Two of Las Vegas’ most popular tourist attractions have joined forces to provide a combination ticket, which allows visitors to see both The Mob Museum, the National Museum of Organized Crime and Law Enforcement, and the High Roller, the world’s tallest observation wheel at The LINQ Promenade. The ticket comes at a price of $40—a 34 percent savings off standard box office admission fees.
At The Mob Museum, visitors can go on an interactive journey through true stories encompassing the rise of organized crime in America to today’s headlines. Through hundreds of artifacts and immersive, interactive storylines, guests can learn about the dark underbelly of American history. Since its opening in 2012, the museum has received a number of accolades, included accreditation by the American Alliance of Museums—the highest national recognition afforded to U.S. museums. Visit themobmuseum.org for more information.
The LINQ Promenade is an open-air shopping, dining and entertainment district in the middle of the Las Vegas Strip. The promenade has over 30 unique retail, dining and entertainment venues and hosts a variety of special events and more. It is also home to the High Roller, a 550-foot observation wheel. The High Roller has 28 glass-enclosed cabins which provide passengers with an interactive experience including video and music, until they fade out to unveil the panoramic views of Sin City. One full revolution takes 30 minutes, and each cabin accommodates up to 40 people.
Unique in-cabin experiences include the Happy Half Hour for ages 21 and over, which provides an open bar inside the cabin during the 30-minute ride. There is also the new Ethel M Chocolates and Yoga in the Sky, where guests can sample fine chocolates and perform yoga during a special 60-minute session, with six guests per one hour session. Cabins are also available for individual or group experiences. Visit thelinq.com for more information.
The new High Roller/The Mob Museum combination ticket is now available for purchase online and in person at both venues’ box offices.