The Adventuredome opened on August 23, 1993 with only four rides. Today, it features 25 rides and attractions.
The indoor theme park took one year to build at a cost of $90 million.
The Adventuredome is 200 feet high and is fully enclosed by 8,615 panes of glass. Each pane of glass weighs more than 300 pounds.
Great for kids and the kids-at-heart, the Adventuredome inside Circus Circus proves you can go crazy in Vegas without the wild nightlife scene.
We’re not going to bore you with a bunch of lists on what you can ride, eat, or win at the Adventuredome in Circus Circus. All you need to know is that this is America's largest indoor theme park and it's hopped up on Vegas-style steroids. The colossal carnival-like atmosphere is more than five acres of thrills, chills and a crazy amount of fun for all ages.
There are extreme roller coasters, like the new El Loco that lets riders experience a negative G-force, carnival rides, mini golf, laser tag, bumper cars, games and so much more. Come prepared with plenty of one dollar bills, which shouldn't be a problem because hey-you’re in Vegas. Ahem…moving on.
Make note: nobody does Halloween quite like the Adventuredome. To celebrate the scariest time of the year, it mutates into the Frightdome where ghouls and the supremely grotesque run amok through specially-commissioned haunted houses the entire month of October. MWUAHAHAHA. This ain.t Disneyland folks, this is the stuff of nightmares.
You can easily spend the whole day here. Whether you bring the kids or you're going on a date (you can cling on to each other after all the scary rides), there's really no age limit here. And since you're indoors, it's guaranteed fun -- rain or shine.
Check out the links for more attractions below:
4-D Motion Ride
4-D Special FX Theater
The Sling Shot