2880 Las Vegas Blvd S, Las Vegas, NV | Directions 8910936.138467 -115.167272
Even if you're not staying at Circus Circus (and I don't know why you aren't, I saw a special there for $17 a room), you can still have an adventure there, at Adventuredome--five acres of indoor theme park fun that involves rides like the Canyon Blaster roller coaster, Sling Shot and Inverter for big kids, plus less dramatic ones like the Frog Hopper for little ones. Pay by the ride or get an all day pass, and if it's your bday, you can even have your party here. Now that's an adventure!
Best Ever to Vacation with kids! – We've just returned from our Vacation with our two grand-daughters, ages 3 and 12 years old. We are so pleased with the Service at check-in, to our departure and fabulous service during our entire stay. Every employee we came in contact with were helpful, cheerful, and more than happy to answer any questions we had for them. The clown acts were super, the circus acts equally superb, and the shopping spectacular.
The Garden Grill had great food.. I was disappointed with the Prime Rib though, it was dried out, tough and tasted like it was a day old.. Aside from that the Italian Speg. dinner was tasty, just the right amount of spices, not to hot nor too bland. Pizza there at the Grill was always hot, not too spicy, great for little kids to eat, tons of motzarella cheese, something the girls loved! We enjoyed adventure dome, the midway, and the entire Circus Circus trip was something to put on our to Do again List!
Something for the kids in Sin City – I'm a local Las Vegan and my kids love the Adventuredome. They are 10 and it is a great way to spend a day. My kids ride the rides many times and never tire of it so we easily spend 7-8 hours. Several faster rides and lots of kiddie rides too. They love the laser tag and 4-d movie/ motion ride. You can usually find discount coupons at fast food places or visitors centers and hotel lobbies. Kids under 48 inches are only 14.95 and over 48 inches is 22.95 so even without a discount ticket it is still good. Considering that laser tag alone at the laser quest(outside the Adventuredome) costs that for just 3- 20 minute games of laser tag. The food inside is just your usual junk, pizza, hot dogs etc. Go out into the promenade to the Garden Grill. They have everything(salads, sandwiches, steaks, etc.) including a kids menu. It is definitely slower on weekdays so go then if you can. Also get there close to opening and go on the 4D(motion) ride simulator first. You can get right on but it takes a while when the line gets longer. When you buy tickets DON'T go to the first ticket booth there is usually a line. Get a map and you will see places to buy them all over the park. I bet you there will be no lines at most of them away from the entrance.
This enclosed theme park at Circus Circus entertains kids 1 to 100 with its rides and games. – In Short
Less of a theme park and more of a permanent carnival, the rides are entertaining but not overwhelming. Even the centerpiece double-loop, double-corkscrew roller coaster is so smooth (and short) it will entertain kids of all ages. Find laser tag, a motion simulator and plenty of rides for the littlest ones. There are also quite a few carnival-style game booths and arcades are also here to satisfy older kids for an afternoon.
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