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.
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, El Loco coaster, the SpongeBob SquarePants 4-D Ride, and the Sling Shot freefall tower ride.
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A new, compact coaster will replace the park's splashdown ride and will feature a wild, more-than-90-degree drop. The individual four-passenger cars will navigate tight turns and deliver some harrowing negative and positive g-forces.