The shining brightly Stanley Cup, National Hockey League championship trophy, took a ride above Vegas on the newest attraction on the Las Vegas Strip, the World’s Highest Observations Wheel, High Roller, at The LINQ Promenade on June 23.
The feet-dangling, adrenaline rush VooDoo Zip Line attraction launched its grand opening event hosted by mixed martial arts announcer Bruce Buffer on Sunday, May 25. VooDoo Zip Line at Rio Las Vegas Hotel & Casino is now open to the general public.
VooDoo Zip Line With MMA Announcer Bruce Buffer
Thrill seekers can Zip Now, Zoom Soon on the world’s most unique zipline – SlotZilla at the Fremont Street Experience. The new iconic attraction, built over the past 14 months at a cost of $12 million, is opening in two phases with the lower Zipline now open and the upper Zoomline opening later this spring.
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World’s Tallest Observation Wheel is officially The Las Vegas High Roller after being recognized by Guinness World Records Adjudicator Michael Empric at a special reception honoring the team who designed and constructed the wheel on Thursday, April 17 in Las Vegas.
To commemorate the 102nd anniversary of Titanic’s sinking, visitors with a moniker resemblance one of the 2,228 passengers or crew will receive free entry to come on board any domestic Titanic: The Artifact Exhibition, April 15, 2014.
Experience The Titanic: The Artifact Exhibition
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The Eiffel Tower Experience at Paris Las Vegas paid tribute to the 125th anniversary of the original Eiffel Tower in Paris, France with an incredible stunt on the Las Vegas Strip on Tuesday, March 25, 2014. The highly-visited Las Vegas attraction kicked off festivities in heart-pumping fashion when two Red Bull base jumpers leaped from the top of the 541-foot tower, landing safely in the Paris Las Vegas front drive next to the replica Arc de Triomphe.