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Circus Circus Adventuredome Theme Park, Las Vegas
(3.1/5 based on 1,100+ reviews on the web)
A winner of numerous awards for its family-friendly atmosphere, Circus Circus Adventuredome Theme Park offers small rides, roller coasters, family-type rides, and special attractions. Completely enclosed, it's unaffected by weather conditions. Kids can enjoy 25 different rides and attractions, including rock climbing, miniature golfing, virtual reality and 4-D shows, carnival-type games, and clown appearances. Don't miss the world's largest indoor double-loop, double-corkscrew roller coaster. Check out vendor booths, where you can get caricatures done or buy novelty items. Add Circus Circus Adventuredome Theme Park and other attractions to your Las Vegas trip itinerary using our Las Vegas trip generator.
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TripAdvisor
  • An amusement park in a hotel... A bit expensive indeed but insane. The kids loved. Too bad the AC works a full throttle late October... It was frozen...
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  • If you plan on a 2-4 hour block, purchase the all-day wristbands ($31.95/adult) which will give you unlimited rides. It's a bargain since lines are usually short. There's a couple viable options to qu...  more »
  • A great indoor amusement park with 2 coasters, ship swing, etc. Everything in the Circus Circus covered and air-conditioned! Cost about $30 for our son, who could ride roller coaster as many times as he wanted. Time required: depending on your mood, we were here for about 3 hours.
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  • This is lots of fun for kids in Vegas. There are quite a few locals mixed with tourists. The whole facility is showing its age and 3 rides were taken offline while we were there. I never felt unsafe though. There are lots of opportunities to spend extra money - video games, vendors, and drinks (with and without alcohol).
  • I was here as part of the "Fright Dome" event so I can't say much for what it looks like normally. There are indoor roller coasters, one is basically you riding upside down the entire time so it can be rather intense. While I had a blast it is more of a place to take your kids to. There are bumper cars and all kinds of carvival stalls as well as a variety of amusement park style rides. If you are in the area or can't make it to the big theme parks, it is really worth your time to stop by.
  • Adventuredome needs some real TLC. Please invest some money into this site. I remember back in the day as a kid Circus Circus was the spot. Live circus shows all kinds of carnival games cool prices and food. Now... Blah Blah Blah kind of a dud- No loud sounds of games being played. NO cool circus tricks... like the man walking around with the GIANT SNAKE. just plain BORING!
  • We would definitely come back. Probably when our littlest is a little taller. He is not afraid and wants to ride the big stuff but is 4 inches to small. We rode the pirate ship swing 7 times! Safe enough but just exciting enough for adventurous little kids.
  • Not a huge Vegas person, but I love Circus Circus and the Adventuredome. It was great when I was 5, 18, and now that I am over 21. You can access it by the duce bus from downtown or the strip with ease. It is more affordable then a lot of places of the strip and there is much to do. As far as theme parks go it isn't my favorite, but that's not why I come here. It's fun to go between gambling and rides with the choice to drink and options of food. Food is not bad not great. My one complaint is that when u ride the crazier rides you have to pay a dollar to lock your stuff and you don't have a choice because you can't take it on the ride. I think they should bring back the free cubbies. Other than that two thumbs up. Bring your family and smiles.