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Currently the world’s tallest Ferris wheel, the High Roller offers stunning views of Las Vegas and the surrounding desert. Take to the skies, 500 feet (167.6 meters) above the ground, or book a Happy Half Hour ticket to enjoy refreshing drinks while enjoying the panorama below. Book tickets in advance to save money on your trip!
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Las Vegas Strip: The High Roller at The LINQ Ticket
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4 tips for visiting the High Roller

LINQ High Roller | Photo: Daniel Ramirez CC-BY 2.0
Decide in advance if you’d rather take a trip during the daytime or at night - night trips will mean that you get to see the strip in its full glory, but they’re also more expensive.
LINQ High Roller Cabin | Photo: Daniel Ramirez CC-BY 2.0
Claustrophobes don’t need to worry - the pods of the High Roller are never too full of people (unless your large group wants to stick together). Up to 40 people can fit inside each cabin, and you’ll feel as though you have plenty of space to move around the cabin.
Each cabin has benches, so if you might struggle to stand for 30 minutes then rest assured that you’ll be able to sit if you need to.
Check out the other special experiences available! Options include an hour-long yoga class in a cabin or an exclusive chocolate tasting led by a ‘chocolatier ambassador’.

Frequently Asked Questions

What’s so special about the High Roller?

The High Roller is currently the world’s tallest Ferris wheel, at 500 feet (167.6 meters) tall. When it opened in 2014 it overtook the Singapore Flyer, and it proudly boasts of being 107 feet (32.6 meters) taller than the London Eye. From the top, you can get a great view of Las Vegas, including the fountains at the Bellagio, and the surrounding desert. The High Roller is scheduled to be knocked off its top spot in 2019 by the spectacular Ain Dubai, which will stand a massive 820 feet (250 meters) tall, so take the chance to ride it while it’s still the tallest wheel! Read more.

How long does a rotation last?

A trip on the High Roller takes about 30 minutes, or slightly longer if they need to stop the wheel, which they may do if a visitor requires assistance to enter the pod. Read more.

Should we go at night or during the day?

Las Vegas looks its best after dark when the hotels and casinos turn on their lights. The day tickets are cheaper, and you’ll still get to see everything, but it might not have the same sparkle. Parents with children might want to bear in mind that there may be more people indulging in Happy Half Hours during the evening and nighttime. Read more.

What’s a Happy Half Hour?

Happy Half Hour is the name of a ticket option. In addition to access to the High Roller, you’ll be in a cabin with a bar, bartender, and unlimited drinks for the half-hour ride on the Ferris wheel. It’s a great option if you want to sip a cold drink (or two, or three) while enjoying the view. This option is only available to people over the age of 21. Read more.

General information

Opening Hours:

The High Roller is open daily from 11.30 am to 2 am.


LINQ Hotel & Casino
3535 Las Vegas Blvd South
Las Vegas
NV 89109

How to get there:

The LINQ Hotel has parking (including valet parking) available for a fee. Alternatively, you can take the Las Vegas monorail to Harrah’s & the LINQ station, the Deuce bus, or bus number 202.


Day tickets (for entry before 7 pm) bought at the door cost $25 for adults, or $10 for visitors aged between 7 and 17. Night tickets cost $37 for adults and $20 for visitors aged between 7 and 17. Students, visitors aged 65 or over, or members of the US Military receive a $5 discount on their tickets when they show the appropriate ID. Residents of Nevada are entitled to a 50% discount on their ticket when they provide ID. Children aged 6 and under can visit free of charge.
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