We continue Las Vegas Week here at Theme Park Investigator with our trip report from the Adventuredome Theme Park at Circus Circus Las Vegas. The Adventuredome Theme Park is one of the largest indoor theme parks in America, and boasts 25 rides and attractions. The ‘dome’ part of the name is certainly impressive, and is tinted pink to protect guests from the blinding Nevada sunlight.
The Park is littered with some fairly standard flat rides, like the Bumper cars.
Theming is… interesting.
The dome is pretty impressive.
Who lives in a theatre built under a dome… Spongebob Squarepants!
Canyon Blaster is quite prolific throughout the Park, weaving through a lot of the Park’s rockery.
Sling Shot gives you a great view of the rest of the Park.
One of the Circus clown shows with Inverter in the background.
The 4D Theatre alternates between Spongebob Squarepants 4D and Dora & Diego 4D Adventure.
The remains of Rim Runner, the Park’s old shoot-the-chutes water ride, which is partly standing but not operating (SBNO). The flume is dry now however.
Another 4D attraction based around Happy Feet.
Whilst a fairly standard flat ride, Chaos was a lot of fun!
Batman Laser Challenge is an upcharge laser tag attraction. Looked interesting, but didn’t fancy going in on my own so left it!
Oh dear… this wasn’t the only panel on the dome we saw like this we’re afraid to say.
Another view of Canyon Blaster, with a great view of the dome.
Canyon Blaster certainly packs a punch, and the back row is an intense ride indeed. When we queued the first time however, we were told the back row was closed as a seat cushion was missing. It doesn’t exactly fill you with confidence does it?
Inverter went down for a little while during the day, but maintenance had it back up in no time.
Disk’O was down for the day.
The dome is HUGE, and pretty impressive to look at.
At least there was some theming.
The Park is great for thrill seekers, and whilst it may not be a full day activity, there is certainly enough here to keep a family entertained for a few hours. The Park could use some sprucing up,and whilst we weren’t expecting Disneyland, at least it tried to blend the attractions together with some elements of theming. However, you can’t help but feel the flats are just mashed together, and a more coherent theme throughout would be nice.
The Park was clean, and well staffed with efficient and polite staff members. A good experience in general, but you may feel that one element is missing from this trip report. Read all about our rather interesting experience on El Loco, the Park’s new coaster, here.
Have you been to the Adventuredome Theme Park? What did you think of it? Let us know in the comments!