I’ve ridden ferris wheels before, but not as wonderful and spectacular as the High Roller which has the Guinness world record as being the largest observation wheel. At 550 feet high, you can see Las Vegas in a different perspective, during the day or night when all the Vegas lights on the strip can be seen. I received complimentary tickets, so it was even more exciting for us when we arrived! This is the only ferris wheel that is not a ferris wheel.
It is an observation wheel because it goes smooth and takes as long as 30 minutes from boarding to exiting. It is not scary at all because the intent is to enjoy the view of Las Vegas from above. The pods are even climate controlled and there can be as many as 40 people in each pod. It is a great opportunity to take pictures of the panoramic view of the Strip, surrounding mountains and the valley.
Prices differ from day to night, and from teens to adults (children 12 and younger are free) and are reasonable, so I’ll go back again with my family as time permits. There is no height or weight restriction and it is even accessible for wheelchair passengers. If you are going to travel to Vegas, make sure to include this in your itinerary. You won’t regret it! To learn more about The High Roller, check out this place caesars.com/linq/high-roller, become their Facebook and Twitter fan and get the most updated details for your trip.
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