Located on the Strip's west side and nestled between Monte Carlo Resort and Casino and New York-New York Hotel & Casino is The Park, a dining and entertainment district on the Las Vegas Strip as well as the pathway to the 20,000-seat world-class T-Mobile Arena.
Opened April 4, 2016, The Park is an open-air public square that connects The Strip, The Park and T-Mobile Arena. A central gathering place to socialize with friends, or enjoying delicious food and beverage at one of the many casual restaurants and bars with outdoor seating that flank The Park. All of the venues are outfitted with outdoor patio seating to make everyone feel like they are part of the action.
3780 Las Vegas Blvd. South
Points of interest:
Bliss Dance – the breathtaking, 40-foot-tall sculpture of a dancing woman created by artist Marco Cochrane.
Unique water features, including water walls stretching more than 100 feet in length along the entrance.
Dramatic plantings incorporating a variety of beautiful desert blooms.
Overhead Arena Stage: elevated, plug and play stage on the face of T-Mobile Arena
North Plaza Stage: 950-square-foot stage with Monte Carlo and The Strip in the background
South Plaza Stage: 2,900-square-foot stage sitting between New York-New York and T-Mobile Arena
Distance to the Park and T-Mobile Arena Las Vegas
T-Mobile Arena Las Vegas Monorail Station
The closest Monorail Station to T-Mobile arena is MGM Grand Monorail Station. Ride Monorail to MGM Grand station. Walk through the casino and across the NY-NY pedestrian bridge. Follow the signs to The Park and T-Mobile Arena.
Access to the MGM Grand Monorail Station MGM Grand Station is located off Tropicana Boulevard on the east side of the property at the hotel porte cochere. You can reach this station through the Studio Walk shopping area or through the Star Lane shops at the lower level of the MGM main lobby.