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Circus Circus
2880 S Las Vegas Blvd, Las Vegas, NV 89109 (702) 734-0410.

Real rollercoasters are located in the Adventure Dome: take the escalator to the second floor. I think these are the only rides in Las Vegas that are entirely indoors. There are two of them and they are ideal for the younger kids. Lots of other stuff there too. You can spend a whole afternoon there. see their website
El LocoThe Adventuredome at Circus Circus is home to one of six El Loco models Indiana, UK, France, Australia and China...and the only indoor El Loco in the United States. El Loco's design pushes the limits of what can be accomplished with a smaller footprint, maximizing space with a soaring, eye-catching structure Riders will experience twists, turns and drops very unique in the coaster world as they ascend 90 feet before dropping over and under to experience a 1.5 vertical-G Up to six cars are able to cycle through the track at the same time Riders will enjoy a custom soundtrack with speakers in each seat Minimum height requirement – 48 inches Tallest point – 90 feet Top speed – 45 mph El Loco's innovative, four-person cars feature an open design giving riders the feeling of flying during the 72-second ride along 1,300 feet of track.
Canyon BlasterCanyon Blaster Let the screams begin! Imagine...you're on the world's only indoor double-loop, double-corkscrew roller coaster speeding through The Adventuredome at 55 mph. Just when you catch your breath, you're left gasping for more! You must be at least 48 inches tall to ride the Canyon Blaster.
Disk'ODisk'O Spinning you out of control! The Disk'O combines a breathtaking dual rocking/spinning motion with an all-new seating style where everyone gets a front-row seat! You must be at least 48 inches tall to ride Disk'O.
Canyon CarsCanyon Cars Get behind the wheel of our bumper cars and prepare for a crash course in defensive driving. You must be at least 54 inches tall to drive Canyon Cars and 42 inches to ride.
The following are junior rides.
Frog HopperFrog Hopper Up, down, up, down ... Frog Hopper will have you leaping for joy! You must be between 36 and 58 inches tall to ride Frog Hopper View Slideshow.
Miner MikeMiner Mike All aboard for a runaway coal train ride destined for a happy place! You must be between 33 and 58 inches tall to ride Miner Mike.
ThunderbirdsThunderbirds Take flight and play pilot above The Adventuredome crowd in a remnant 1920s airplane! You must be between 36 and 58 inches to ride Thunderbirds.

The following are family ridesBC BUSB.C. Bus Get on the B.C. Bus and have a blast going up, down and all around! You must be at least 42 inches tall to ride B.C. Bus unless accompanied by a paying adult..
Circus CarouselCircus Carousel Pick you favorite animal and hop on for a classic carousel ride. You must be at least 42 inches tall to ride Circus Carousel unless accompanied by a paying adult.
DriftersDrifters Pretend you're in a hot air balloon as this festive ferris wheel gently carries you up, away and around! You must be at least 42 inches tall to ride Drifters unless accompanied by a paying adult.
Road RunnerRoad Runner Enjoy the exciting Adventuredome scenery while venturing up, down and around the friendly slopes of this mini-Himalayan ride. You must be at least 42 inches tall to ride Road Runner unless accompanied by a paying adult.
2000 S Las Vegas Blvd, Las Vegas, NV 89104 (702) 380-7777

If you want scary, this is the to go to place:

The ultimate Vegas free fall from the 108th floor. The wind’ll go whoosh. You’ll go $#!@%. Or yippee. Or yeah. Or yikes. Chances are your blood curdling screams will be heard in the sky high above the Las Vegas Strip. Stratosphere’s new SkyJump Las Vegas thrill ride will be the jump of your life — no matter what you might be yelling. For your inner adrenaline junkie wanting the ultimate Las Vegas free fall, sky dive or base jump, SkyJump is the attraction to choose. It provides the highest controlled free fall in the world, all from the Stratosphere Casino, Hotel & Tower. Before the jump, riders are prepped and suited up in Stratosphere’s custom jump suits and given a safety lesson. After a short elevator trip to the top of the Stratosphere Tower, the jumper is connected to a high-speed “descender” and led to the edge of the platform. Just take that last step and plummet through the sky 855 feet, or the equivalent of 108 floors. SkyJump Las Vegas is one of the premier tourist attractions in the world and the newest ultimate Vegas thrill ride experience. For more detailed information visit www.skyjumplasvegas.com. Real ride. Some really scary rides here. Go to the top of the tower (I suggest the elevator). One is a roller coaster on top of the tower. The other one is even scarier. It is like a rocket blasting off into outer space. Bring puke bags!! Remember, the tower is about 1000 ft tall.

