High Roller in Las Vegas is 168 meters (550 feet) tall and 158 meters (520 feet) in diameter.
It is 2.75 meters (9 feet) taller than the Singapore Flyer and 33 meters (107 feet) taller than the London Eye, which makes it the Guinness Record holder for the largest Ferris wheel in the world.
The High Roller has 28 air-conditioned cabins, each of which can accommodate 40 guests.
While the wheel spins, the spherical cabins also rotate on their axis, ensuring the riders are always upright.
An entertaining audio tour will cover Las Vegas’ history during your ride, perfectly timed to point out the landmarks as they appear during the rotation.
Check out the video below to better understand what awaits you at LINQ High Roller in Las Vegas.
To take in 360-degree views of Las Vegas, visitors either book the cheaper and more popular High Roller’s Regular tickets or the costlier Happy Hour tickets. Select Your Tickets
Since the Happy Hour cabin serves alcoholic drinks, only visitors above 21 years can participate.
View to expect from High Roller
If you want the best views over the Las Vegas strip, opt for a helicopter tour over Las Vegas.
Linq High Roller is a great option if you want sky-high views without spending much money.
The Observation Wheel’s air-conditioned transparent cabins offer 360-degree views of the city.
The benches in the cabin and the smooth ride quality ensure even those with a fear of height can enjoy the stunning Vegas skyline.
The pod offers panoramic views of the Vegas strip, the rest of the city, the valley, and the mountains.
Start watching the video from the 3rd minute onwards for daytime and nighttime views from High Roller.
For the best views of the Las Vegas strip, stand in the Southwest corner – your immediate right when you enter the pod.
Discount Alert: Visitors who go up the High Roller also visit Las Vegas Eiffel Tower Experience, which is 15 minutes by walk. To get a 10% discount, purchase both the tickets together.