There are so many shows that are free in Las Vegas. If you have children, it will cost you so much to go to shows that you have to pay for especially when the tickets cost about $65.00.
We stayed at Circus Circus at one time and they have free shows. There are magic shows and tumbling and all nine yards that you can watch at a circus!
Also, at Excalibur Hotel, they also have free shows there at the lobby. Even at Alladin, they have free shows every hour. Just try to find their locations.
At the Caesar's Palace, they have a free show called the Fight of the Atlantis.
At the Mirage Hotel, the volcanic eruption. The show is better to be watched in the evening.
The Treasure Island has the Pirates Show.
Now if that was not enough, Circus Circus has an 5 acre Adventuredome. This theme park is open daily. Please call their hotline for up-to-date hours, 866-456-8894 or 702-794-3939. I will warn you it is not cheap, so if you planning to spend some time on the rides make sure to purchase a pass so you don't pay for each ride separately and it will save you money. Oh, I will tell you the rollercoaster was a blast. It may look tame till you ride it. The Sponge Bob ride my boys enjoyed. They have a log water fall ride, bumper cars and more.
This is a really cool attraction that is free and you can take your children to as well. There are different performances throughout the day of Acrobatic performers. They do all sorts of daring and difficult stunts. This attraction is located in the middle of the casino, on the 2nd floor. I would recommend getting there 15 minutes early to get a good seat. Yes, they do have seats for you. The following performances times are as follows:
7-days a week (11am - 12am) Every half-hour
this hotel offers alot of activities for kids
there r circus shows there (every hour or 2) and it lasts about 20 minutes so its prety nice
there is also a "kids casino" there where they can play all kind of stuff and win stuffed animals (usually u see adults there with those big big bags full of stuff for their kids- lol)
there are also some rides there
Circus Circus Hotel & Casino
After several expansions, Circus Circus now offers 3,744 rooms and suites. Grand Slam Canyon, fully enclosed and completely climate controlled, is one of the most popular attractions in Las Vegas for kids. Designed to resemble a classic desert canyon, hand-painted rocks give way to caverns, pinnacles and steep cliffs, while a stream flows over a 90-foot fall. Adding to the setting are 8 life-size dinosaurs dwelling among two 140-foot peaks. The park's rides appeal to kids of all ages and includes a double-loop, double-corkscrew roller coaster, a wild water flume ride, and a futuristic laser tag area. Other amenities at Circus Circus include a very good steakhouse, a buffet, swimming pools, a wedding chapel and a 284-space RV park.
Yes there is a circus here at the Circus Circus Hotel, trapeze as well, and whats more its free. Shows daily from 11am until midnight.
Besides the shops, restaurants, and of course the casino there is also the Adventuredome which is at the back of the hotel, completely indoors covering 5 acres. Featuring all sorts of rides from white knuckle kind to ones less frightening. Am all day pass costs $22.95 or you can pay per ride.
visit there site at : www.adventuredom.com
Apparently it is said that a previous owner of this hotel must have had a warped sense of humour in that you could throw a ball and if hit the elephants testicles you won a teddy bear! Only in Las Vegas springs to mind.....
Okay you can find almost everything in the super casino today and at Circus-Circus they have a huge enclosed dome filled with an amusement park with all sorts of rides for all the family including a few you see here that are not for weak stomachs or weak hearts. You can also find a graphic artist (in the third picture) who will make an illustration of your name in beautiful calligraphic letters in glowing colors.
If you're at the Circus Circus its worth sticking around and seeing a circus act. The acts are staged on the midway from 11am until midnight at intervals (not sure how long they are). The midway is where all the fairground machines and amusements are so there's something to do in between circus acts should you stay for more than one.
When we went we saw a lady doing ribbon acrobatics from the ceiling. Other acts include acrobats and jugglers. Best of all, its free!
Circus Circus is a family themed resort located at the north end of the Strip. Besides the large casino you can enjoy free circus acts performed every half hour throughout the entire day and all kind of amusements, most of them designed towards family fun. Above the main casino there is a game room dedicated to children (the prizes consist of lots of stuffed animals). This room is where you can see the circus acts. Circus Circus also has an indoor amusement park located in the pink dome behind the main building. Most of the rides are geared towards children. The hotel has reasonably priced rooms, restaurants and buffets.
This is the hotel we stayed at (check the hotel tip for more) Every 1/2 hour there is a circus act - a trapese, magic show, something. Nice midway to win stuffed animals. Adventuredome, but it was always closed by time we got back tothe hotel.
Big kids and little kids will love all the activities at Circus Circus. There is a Big Top Show all day and night, a carnival midway with loads of games, and the Adventuredome - a theme park with all the expected rides. Rides cost $4-6 per ride or you can buy a pass for about $22 (adult - children are less). If you have kids let them burn off their energy on the trampolines or rock-climbing walls.
Circus Circus has it own indoor theme park inside the hotel. The big advantage is that you wont have to wait in a line in the sometimes scorcing heat of Vegas. You can buy an all day all ride pass or just buy a ticket to the ride you like.
Inside the dome you will find the following attractions:
Canyon Blaster (Roller Coaster)
Rim Runner (Water Chute Ride)
Sling Shot (Tower Ride)
Chaos (Spinning & Tilting Ride)
Inverter (360? Counter-Rotation Ride)
Lazer Blast (Laser Tag Adventure)
Canyon Cars (Bumper Cars)
Sand Pirate (Swinging Ship)
Frog Hopper (Jr. Tower Ride)
Miner Mike (Jr. Roller Coaster)
Thunderbirds (Jr. Plane Ride)
Cliffhangers (Soft Play)
B.C. Bus (Bus Ride)
Circus Carousel (Merry-Go-Round)
Drifters (Ferris Wheel)
Road Runner (Mini Himalaya Ride)
Picture taken june 2,2004 at 17:32
Don't let the pink exterior fool you, the Circus Circus Adventure Dome is filled with action and thrills. Housed beneath a five-and-a-half-acre glass encasement, the Adventuredome promises fun for the whole family, young and old.
As soon as you set foot in the Adventure Dome, you will find yourself face to face with the park's newest ride, The Sling Shot, which shoots you up toward the ceiling at 4 Gs and brings you back down at -1 G. The ride is fast and packs a powerful punch.
Another ride you can't help but notice is the Canyon Blaster. Far from traditional, the high-speed roller coaster gives riders a 90-foot-high view of the park and boasts the only double-loop, double-corkscrew track in the United States
Two other rides that will surprise you with a number of twists and turns are the Inverter and Chaos. The Inverter takes you 50 feet off the ground as it flips a full 360 degrees while Chaos spins you upside-down, backward and counterclockwise.
If you find yourself breaking a sweat from some of the more extreme rides, take a moment to cool off on the Rim Runner. Riders are left wondering what's behind every turn as they travel downstream, finally plunging down a 60-foot drop and getting thoroughly drenched.
Adventuredome at Circus Circus.
All sorts of cool things to do, laser tag is my favorite. The roller coaster gives you a great view of The Strip (Albeit pink-hued). Buy an all day pass for $18.95, and have fun on all the rides!
Circus Circus is the one casino designed for the whole family. While parents are busy gambling, their children can stay under the big tent watching the free circus show. If I remember correctly, the show starts at noon then at 20 - 30 minute intervals. Each show is different, and lasts about 5 to 10 minutes.