The Adventuredome inside the Circus Circus Hotel and Casino in Las Vegas, NV is one of the largest indoor theme parks in the United States. After recently spending an entire day within these walls of fun, I have more than a few comments to share.
The Adventuredome in Las Vegas is an entirely indoor theme/amusement park. From roller coasters to water rides, the park has it all. Upon entering the doors which are located inside the Circus Circus Hotel and Casino you are taken aback by the hugeness of it all. The noise and commotion are huge. The rides and attractions are huge. The price for tickets and armbands are huge. Everything in the Adventuredome is huge.
The pricing for tickets or armbands though huge for my family (six members) is fairly inexpensive. A patron can choose between an armband for all-day access and tickets for per ride access. Armbands are priced at $24.95 for adults and $14.95 for juniors with the price differentiation depending on height rather than age. Tickets, on the other hand, can be purchased as well for each ride. The rides are priced individually and can become expensive if you plan on spending an entire day.
The ride selection at the Adventuredome is fantastic. The rides available range from a 36″ height minimum to a 54″ height minimum with most rides falling between 42″ and 48″ height minimums. The theme park offers many family rides for young children and parents to enjoy together as well as 4D movie enjoyment.
At first glance you would think an indoor amusement park would be overcrowded, but the rides in the Adventuredome are relatively short, so the turnover time is great. The longest wait time experienced was 45 minutes for the 4D SpongeBob Squarepants ride, all other rides ranged from 0-5 minutes in wait time.
Concessions and restrooms inside the Adventuredome were the only two areas I felt rated below average. With five acres of concrete floors, stairs and people, I felt there needed to be restrooms more centrally located. Most of the lavatory facilities were hidden behind video games or within the interior of the park as opposed to the outer skirts where walkers could easily find them. The concessions were none existent…if you wanted a snack you were forced to exit the park and find a casino priced restaurant.
The Adventuredome in Las Vegas was a fantastic experience for my family. The price for the park was under market, the ride wait times were short and the ride selection was fantastic. I will recommend the Adventuredome to any and everyone visiting the Las Vegas area.