Circus Circus Casino, Las Vegas
2880 S Las Vegas Blvd, Las Vegas, NV 89109, United States


    • by Kobie
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      Circus Circus Casino is located down the north end of the Las Vegas strip. It is instantly recognisable by it’s huge clown shaped sign out the front and it’s circus tent shaped building. My most recent visit to Circus Circus was last year, and I’m sad to say, it was memorable for all the wrong reasons. Once inside, I realised it seemed a lot smaller and a lot more cramped than I remembered it being on previous visits. You could tell it was very old and it

      had an unpleasant musky odour throughout the entire casino. There were many people moving about inside and it was quite crowded at times.

      After walking around for a while and looking in a few of the shops, we decided to check out the Adventuredome. The Adventuredome is Circus Circus’ indoor theme park that includes 25 different attractions and rides. It’s free to enter the Adventuredome which was good, as I didn’t see anything that I wanted to ride. Many of the lines were very long and slow moving and there didn’t seem to be many that were worthwhile riding. The theme park was offering all day ride passes for just $27.95 though, so if those kind of rides did interest you, it could probably be considered a good deal.

      Another attraction the casino offers, is the Carnival Midway floor. This would have to be my favourite part of the entire casino. Midway really sets the atmosphere of a circus, providing a range of different carnival and arcade type of games that are ...


      • Circus Circus Casino, Las Vegas
      fun for the whole family. There is a lot of prizes up for grabs for winners, and even a stage that showcases free circus acts throughout the day. While it’s nothing too spectacular, it does provide a bit of fun and really reminded me of how much I used to love visiting this place as a child.

      As for the rest of the casino, Circus Circus did have quite a large selection of slot machines to play, and there were an adequate amount of gaming tables.

      There seemed to be a lot of people playing, and once again, it was a little too crowded for my liking. There are many other casinos on the strip that provide a just as good, or even better gambling experience.

      If you have kids, they will absolutely love this place and it’s circus-like atmosphere. If you don’t, then you probably won’t enjoy it as much or at all. I think it’s still worth checking out though, just because of the unique consistent circus theme it conveys throughout.


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