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Observation DeckMost Popular
Admission to Observation Decks only
Unlimited Ride Pass
Admission to the Observation Deck and Unlimited Ride Pass. Good for X Scream, Big Shot and Insanity Only
One (1) SkyJump
Enjoy views of Las Vegas from the Stratosphere Tower Observation Deck, which stands 1,149 feet (350 meters) in the air. You can visit both the indoor and outdoor decks, as well as purchase drinks from the Air Bar (own expense). When booking, you have the option to upgrade to include an Unlimited Ride Pass or the Stratosphere SkyJump.
At the north end of the Las Vegas Strip stands one of the most iconic landmarks in Las Vegas — Stratosphere Tower.
With your ticket, head up to the 1,149-foot Observation Deck, the second-tallest freestanding observation tower in the western hemisphere. Once you have made your way up more than 100 flights in the high-speed elevator, you can check out both the indoor and outdoor decks. The indoor deck features angled windows and air-conditioning while the outdoor deck allows you scan the city through viewfinders or take a walk around the tower. This is where you will get the most unobstructed views of Las Vegas Valley below you.
When you're ready for a cocktail, head to the Air Bar, the highest bar in Las Vegas. (Food and drinks are at your own expense.)
If you're looking for more thrills, upgrade your visit when booking to include the Unlimited Ride Pass, which gives you access to the three rides atop the tower: X-Scream, a 27-foot (8-meter) catapult over the edge of the tower that leaves you dangling weightlessly 109 stories in the air; Insanity, a giant mechanical arm that holds you 900 feet (274 meters) above the Strip and spins you 64 feet (20 meters) over the edge of the tower; and the Big Shot, a 160-foot (49-meter) blast straight up in the air from the top of the tower, providing a G-force experience as you freefall back to the launchpad.
Or, for a truly heart-pumping, adrenaline-charged experience, upgrade to the SkyJump and zoom down to Earth at speeds up to 40 mph (63 kph) from 108 stories above the Strip.