The park's garish pink dome, which sits behind the casino resort's towers, keeps patrons in climate-controlled comfort, even during Vegas' blazing-hot summers. The dome's colored glass casts a strange pink hue throughout the park.
The Adventuredome packs a fair amount of attractions into its 5-acre footprint. The highlight is the Canyon Blaster steel coaster. It will never be mistaken for one of the heart-stopping monsters at parks such as Six Flags Magic Mountain, but for an indoor ride, the coaster performs admirably. It reaches a top speed of 41 mph and features a 66-foot drop, two inverting loops, and a double corkscrew. If you are interested in riding more rails, check out other Las Vegas roller coasters.
Next to the coaster is the Rim Runner splashdown ride. It takes 20 passengers in a boat up near the top of the dome and then releases them down a chute for a big splash finale.
Other attractions include Lazer Tag, a 4-D theater, the Sling Shot freefall tower, Chaos (a whirl-and-hurl ride), bumper cars, and kiddie rides. The Adventuredome is not a full-day experience (plan on spending a couple of hours), but it can be a fun diversion from the casino action.
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Featured AttractionsThe Canyon Blaster steel coaster, the Rim Runner splashdown ride, the SpongeBob SquarePants 4-D Ride, and the Sling Shot freefall tower ride.
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