Things To Do On The Strip Increases As Sin City Welcomes Back Visitors
The attractions, with enhanced public health protocols, are open Thursday, July 2 through Sunday, July 5. After the 4th of July weekend, the operating hours switch to Fridays through Sundays. The times are 4 p.m.-Midnight.
FLY LINQ at the High Roller ferris wheel features 10 side-by-side zip lines, capable of simultaneously launching all riders. The experience includes an elevator to the top of the 114-foot-tall launch tower above The LINQ Promenade with large views of the Strip, followed by launching off the platform. People can “fly: seated, either forward or backward, as they travel 1,121 feet along the Promenade.
The on-site price is $26.75 and $21.75 on its website.
The Eiffel Tower Viewing Deck at Paris Las Vegas is a 541-foot tower with 360-degree city views. Knowledgeable ambassadors are on hand to point out various Vegas landmarks. Tickets are $17.50 for daytime admission, $21.50 for anytime admission and are available on Ticketmaster.
In addition, the Eiffel Tower at Paris Las Vegas has debuted a new, free light show in honor of the reopening of the resort, which takes place every half hour from dusk to midnight nightly. The show features synchronized and choreographed twinkling and colored lights including approximately 300 color-washing light fixtures and more than 800 white strobe lights on the tower’s exterior.
Among the enhanced health and safety protocols are more frequent cleaning and sanitization. Caesars has also implemented a health screening program for all employees. Team members are required to wear masks, which will be provided by the Company. Guests will also be provided masks and will be required to wear them while inside Caesars properties. Additionally, both attractions are limiting elevator capacity to four people at a time.