Want to see Vegas from a different perspective?
Then why not take a ride on the High Roller Ferris Wheel?
Billed as the “world’s tallest observation wheel,” the High Roller Ferris Wheel is 550 feet in diameter and rises 550 feet above the heart of the Las Vegas Strip, unquestionably the best views of the entire Las Vegas Valley.
See below how to score the best prices on High Roller tickets.
What is the High Roller?
Ranked at number four on TripAdvisor’s list of Top Attractions in Las Vegas, a ride on the High Roller is definitely on any must-do list for a trip to Sin City.
The High Roller opened to the public on March 31, 2014, and sports 28 air-conditioned, 40-person cabins that can support a total capacity of 1120 passengers. The High Roller offers 360-degree views of the Strip and beyond during the thirty-minute ride.
High Roller Ferris Wheel Times
The High Roller is open daily from 2 pm – 12 AM and is located in the heart of the LINQ Promenade, an open-air entertainment, retail, and dining district that is situated in the heart of the Strip between the LINQ and Flamingo resorts and across from Caesars Palace.
High Roller Happy Hour
For an extra entertaining experience, buy a ticket to the Happy Half Hour. The Happy Half Hour includes a thirty-minute rotation with an in-cabin open bar and dedicated bartender.
The Happy Half Hour is available daily from 2 PM to 12 AM. Guests must be 21 and over to ride in a bar cabin.
Vegas High Roller Tips and Info
- Both alcoholic and non-alcoholic drinks are available for purchase in the wheel house. These may be brought on the High Roller, but outside beverages are prohibited.
- A full revolution of the High Roller takes about a half-hour but allow extra time for standing in line and waiting to enter and exit the ride.
- To experience the full “wow” factor, sunset and after dark are the best times to ride (although higher ticket prices).
- You will experience breathtaking views, including the Bellagio Fountains, the Eiffel Tower, and that incredible Las Vegas Skyline.
- Like all Caesars’ properties, you have to pay to park at the LINQ and it varies by the day. Pay anywhere from $15 to $23 if staying over an hour.
- Ride the Las Vegas Monorail and exit at the Harrah’s/LINQ Station for access to the High Roller at the LINQ Promenade, as well as The LINQ Hotel and Casino and Harrah’s Las Vegas.
Interesting Facts about the High Roller
At 550 feet, Las Vegas’s High Roller is one of the tallest and largest observation wheel in the world, second only to Dubai’s 689-foot observation wheel, AIN Dubai, which opened in 2020. With breathtaking 360-degree views of the Las Vegas Strip and beyond, the High Roller is a can’t-miss experience for your trip to Sin City.
High Roller Ticket Prices
Prices at the High Roller are as follows. There are both daytime tickets and nighttime rides.
|Daytime ride ticket
|Night ride ticket
|$36 (starts at 7pm daily)
|Youth pricing (ages 4-12)
|$10 daytime ride, $20 nighttime ride. Children 4 and under are free!
|Happy Half Hour – Night
|$62, includes ride with open bar
Cheapest Tickets – Purchase discount tickets at these prices:
|General Admission Daytime ticket
|General Admission Anytime ticket
Are the cabins in the High Roller air-conditioned?
Yes. All cabins in the High Roller Observation Wheel are air-conditioned.
How long does the High Roller ride take?
It would take you around 30 minutes to complete the ride, but we suggest you plan an hour at least to accommodate the ingress and egress.
High Roller Discounts and Coupons
Other standard discounts include:
Military Special: Receive $5 off with a valid US Military ID at the box office.
Senior Special: Passengers ages 65 and older receive $5 off.
Student Special: Receive 50% off with a valid US student ID at the box office.
Local Special: Nevada Residents can receive 50% off with a valid Nevada ID.