Adventuredome at Circus Circus is a one-of-a-kind, dome-encompassed theme park. You can ride log rides, the roller coaster, ... More
Adventuredome Theme Park
Adventuredome at Circus Circus is a one-of-a-kind, dome-encompassed theme park. You can ride log rides, the roller coaster, bumper cars and play laser tag. Individual tickets can be purchased for the rides or a one day pass can be purchased that will allow unlimited rides.
It started as a great day, we were going to take our son to spend the day at Circus Circus. Well i had my camera, a Canon Powershot S5 taking pictures of everything. So We go into the entrance on the far left and into the casino, by where the Subway is and we make our way up the stairs to the games and I realize I need to go to the Ladies bathroom.
We make our way back down the stairs and to the bathroom I go. Now it goes downhill from here. I go into the stall and sit my camera down and get distracted to a box of matches left on the floor and forget about my camera. I go out and we make our way to the Adventuredome, go to get my camera and its not with me. I run out panicked and go to the bathroom. My camera is gone with over 1000 pic all from the first four days of our Las Vegas trip. Gone. So if you see my camera please any info will be appreciated .
I went to frightdome last night. In Oct. on weekends adventuredome becomes frightdome.
Frightdome in itself had very good actors in make up. The lighting while trying to be scary came off more like a rock video on a broken TV. There was in places little or no light and the path could not be seen. To say the least I stumbled and hurt my foot. As someone who has worked haunts before I can't stress the importance of stage lighting. It can be done in a way where the path can be lit with ease and still keep the dark unknowing effect. The fog was quite good but I saw many people bang into each other. This is just law suits waiting to happen. The haunted houses themselves take a hour to board. No map was provided and we could not find everything. I understand they want like a maze but outside "Scare zones" where said where they where and I wasted a great deal of the night trying top find simple things like a rest room. They need more food carts being it was almost 45 mins to get food. Some of the guys with chainsaws encourged running in the dark. Once again I see Law suits. I can't stress on the lighting it was crowed and many of the people that worked there had a attitude. They need to work on customer service quite badly. Going in was a nightmare as well do to the line cutters and very rude police who bully the general public. It is not a riot or a jail it is a amusement park. Would I recomend this? NO. If they made the proper changes I say yes.
They need to tweak the theme very badly. It can be done with more lighting and the number of people I saw in there looked like a fire hazard waiting to happen. The elvator was not working right and parking garage was very dangerous and quite old. The casnio itself nextdoor needs to be torn down and rebuilt again. I remember circus circus was something. We locals call it the Ghetto casino.
We got there in the evening, our room had been given away and they did not have our reservation. After some yelling and screaming they upgraded us to a suite which was great but it looked like it was furnished in the 1950's and never updated. Would not stay there again.
What a piece of trash. I believe this is the worst hotel on the strip. Extremely dirty. Packed with screaming kids. We didnt stay there, we toured the hotel and stayed for about 45 minutes and couldnt take it anymore.
Stay far far away unless your idea of a vacation is going to a homeless shelter.
This place was crowded, dirty and seemed to attract tons of unsavory characters. It definately is not somewhere I would take small children. There are plently of other activities in Vegas that you can visit and have a much, much more pleasant experience. Stay away from this place!!!
i like the food and the food was good. i didn't like the maid, she stole my money. i gambled hard for that money, but, it was ok. i really enjoyed the adventuredome. the rides were, eh, the food was,ok, but best of all, was the games!!!!!!!! i spent so much to get the cute adorable little fuzzy doggie. i won him after spending 50 grand. he now sits in his rightfull place, my lap.
We went to Circus Circus for the Adventuredome. It was extremely hot and crowded, and the only reason we stayed an hour was so that my daughter could enjoy a few rides. The carousel was small and did not have the traditional carousel music. The ticket lines were ridiculously long and tickets were way overpriced. There were long lines at the rides too. There were very few benches for the adults to sit down to relax. The Casino also appeared to be overcrowded, as were the passageways and shops. We couldn't wait to get out of there.
We have been to the Circus Circus Adventuredome about 4 times, and have enjoyed it every time. They have a good selection of rides for all ages, and the prices are very fair. My family loves the atmosphere, and there is a variety of things to do. One of our favorites is the Roller Coaster. My kids also love the Water Flume ride. We also have fun playing the arcade games. They actually have pretty good prizes compared to many arcades. It is one of the best places to take your kids in Las Vegas.
We ventured into Circus Circus on July 2nd. What we found is a overpacked, over rated and most of all overrun by wannabe thugs, under dressed little teenage girls and other foul mouthed hooligans. There is a sign that displays "Under 18 must be accompanied by an adult 18+" What we found however, is security guards unwilling to enforce this policy. Im sure if we would have stayed longer we would have been treated to a wonderful showing of gang violence and taught new vulgar words not yet published in the dictionary. If you want your children exposed to the nasty sight of poverty and corrupted teenage minds bring them to Circus Circus, but if you want to just have a nice family vacation without worries I suggest you go elsewhere.
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