notice the butcher shop set up to the right. Not only can you eat a delicious steak here, but you can also pick up fresh cuts of meat to take home to cook yourself. Although they don’t have a set schedule, you can catch the chefs prepping the meats occasionally. They were cutting up a quarter cow when we visited.
9. Visit the Night Market
Get ready for some after-dark fun at Tivoli Village’s night market. Throughout the year, Tivoli Village transforms so you can browse handcrafted items, shop for vintage and collectible items, get food at the food trucks and booths, and enjoy live music. It is free to attend, and the upcoming dates are:Apr 22, 2023, from 4 to 9 PM May 20, 2023, from 5 to 10 PM Jun 3, 2023, from 5 to 10 PM Sep 23, 2023, from 5 to 10 PM Nov 18, 2023, from 4 to 9 PM
Local Tip: Tivoli Village also holds other events throughout the year. Check this page for the latest.
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Map of the Best Things to Do in Tivoli Village
More Things to Do in Tivoli Village – Tivoli Village Directory
Where to Eat in Tivoli Village Restaurant directoryAda’s Wine Bar (, Wine Bars) – excellent wine selection and Mediterranean-inspired shared plates Al Solito Posto (, Italian) – classic Italian receipes Cupkates (, Desserts) – fresh made cupcakes and more Echo & Rig (, Steakhouses) – delicious steakhouse and butcher shop El Dorado Cantina (, Mexican) – specialty margaritas, tableside guac, and tasty Mexican dishes Hop Nuts (, Breweries) – premium craft beer La Casa (, Bars / Tobacco Shops) – cigars, cocktails, and live music Leone Cafe (, Cafes) – Italian coffee shop with fresh baked goods and homemade specialty breakfast Milkcow (, Ice Cream) – soft serve ice cream PKWY Tavern (, Sports Bars) – a sports bar with drinks and food Tomahawk Steak at Echo & Rig
Where to Stay
Essential TipsWear comfortable shoes if you plan on walking around a lot. Wear sunblock – the Vegas sun can be intense. Check the weather and dress appropriately. It is an outdoor shopping area. Bring a light layer. Even when it’s hot outside, indoor spots blast their AC in Las Vegas, so I always need a light jacket since I run cold. Take advantage of their free valet parking (you still have to tip).
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