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High Roller

The High Roller at the Linq Hotel soars 550 feet above the Las Vegas Strip, offering a bird’s eye of the glitz, glamor, and gambling going on below.

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Location

The Linq Promenade

Category

Activities

Price

From $35

Today's Hours

Sunday 12:00 pm - 12:00 am

Monday 12:00 pm - 12:00 am

Tuesday 12:00 pm - 12:00 am

Wednesday 12:00 pm - 12:00 am

Thursday 12:00 pm - 12:00 am

Friday 12:00 pm - 12:00 am

Saturday 12:00 pm - 12:00 am

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Phone

(702) 322-0560

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High Roller |Las Vegas Attractions

No matter if you’re winning or losing, you’ll feel on top of the world at the High Roller, the tallest observation wheel in North America. The 30-minute ride takes visitors to 550 feet above the strip below and includes unrivaled views everyone is sure to enjoy. 28 spacious cabins provide enough room for even large groups to meander throughout and enjoy the sights. Purchase a Happy Hour Ticket and enjoy complementary beer and spirits for the duration of the trip, or download the S.T.E.M. curriculum sheet and discuss the science, technology, and engineering behind the scenes with the children. You can even host a party on the wheel! It’s perfect for corporate events, birthdays, bachelor parties, and even weddings. Your spirits can’t get any higher than the High Roller on the Las Vegas Strip.

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SammyDavis

Flagstaff1430 Points

2022-02-25 09:36:47

Don't do the happy hour ticket. Just grab a big drink to take with you and you'll basically have the pod to yourself

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hunt82

450 Points
7/10/2024

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For anyone who has never been to Vegas, the High Roller is a must-see attraction! It's not just a ride, but more like an Observation Deck on steroids. If you go in with the right expectations, you won't be disappointed. The High Roller is a marvel of human engineering and accomplishment that you have to experience before 5PM. This is definitely a bucket list item!

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SinCity3

303 Points
7/3/2024

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I visited High Roller in Las Vegas with my nephew who had never been before, and we both had a great time. The capsules were nicely cooled and provided a welcome break from the 108° heat that day. The view was absolutely amazing, especially when seeing all the lights over Las Vegas at night. Even during the day, the sight from High Roller is beautiful. The staff even takes commemorative photos before you board the ride, which was a nice touch. I would definitely recommend this attraction and suggest buying tickets in advance. I chose the anytime ticket for flexibility, but there are also cheaper time-specific options available.

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Sandstone4

606 Points
4/22/2024

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The High Roller in Las Vegas is a must-do experience. The best way to ensure you can ride at your desired time is to give a hotel concierge a tip for discounted "reserved" tickets. This is not just a typical ride, but a 30-minute journey inside a massive vehicle. The movement is smooth and graceful, almost making it feel like you're not moving at all. Despite having a fear of heights, my companion had no problem walking around the dome to capture photos from every angle.

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Fast4Z

459 Points
4/21/2024

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I did the Happy Half Hour High Roller Experience at night and had a blast. The bartender was friendly, and the nighttime views of the lights were amazing. Despite being distracted by the Sphere, I still had a lot of fun. My pod mates were friendly, and it wasn't too crowded. I also enjoyed getting the souvenir pictures after the ride. Overall, a great experience!

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DalSF4U

403 Points
4/4/2024

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The High Roller in Las Vegas offers the best views of the strip by far! It's a great value and I highly recommend booking your tickets in advance. Be sure to find out when sunset is and plan to be there at that time for an extra special experience. The ride takes about 30 minutes to go all around, giving you plenty of time to take some great photos. This is definitely a must-see attraction in Vegas!

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Rhythm24

253 Points
2/25/2024

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In Las Vegas, the High Roller is a must-try experience that is worth every penny. Standing at 550 feet, it is the world's tallest observation wheel, offering stunning panoramic views of the Las Vegas skyline. The spacious cabins are climate-controlled, providing a comfortable setting to enjoy the scenery in style. What makes the High Roller special is not only its impressive height, but also the half-hour duration of the ride, allowing ample time to take in the iconic landmarks, the vibrant Strip, and the surrounding desert landscape. The city truly comes to life with a dazzling display of lights, especially during evening rides. Priced at $30 per person, the High Roller offers exceptional value for the experience you receive. The friendly staff enhances the journey by providing interesting facts about the city and ensuring a positive experience. Whether you're a first-time visitor or a local, the High Roller guarantees unforgettable memories that are well worth the investment. Don't miss out on this towering gem in the heart of Las Vegas!

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