Stratosphere Tower Tickets
Under 15 must be accompanied by a parent or legal guardian.
Want to feel like you're on top of the world -- or at least at the top of Las Vegas? Head high atop the Stratosphere to the expansive observation deck for 360-degree breathtaking views of the Las Vegas skyline.
The Stratosphere Tower is the tallest freestanding observation tower in the United States and one of the most exciting attractions among Las Vegas resorts. After having an elegant dinner at Top of the World restaurant or drinks at the Level 107 Lounge or AirBar, be at the height of Las Vegas with a trip to the Stratosphere Tower observation deck.
In addition to the incredible views and amenities of the Stratosphere Tower, there's a bit of thrill to your trip - the Stratosphere boasts 3 amusement park rides at the top of the observation tower. Rides available are:
1. Big Shot - A insane propulsion ride that takes you to the tip of the Stratosphere's needle! You'll be shot 160 feet into the air at 45 miles per hour and be able to overlook the entirety of the Las Vegas Valley!
2. Insanity - Hang out 900 feet above the ground on a massive mechanical arm over 64 feet from the edge of the observation deck. Insanity The Ride will extend, spin, and tilt your body so that you get the most breathtaking experience possible!
3. X-Scream - Be prepared for the most insane teeter-totter in existence! X-Stream will propel you face-first right over the edge of the Stratosphere! Take a moment while dangling weightlessly over the edge to get the best view of Las Vegas around before you head back up!
HOURS OF OPERATION:
Sunday through Thursday from 10 a.m. to 1 a.m.
Friday and Saturday from 10 a.m. to 2 a.m.
Hours are subject to change without notice and ride operations are subject to weather conditions.
**Sky Fall tickets must be purchased separately and are not included as part of ticket packages.
NOTE ON RIDES: Please note that all rides require passengers to be at least 52" tall. All passengers must be able to be restrained completely by the passenger restraint system and may not be suitable for large or tall passengers. Passengers should not ride if they have previously experienced or are prone to asthma, neck or back injuries, arthritis, claustrophobia, high blood pressure, motion sickness, dizziness, heart conditions, seizures or any medical condition with the potential to be aggravated by the attraction. If you have a physical ability, you must be able to loud and unloud yourself and be properly secured in the ride with the standard restraints. Prosthetics must be well secured or removed, and you must be able to sit upright without assistance.