Vegas Indoor Skydiving in Las Vegas, NV

200 Convention Center DrLas Vegas, NV 89109
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Overview

Want to go skydiving without jumping out of a plane? Try indoor skydiving! Vegas Indoor Skydiving is a safe way to feel the thrill of skydiving and the wind in your hair. As America’s original indoor skydiving facility, there’s no better way to defy gravity with an adrenaline rush unlike any other. Float, fly, and free fall with winds up to 120 mph generated by a 1,000 horsepower motor.

Good To Know

from Ashley, one of our Las Vegas Travel Experts
  • All ages are welcome. Children under 18 require the signature of a parent.
  • Minimum weight to fly is 40 lbs. Maximum weight restrictions apply.
  • Those with previous, chronic, or current neck, back, or shoulder injuries should not fly.
  • Vegas Indoor Skydiving is open daily.

Description

from Vegas Indoor Skydiving
Come experience the thrill of skydiving without the need of a parachute or plane! Vegas Indoor Skydiving was voted Las Vegas' Most Unique Attraction.

Experience the thrilling sensation of skydiving, without a parachute or airplane, as a 1,000 horsepower motor keeps you soaring through the air in America's original indoor skydiving facility. The propeller turns on and the air begins to flow. You’re floating, flying, free falling through the air with wind speeds up to 120 mph.

Weight Guidelines
Our weight limits are based on aerodynamics. Guests who DO NOT meet our suggested flight guidelines MAY NOT be able to generate enough lift to fly. No age limit but the minimum weight to fly is 40 lbs. No experience necessary!

Maximum weight guidelines for women:
- under 5'6" is a 170lb maximum
- 5'6" to 6' is a 190lb maximum
- over 6' is a 210lb maximum

Maximum weight guidelines for men:
- under 5'6" is a 190lb maximum
- 5'6" to 6' is a 230lb maximum
- over 6' is a 245lb maximum

Minimum weight is 40lbs. Participants under the age of 18 will need a parent or guardian to sign a waiver and attend a safety training class.

Participants prohibited from flying:
- People under the influence of alcohol or drugs
- Pregnant women
- Anyone with a previous dislocated shoulder, neck, or back injury

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Felisrufus
Reno, Nevada
"Vegas Indoor Skydiving "
TripAdvisor user rating 5 out of 5
Reviewed November 27, 2019
Completely awesome experience!!!!!!! Rob the instructor was excellent and everyone had a blast!!!!! We highly recommend this activity!!!
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AprilA7
Muscle Shoals
"Super Fun Adventure!"
TripAdvisor user rating 5 out of 5
Reviewed November 19, 2019
We were looking for something different to do in Vegas and we happened upon an ad for indoor skydiving. We weren’t sure what to expect but it was one of the funnest attractions I’ve ever done! Rob was a GREAT instructor and put any nervousness I had to rest. We had so much fun! Hours later we’re still all smiles.
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Kelly M
"Best thing ever!"
TripAdvisor user rating 5 out of 5
Reviewed November 16, 2019
Absolutely the best thing I've done! My fiance and I did it two weeks ago and had so much fun we brought his mom and sister the next week. The staff is unbelievably amazing Sonny was our instructor both times and he just rocks! Hoping to go again next week!
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douglasa218
Huntington Beach, California
"My wife and I had a greeeeeate time!"
TripAdvisor user rating 5 out of 5
Reviewed November 09, 2019
My wife’s first time I have done indoor and actual skydiving We both had a fantastic time Sometimes indoor skydiving can be very hot. Not here And having someone stand and guide you was the best You always felt comfortable Highly recommend Doug and Nadine
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vtRobo
Williston, Vermont
"Great fun with my daughter!"
TripAdvisor user rating 5 out of 5
Reviewed October 24, 2019
I had been here and a few other indoor skydiving locations before and decided to take my 18 year old daughter with me. It was her first time and she did great and had a blast! I did the fly for 5 so I got a lot of flying time for just a few dollars more. And Zack was great with us and on a Wednesday early evening, it was surprisingly dead so it was just the 3 of us in the tunnel. Great time and highly recommend it!
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Frequently Asked Questions about Vegas Indoor Skydiving

What are the weight requirements for indoor skydiving?
Guests must be a minimum of 40 lbs to fly. Maximum weights are as follows:

Maximum weight guidelines for women:

  • Under 5' 6": 160 lb maximum
  • 5 6" to 6': 180 lb maximum
  • Over 6': 200 lb maximum 
Maximum weight guidelines for men:
  • Under 5' 6": 180 lb maximum
  • 5 6" to 6': 220 lb maximum
  • Over 6': 230 lb maximum

What are the hours of operation?
Vegas Indoor Skydiving is open 7 days a week from 9:45 am - 8:00 pm.

What should I wear?
We recommend athletic attire with tennis shoes and socks. You will be issued a full body jumpsuit prior to your flight. The flight suit is designed to be worn over your street clothes. All the necessary gear is included with your flight purchase. Grab your provided earplugs, goggles, and helmet and you’re ready to fly!

Does Vegas Indoor Skydiving provide training?
Yes, flyers are required to attend a brief training class covering the basics of indoor skydiving. Class topics include proper body position, flight technique, hand signals used in the wind tunnel, and safety procedures.

Are children allowed to fly?
Yes. The minimum weight to fly is 40 lbs. Before any child is allowed to enter the vertical wind tunnel, they must attend a safety training class. A parent or legal guardian must be present during the class.

Can I participate if I am pregnant?
No. Pregnant guests are strictly prohibited from flying.

If I have a previous injury, can I still fly?
If you have any previous neck, back, or shoulder injuries, then you are advised not to fly. The required body position and physical activity may aggravate prior injuries.