About The LINQ High Roller
The Las Vegas skyline will never be the same as the 550-feet-tall high roller which is the largest world observation wheel will be shining bright on the Las Vegas strip. The high roller isn’t your everyday county fair Ferris wheel as it is the centerpiece and crown jewel of The LINQ hotels, casino, and entertainment promenade.
The high roller has 28 spherical, Italian crafted, glass-enclosed cabins, each weighing about 44,000 lbs. Each cabin can hold up to a maximum of 40 people and up to 1,120 people at full capacity for the entire high roller. It takes the high roller a total of 30 minutes to complete one full rotation which gives the passenger a breathtaking and astonishing 30-minute extraordinary view of Las Vegas skyline.
Each cabin on the high roller is equipped with an air conditioner to stabilize the temperature of the cabin even at the highest altitude and two benches for sitting.
The high roller is truly a wonder as it illuminates the sky at sunset with 2,000 different led lights which can be customized to display in different combinations depending on the occasion, the lightning can be seen across the Las Vegas valley both day and night.
For tourist from around the world, the fun doesn’t have to end with the high roller ride. The high roller is situated at the center of Las Vegas LINQ, a lively promenade featuring bars, shops, and restaurants which you can indulge yourself in any of the pleasures they offer for a real Las Vegas treat.
Costs and Hours
High Roller Operating Hours
Monday to Sunday – 12:00 PM – 2:00 AM
High Roller Ticketing Price
Standard daytime ticket, $21.95; Standard nighttime ticket, $36.95, Youth (13-18) daytime ticket, $16.95; Youth (13-18) nighttime ticket, $26.95; Children 12 and under are free.
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