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Everything You Need to Know About the High Roller Observation Wheel Las Vegas

Dominating the Las Vegas skyline, the High Roller observation wheel stands at an impressive 550 feet, offering unparalleled panoramic views of the glittering cityscape. Not just an iconic symbol, it also holds...

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High Roller Observation Wheel

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The Hettema Group ( Phil Hettema )

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3545 S Las Vegas Blvd, Las Vegas, NV 89109, USA


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From the ground to the top of the tallest cabin, the High Roller in Las Vegas stands at a height of 550 feet, making it the largest observation wheel in North America.

The High Roller debuted in 2014 as the tallest of its kind in the world and held the record for seven years until it was superseded by the Ain Dubai in 2021. The observation wheel is 107 feet taller than the London Eye and is taller than Chicago’s Ferris wheel.

28 rotating glass cabins on the High Roller weigh 44,000 pounds each. The pods can hold 40 passengers per cabin making the total carrying capacity of the observation wheel 1,120 persons.

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Who designed the High Roller in Las Vegas?

The High Roller Las Vegas Observation Wheel is owned and operated by Caesars Entertainment, who hired Arup Engineers to design the structure. This group has a reputation for executing complex and difficult projects. They have completed high-profile projects such as the magnificent Sydney Opera House, the historic Kingsgate Bridge, the London Eye, the Pompidou Centre in Paris, the Öresund Bridge that connects Denmark and Sweden, the Shard in London, and the Singapore Flyer, to name a few.

Architecture & design of the High Roller

High Roller Observation Wheel

The High Roller wheel is supported by a pair of custom-designed spherical roller bearings, each weighing around 19,400 lb. The outside diameter of each bearing is 7.55 feet, the inner bore is 5.25 feet, and the width is 2.07 feet. The outer rim is made up of 28 parts, each 56 feet (17 meters) long. The passenger cabins (or capsules) are located on the outboard rim of the wheel and independently rotated by electric motors to maintain a horizontal cabin floor throughout each entire cycle. There are 28 passenger cabins, each with a capacity of 40 people.

Each 225-square-foot (20.9-square-meter) cabin weighs around 44,000 pounds (20,000 kg), has a diameter of 22 feet (6.7 m), 300 square feet (28 m2) of glass, and eight flat-screen televisions. A 2,000-LED system illuminates the wheel at night, allowing it to display a single solid color, different colored parts, numerous colors rotating around the rim, and bespoke presentations for special occasions and holidays.

The world's second tallest ferris wheel!

High Roller Observation Wheel

When it first opened, the High Roller Observation Wheel was dubbed "The World's Tallest Observation Wheel" by Guinness World Records. It held this title until October 2020, when the 689-foot-tall Ain Dubai Ferris wheel made its debut. Ain Dubai, standing at a remarkable 689 feet (210 meters), officially took the title of the world's tallest observation wheel when it opened in 2021.

Nevertheless, the High Roller is a must-visit experience in Las Vegas, offering stunning views of the strip and its surroundings in a state-of-the-art gondola! Book your tickets to ride the observation wheel on your next visit to Las Vegas!

Frequently asked questions about the High Roller Observation Wheel in Las Vegas

What is the High Roller in Las Vegas?

The High Roller is the second-tallest Ferris wheel in the world. It takes you to a height of 550 feet and offers some of the most spectacular vistas you will ever see.

How tall is the High Roller Observation Wheel?

The High Roller stands at a height of 550 feet (167.6 meters), making it the second tallest observation wheel in the world.

How much are the High Roller Las Vegas tickets?

High Roller Las Vegas ticket prices start at $26.28.

How long does it take for the High Roller to complete one full revolution?

The observation wheel takes approximately 30 minutes to complete one full rotation.

Why is the High Roller in Las Vegas famous?

The High Roller Las Vegas observation wheel is famous due to the panoramic views it offers of the Las Vegas strip. It is also the second-tallest Ferris wheel in the world.

Are the cabins of the High Roller enclosed?

Yes, the High Roller features 28 spacious, glass-enclosed cabins. These cabins are equipped with air conditioning for comfort and provide unobstructed 360-degree views of the surrounding landscape.

When did the High Roller Las Vegas open?

The High Roller Las Vegas opened to the public on 31 March 2014.

Where is the High Roller Observation Wheel located?

The High Roller Las Vegas Observation Wheel is located on the legendary Las Vegas Strip in Paradise, Nevada, United States.

What are the High Roller Observation Wheel timings?

The High Roller Las Vegas Observation Wheel is open from 12 PM to 12 AM.

Is High Roller Observation Wheel wheelchair accessible?

Yes, the High Roller Observation Wheel is wheelchair accessible.

Is photography allowed at High Roller Observation Wheel?

Yes, photography is allowed at the High Roller Observation Wheel.

What other attractions are near High Roller Las Vegas?

Fly LINQ Zipline and the Eiffel Tower Viewing Deck are great options to go to nearby.