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Measuring 520 feet in diameter, the High Roller eclipses both the London Eye and Singapore Flyer. Facing north and south parallel to Las Vegas Boulevard, the wheel takes 30 minutes to complete one full revolution and features 28 glass-enclosed...more
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Good time. Very slow and lot of construction so not super scenic the whole time. I now see why you may want a cocktail while doing this. Scary getting on and off (no side rails), picture purchasing area a little off. So wasteful that they...More
While in Vegas for a conference, my husband and I were able to get a couple date nights in. For this Sunday evening, we decided to head downtown to Fremont Street, enjoyed a fabulous dinner at The Smashed Pig (fish & chips), played our best...More
The high roller never stops, you get in or out while it moves slowly. Ride is 30 minutes total, i thought it would be long but it wasn't. Actually it felt like 5 minutes as it never stops and you have so many things to...More
We did this without the open bar. Because of that, we ended up in a pod all to ourselves, while the ones before and after us (with open bar) were much more crowded with multiple groups. Amazing views and a nice historical narration during this...More
What a scary thing to do for two of the six of us who are petrified of heights. But, you know what? We did okay! Even though the guidebooks say that each pod holds up to 40 people, we only had about 17 in ours...More
We went on a night time ride, no bar cart. We used a groupon, and I think it was $32 each. While you do see the whole city in a 360 degree circle, I think it was a bit expensive for what it was. It...More
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Yes, there's a drop off behind the Link and you can get access to the High Roller from there. I've also seen some wheelchairs board the cars on the wheel. They slow the rotation of the single car down enough to give you time... More
Yes, there's a drop off behind the Link and you can get access to the High Roller from there. I've also seen some wheelchairs board the cars on the wheel. They slow the rotation of the single car down enough to give you time to get on. You should have no problem.