Things to do at Circus Circus Las Vegas
Circus Circus Las Vegas is one of those Las Vegas hotels and casino totally geared towards families with children, although the gambling is also an important part of its life.
There are many fun things to do within the property and everyone is guaranteed to have as much fun as they want.
Adventuredome – America’s largest indoor theme park
Adventuredome opened in 1993. Adventuredome is connected to Circus Circus via the Promenade. It comprises 5 acres of indoor fun, guaranteed to make you have the fun of your lifetime. It comprises thrill rides for adults and kids as well as other attractions, including free clown acts. Adventuredome is open daily from 10 a.m. All day ride passes cost $14.95 (junior, under 48 inches tall) and $24.95 (regular, 48 inches tall or taller). The individual ride prices are $4 and $7, depending on the type of rides. Guests can choose among premium, large, junior and family rides. There are 25 rides available for the guests, including an 18-hole miniature golf course and a roller coaster.
The premium rides include: Canyon Blaster – the roller coaster speeding through The Adventuredome at 55 mph -, Disk’O – where you’ll be spinning out of control -, Marvin the Martion – a unique 4D experience -, Rim Runner – a wild, wet and wacky ride – , Slingshot – shoot up a tower to feel 4G forces -, Chaos – experience three ranges of motion -, Inverter – endless flipping and feeling the g-force -, Lazer Blast – zap your friends and family – and SlimEx Theatre – the SpongeBob SquarePants 4-D Ride.
The large rides include: Canyon Cars – bumper cars – and Sand Pirates – swing in a pirate ship and don’t forget to hang tight!
The junior rides include: Frog Hopper, Miner Mike – cool train ride- and Thunderbirds.
The family rides include: B.C.Bus, Circus Carousel, Drifters and Road Runner.
Carnival Midway is designed for all guests to act their age elsewhere. There are numerous arcade games to choose from. Also there’s a circus stage where free performances take place daily from 11 a.m.
The 40,000 square foot shopping Promenade is an ideal place to hunt for gifts, Las Vegas collectibles, sports memorabilia and fashionable apparel.
Also on the Promenade you’ll be able to find the Alexander Noel Beauty Salon, where you enjoy body massages, facials, having your hair done or getting a chic manicure. It is open daily and reservations are recommended.
You are probably tired after checking out the stores, so the Las Vegas Popcorn and Ice Cream stand is a happy appearance on the Promenade. Kick your sugar cravings with fresh, gourmet popcorn and tasty ice-cream.
Walter’s Golf has teamed up with various Las Vegas hotels and casinos to offer the guests incredible golf courses to relax. The company operates: Royal Links Golf Club, Desert Pines Golf Club and Bali Hai Golf Club. Rates vary according to the golf club and time of the day.