- If you're all about sightseeing, book your ride right at sunset or nighttime – the Vegas lights are out of this world. Also, don't be afraid to ride during summer days – the cabins offer air-conditioning.
- The High Roller’s wheelhouse sells drinks from its bar. Feel free to bring it with you on the wheel.
- Save time – The LINQ’s valet is right by the High Roller. If you’re driving east on Flamingo (away from the Strip), turn left LINQ Lane and drive straight. It will be right before The Linq Hotel and Casino’s back entrance.
- Stick around before or after your High Roller experience – The LINQ offers plenty to see and do, from musical acts at Brooklyn Bowl to amazing drink concoctions at Yard House and BLVD. Cocktail.
- Memorialize your experience – The High Roller features a gift shop at the base of the wheel, including everything from T-shirts, key chains and other fun souvenirs.
What's the High Roller? All Your Questions Answered
The High Roller is a modern Las Vegas attraction that has forever changed the Strip. Curious potential riders are asking lots of questions, so here's a list of everything you need to know.
So what is the High Roller?
Now the largest observation wheel in the world, the High Roller is Las Vegas’ newest attraction for all ages. It’s located at The LINQ, an outdoor shopping, dining and entertainment district. Located right in the center of the world-famous Strip, across from Caesars Palace, the wheel is easy to get to by foot, car or Las Vegas Monorail. Take a spin and see Las Vegas from a whole new view. LED light shows and 360 degree views make for a ride you don’t want to miss.
What are the ticket prices?
- Daytime ride ticket: $24.95
- Nighttime ride ticket: $34.95
- One day flex pass (valid for one day or night ride, without having to choose a time): $44.95
- Three day flex pass (valid for one day or night ride over a 3 day period, without having to choose a time) $54.95
- Youth pricing (ages 13-17): $14.95 daytime ride, $24.95 nighttime ride. Children 12 and under are always free!
What are the hours of operation?
11:30 a.m. to 2 a.m. daily.
What time does the price change over?
7 p.m. nightly.
How tall is the wheel?
From the ground to the top of the tallest cabin, The High Roller tops out at 550 feet, making it the world's tallest observation wheel. It is 107 feet taller than the London Eye.
How many people fit per cabin?
Up to 40 people fit in each cabin. The large capacity allows for guests to throw private parties in pods if booked out in advance. A bar and bartender can be set up for your ride, and full scale weddings inside a pod are also available.
What are the cabins like inside?
Each of the 28 total cabins are spacious and easy to walk around in during the ride, with two small benches if seating is preferred. Seatbelts are not necessary, as each pod is fully enclosed in 300 square feet of floor-to-ceiling glass. In a tech twist, each cabin features eight monitor screens hosting dynamic video and music shows coordinated with different views and touchpoints, such as reaching the highest point during the ride.
A look inside a High Roller cabin
How long does it take to go around?
Roughly 30 minutes, but plan on at least an hour to accommodate entering and exiting the wheel.
Does the wheel ever stop moving?
No, guests will board and depart each cabin as the wheel moves at the gentle speed of one foot per second.
Are there restrooms inside each cabin?
No, but restrooms are located in the wheel house. It is suggested riders use the facilities before boarding.
Is one ticket only good for one rotation? What if I want to ride it again the same day?
Individual tickets are valid for one rotation.
Can I drink inside the wheel?
Yes. Alcoholic and non-alcoholic drinks are available for purchase in the wheel house. You may bring them on the ride, but don't even think about sneaking in outside beverages (even if they are from Purple Zebra.) If renting out a pod for a private event, drinks can be made while on the ride.
Where do I park to ride The High Roller?
Both self-parking and valet parking is available. Valet is conveniently located just a few steps away from the wheel entrance, and the self-parking lot is a quick walk behind the wheel. The lot is located off Flamingo and Linq Lane, with another entrance off Koval and Winnick, east of Las Vegas Boulevard.