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Family Activities in Las Vagas, Adventuredome Review

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Attached to the Circus Circus hotel is The Adventuredome. It’s a a huge tent filled with every child’s dream amusement park. The best part is that there is something for all ages. Having a preschooler, middle schooler and a high schooler, it can be challenging to find attractions that they all will enjoy… that was not a problem here. We all stayed together for the first part of our day {you can spend all day here and still not go on every ride, it’s that big} and then we split up for the second half. The older girls went on some of the faster rides and the little one went on the rides for the younger crowd.


We had all day passes and the wait times {if there were any at all} were very minimal so we just hopped on ride after ride.


I think the girls rode on these rides 100 times. This might be a slight exaggeration, but not too big of one. They loved the rides. The little one was getting angry at me for interrupting her fun with pictures. <— kinda makes me love this picture even more!


If you are a roller coaster aficionado this is your place… check this one out!


If you have a Dora The Explorer or Sponge Bob fan in your family you must take them to see the 4-D movies! They are so fun and almost 2 months later my little one is still talking about it. Each of the characters takes you on an adventure and you really feel like you are part of the story. We flew on an airplane, landed in the Arctic and pretty much saved the world all in about 10 minutes. It was awesome!




If your little one is a wee too little to ride alone there are plenty of rides where you can go on with them so everyone has a good time.



There are also lot’s of carnival games to play. Be sure to leave some time in your visit to play a few of your favorites.


We will definitely be adding The Adventuredome to our future trips to Vegas. Having a place like this on the strip is a great addition to all the other fun in Las Vegas.

Tips: Get there early. There is a lot to do. If you have a wide age range of kids consider splitting up. There are lots of places to get food. Around the outer sides, there are traditional popcorn and pretzel type places. In the middle {under the “mountain”} you can find more “meal” like foods. It’s connected to Circus Circus so you can leave and eat in the casino and come back in. We had the All Day Passes and that is definitely the way to go! There were a few activities that are not included in the all-day passes, like the miniature golf, so be prepared to pay extra for that if you want to do it. We passed on the miniature golf because there was so much to do. This is a perfect activity for hot summer days. It’s nice and cool inside.


Heather Reese
the authorHeather Reese
Heather Delaney Reese is the storyteller and photographer behind the lifestyle and family travel blog, It's a Lovely Life®! For the past decade, she has vacationed over 150 days a year with her family. She is a vegan, and loves being by the water, spending time with her children, husband, 2 Shih Tzus and Cat.