The High Roller: The World’s Tallest Observation Wheel – Shining bright on the Las Vegas Strip, the 550-foot-tall High Roller is a true standout at The LINQ’s outdoor shopping, dining and entertainment promenade.

It’s hard to picture what a cabin looks like, since it can hold up to 40 people in one. There are benches on either side of the cabin, with plenty of floor space in between. But we imagine you’ll want to stand against the window and admire the view. Take a fun peek inside the High Roller.

Ready for 2016 DeafNation World Expo!
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  • We are again going to be there event at DeafNation World Expo Convention Center different other place hotel name Paris Casino in Las Vegas,Nevada!

  • Hi! I’m wondering how long the ride would take? I heard that it takes 1 hour. If that’s true? I hope I could go if I find someone my friend who willing to go with me. My friends went there and they enjoyed it. Another thing to ask you. After this Deaf Nation World Expo in Las Vegas, Are you planning to pick different state for next Deaf Nation World Expo? thanks!

  • High Roller cabins should provide closed captions on all tv screens because my hearing relatives were with me on high roller, they told me they hear speaker more than what pictures provide… I hope there will be closed captions by the time we have world deaf expo next year…

    Ron

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