Possibly the best-kept secret in all of Las Vegas, nestled just a few steps north of the Fremont Street Experience, is Main Street Station Casino Brewery & Hotel. Set in the splendor of the Victorian era with a fabulous collection of antiques, artifacts and collectibles, visitors will find non-stop casino action and great dining. Visit the picturesque lobby and pick up a descriptive brochure at the bell desk and take a self-guided tour of the antiques and artifacts from around the world. The collection includes Buffalo Bill Cody's private rail car, a fireplace from Scotland's Preswick Castle, lamps that graced the streets of eighteenth century Brussels, beautiful statues, chandeliers from the Figaro Opera House and Coca-Cola building, woodwork from American mansions of long ago - and more. There's even a piece of the Berlin Wall. This odd attraction can be found in the men's room off the main casino floor. The Travel Channel voted it Las Vegas' #2 historic bathroom . Main Street is also one of downtown's tastiest establishments. The Garden Court Buffet takes the all-you-can-eat Vegas tradition to the next level in terms of quality. The Triple-Seven microbrewery has won national awards for its beer, and its restaurant and bar has long been a hot spot for locals and visitors. More dining and gaming is a short, safe walk away via the skywalk that runs over Main Street to the California Hotel & Casino. The excitement and action of Las Vegas' famous Fremont Street is only a block away.