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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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This was one of my favorite things to do in Vegas! It really is amazing to see everything so high up. We went at night and the view was breathtaking! The ride is 30 minutes and there are tv screens in the room that count...More
Fun to experience the view, even for locals and long-time visiters - better than Eiffel Tower. Try to go during or overlap sunset, you get the best of both Vegas world views that way. Booze car is fun, but procey - look for coupons and...More
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Great views from this attraction. We went on around sunset and got some great pics. You can even watch the Bellagio fountains as you go around!
We did the happy half hour so had an open bar in the pod, the barman was brilliant, super...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.