The huge ferris wheel of Las Vegas
The High Roller in Las Vegas is the largest Ferris wheel in the world, and is 180 meters high. In this tour, you can see the whole city, the Strip, from the distant mountains to the casinos of Las Vegas. The High Roller is located at The Linq, an entertainment complex in front of the Caesar's Palace in Las Vegas.
The Ferris wheel has 28 cabins - all of them have air conditioning and can carry up to 40 people. You can drink alcoholic beverages during the ride, which takes about 30 minutes. There are bars with bartenders preparing the drinks and lively music.
You can visit the High Roller during the day or night. We recommend the night tour, which despite being more crowded and more expensive, shows the essence of Las Vegas, with the lights of the hotels, casinos and clubs of the city. The day-ticket costs 25 dollars and the night-ticket costs 35 dollars. For a few extra dollars, you can buy a Open Bar Ticket, which is a cabin with a bar in the middle, where you can drink during the tour. A great option before going to a party or show in Las Vegas.
Cheaper tickets and discounts for shows, attractions and tours in Las Vegas
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High Roller - Las Vegas:
Address: 3545 Las Vegas Blvd South, The Linq, Las Vegas.
Opening hours: Every day, from 12:00PM to 12:00AM (last visit).