High Roller Observation Wheel in Las Vegas, NV
3545 S Las Vegas Blvd. • Las Vegas, NV 89109
Go 550 feet above the Las Vegas Strip for 360-degree views of the city on the world’s largest observation wheel. The High Roller Wheel has 28 cabins which each fit 40 guests for a whirl of a time! One revolution of this magnificent observation wheel takes 30 minutes. Choose between a standard cabin with friends or a Happy Half Hour cabin for one epic Las Vegas party with views you can’t beat.
|Attractions||Hotels & Lodging|
What are the hours of operation?
The High Roller Wheel is open from 11:30 am to 2:00 am daily.
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 in a cabin at a time?
The cabins fit up to 40 people at a time.
What are the cabins like?
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.
How long does one revolution take?
It takes about 30 minutes to make one revolution, but plan on one hour to accommodate stops.
Does the wheel ever stop moving?
No. The wheel moves at a slow one foot per second allowing guests to easily enter and exit the cabins.
Are there restrooms in the cabin?
No, but restrooms are located in the wheel house. It is suggested riders use the facilities before boarding.
Can I drink inside the wheel?
Yes. Alcoholic and non-alcoholic drinks are available for purchase in the wheel house. You may bring those on the ride, but no outside beverages are allowed.
Is parking available?
Both self-parking and valet parking is available. Valet parking 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.