Caesars Palace is one of Las Vegas' most iconic spots. At this palatial resort, visitors are welcome to play, dine, and unwind in one of the world's most famous hotels and casinos. But when you've played the tables, what else is there for you to enjoy at Caesars Palace?

In this guide to Caesars Palace, we'll explore three of the casino giant's biggest attractions; the High Roller, the Eiffel Tower, and the Fly Linq. Before long, you'll know why they should be at the top of your itinerary when you visit Las Vegas!

 

Guide to Caesars Palace Attractions - High Roller, Eiffel Tower & Fly LINQ

The High Roller

Want to experience one of the best views of the city? Then you want to ride the High Roller. Reaching 550 feet off of the ground, it's the world's largest observation wheel. If thirty minutes of stunning views sounds like just the ticket, look no further. 

 

How to get High Roller tickets? 

We've got you covered – High Roller tickets are available with the below money-saving options, so you can choose the attraction pass that's right for you:

1. All-Inclusive Pass – All you can do. Includes admission to over 35 attractions.

2. Explorer Pass – Choose as you go. Includes admission of up to 7 attractions.

 

Guide to Caesars Palace Attractions - High Roller, Eiffel Tower & Fly LINQ

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Tips for visiting the High Roller

  • There's no need to book in advance! Present your pass at the High Roller Guest Entrance.
  • Grab a drink at the base before boarding at the wheelhouse.
  • Some say the right side of the cabins offers the best views, so plan accordingly and try and get a spot!
  • Spend some time exploring the LINQ outdoor shopping, dining, and entertainment area.
  • Purchase a souvenir photo from your visit as a keepsake from your Las Vegas adventure.

 

Guide to Caesars Palace Attractions - High Roller, Eiffel Tower & Fly LINQ

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The Eiffel Tower

For more unique views of the city, why not ascend this half-sized recreation of the iconic Parisian monument? Even before you reach the Eiffel Tower, you'll pass through recognizable landmarks like the Louvre and the Arc De Triomphe. 

Then, take a glass elevator straight to the top for one of Vegas' most romantic spots. 

 

How to get Eiffel Tower tickets? 

We've got you covered – Eiffel Tower tickets are available with the below money-saving options, so you can choose the attraction pass that's right for you:

1. All-Inclusive Pass – All you can do. Includes admission to over 35 attractions.

2. Explorer Pass – Choose as you go. Includes admission of up to 7 attractions.

 

Guide to Caesars Palace Attractions - High Roller, Eiffel Tower & Fly LINQ

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Tips for visiting the Eiffel Tower

  • Present your pass at the Eiffel Tower Viewing Deck Box Office at General Admission Ticket Line to receive your entry ticket.

 

Guide to Caesars Palace Attractions - High Roller, Eiffel Tower & Fly LINQ

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Fly LINQ

If you like your heights paired with a sense of adventure, then look no further than Fly LINQ. It's the only zipline in town - literally. Dangling 122 feet in the air, you'll get a very unique view of the strip. Go it alone or ride with up to ten daring others; there's nothing quite like it in Las Vegas. 

Make sure you grab a photo of your endeavor after you're on terra firma. In hindsight, the image of your face captured in abject horror will be rather amusing.

 

How to get Fly LINQ tickets? 

We've got you covered – Fly LINQ tickets are available with the below money-saving options, so you can choose the attraction pass that's right for you:

1. All-Inclusive Pass – All you can do. Includes admission to over 35 attractions.

2. Explorer Pass – Choose as you go. Includes admission of up to 7 attractions.

 

Guide to Caesars Palace Attractions - High Roller, Eiffel Tower & Fly LINQ

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Tips for visiting Fly LINQ

  • To book your time and collect your ticket, please redeem your pass at the Center Strip Box Office. Time slots are subject to availability.
  • Wear comfortable clothing – this is an open-air experience. Guests must be at least 80lbs and not weigh more than 300lbs. Guests must be no taller than 6'8".

 

Caesar's Palace - Directions and Address

Caesars Palace

3570 S Las Vegas Blvd

Las Vegas

NV 89109

 

Closest Stops

Harrah's & The LINQ Monorail Station

Bally's & Paris Monorail Station

 

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