This mammoth skyscraper will show you Sin City like you've never seen it – unless you won big and happened to fly in on your private helicopter. Feel the desert breeze on the outdoor observation decks, or just watch the flickering lights, cabs, and casinos from inside. The sky-high rides include Big Shot, a catapult ride that fires you 160 feet in...
- * Access to the observation deck at the The Tower at the STRAT Observation Deck
- * Choice of 1 or 2 rides on the following attractions: Big Shot! and X-Scream (depending on the selected ticket option)
- * The Skyjump (available onsite for an additional fee)
- * Food & drinks
- Check the requirements before booking your The Tower at the STRAT Experience + Unlimited Thrill Rides ticket. Thrill rides requirements: * You must be at least 48" (122cm) tall to ride the Big Shot * Anyone 15 or younger must be accompanied by a parent or legal guardian * This is a high-speed ride experience with high vertical g-forces at an elevated height. This ride isn't recommended for guests with physical, mental, and/or medical limitations * All loose objects must be removed from your pockets and placed in the provided storage bins * You must remain seated at all times Reduced tickets available onsite for residents of Nevada or guests of The STRAT Hotel, Casino & The Tower at the STRAT Show your The Tower at the STRAT smartphone ticket at the check-in desk upon arrival. * All guests are subject to a metal detection search. Please inform Security if you have a pacemaker or any other metal medical devices * All bags are subject to search
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