Insanity - The Ride Acrobator Acrophobe. The best Las Vegas thrill ride has 3 ‘G’s of pure Insanity. Insanity the Ride is a truly mind-bending experience! A massive mechanical arm extending out 64 feet over the edge of the Stratosphere Tower at a height of over 900 feet, this Vegas ride will spin you and several other passengers in the open air at speeds of up to three 'G's. You'll be propelled up to an angle of 70 degrees, which will tilt your body into one position — straight down! If you're brave enough to keep your eyes open you'll be rewarded with a breathtaking view of historic downtown Las Vegas. Experience Insanity and walk away to tell the tale!

X-Scream Hero or Zero? I Scream, You Scream, We all Scream on this Vegas ride. Ever played on a giant teeter-totter, 866 feet above the ground? With the X-Scream, you can! Its space age, yet simplistic design resembles a massive teeter-totter or a Vegas rollercoaster unlike any other ever seen. X-Scream propels you and several other riders headfirst, 27 feet over the edge of the Stratosphere Casino, Hotel & Tower. Try not to scream when you go over the edge — you don't want to scare the other riders! After being shot over the edge, you'll dangle weightlessly above the Las Vegas Strip before being pulled back and propelled over again for more.

Big Shot Thrillseeker or Bystander. How about a Vegas amusement park ride that touches the sky? Strap into the Big Shot and prepare to be shot 160 feet in the air at 45 miles per hour as you overlook the majestic Las Vegas Valley. In a matter of seconds, the Big Shot thrill ride catapults 16 riders from the 921-foot high platform up the Tower's mast to a height of 1,081 feet and down again. Before you catch your breath, you'll be shot back up again at forces unmatched by other Vegas thrill parks! Experience a gut-wrenching four 'G's of force on the way up, and feel negative 'G's on the way down as your legs dangle in the Las Vegas skyline.
TOWER TICKETS Adult - $18.00 Child - $10.00 Senior - $12.00 Nevada Resident - $12.00.
3790 S. Las Vegas Bl., 702-740-6969

The Big Apple Coaster & Arcade Get your thrills on the world’s first coaster to feature a 180-degree “heartline” twist and dive maneuver, providing more than 1.4 million riders with heart-stopping action and excitement each year. The fun doesn't stop there! Enjoy the excitement of some of your favorite midway style carnival games and coin-operated video games at the Arcade. Individual Tickets - $14.00 Scream Pass - $25.00 Includes: all day ride pass, $2.00 off 5x7 photo Family Fun Flight for Four - $60.00 Includes Four individual ride tickets & 2 (two) 5x7 close up photos Real rollercoaster. Interesting ride in that it starts inside the hotel then moves outside and runs around the building right there at the busiest corner in Nevada. see their website
About 35 miles from Las Vegas on I-15 going south. 702-386-7867
31900 S. Las Vegas Blvd Primm, NV 89019-9119 Phone: (702) 679-RIDE, (800) FUN-STOP Location: At Buffalo Bill's, about 40 miles south of Vegas in Primm. (map) Buffalo Bill's has the number one roller coaster in southern Nevada. It looks scary, and it is. Worth the trip. Don't bother with the casinos, they are not worth your time.
Desperado, Hours of operation: Friday, 12:15 - 7:45 p.m.; Saturday, 12:15 p.m. - 9:45 p.m.; Sunday, 12:15 p.m. - 5:45 p.m. Closed Monday - Thursday. Cost: $10, or included in a wristband, which is $30 for a full day ($22 for a half day). Also available are Little Wrangler passes at $12 for children 48 inches tall and under.
The High Roller
address 3545 Las Vegas Blvd South Las Vegas,NV,89109 This is really something, a must see for anyone visiting Las Vegas. This trumps anything seen here before. The High Roller is a ferris wheel, the largest in the world. It should be open as of this writing. I was over there last week (3-15-14) and the were testing it.
If you're all about sightseeing, book your ride right at sunset or nighttime – the Vegas lights are out of this world. The High Roller is perfect if you're in town for a celebration, especially bachelor or bachelorette parties. This can also be an ideal attraction for wedding proposals or a romantic night out with your loved one. Stick around before or after your High Roller experience – The LINQ offers plenty to see and do, from musical acts at Brooklyn Bowl to amazing drink concoctions at Yard House and BLVD Cocktail. Memorialize your experience – The High Roller features a gift shop at the base of the wheel, including everything from T-shirts, key chains and other fun souvenirs.
High Roller Group Sales (For Groups of 10 or more) Jill Schneider | 702-667-1706, jschneider1@caesars.com. The LINQ Restaurant and Special Event Group Sales Maggie Cupp | 866-733-5827, LVCitywiderestaurantgroupsales@caesarspalace.com.

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