Probably the most child friendly hotel in Las Vegas is the Circus Circus hotel with its very own theme park, the adventuredome.
The adventuredome is also open to public not staying at the hotel and there is free parking.
The theme park is surprisingly large considering it is in a hotel but then in Las Vegas hotels anything is possible! There are 25 rides and attractions with something for all ages.
It is free to get into the adventuredome. As we entered we had to have our picture taken against a green screen and then we were shown pictures of us with various backgrounds. We weren’t pressured to buy them but we had the option.
Wristbands seem to be the best value at £32.95 for a regular pass and £18:95 for a junior pass. You can also pay for individual rides.
Kids under 33 inches ride 3 of the smaller rides for free if accompanied by a paying companion 48 inches or over.
There are arcade areas, including one where you pay an entry price then get unlimited goes on the games.
Amongst other non ride attractions there is a Batman Lazer challenge, climbing and even mini golf.
You will find everything here from gift shops, face painting and sweets to having a model made of your head!
If you are visiting Vegas with kids then I would budget to visit here at least once during your stay. The best part is if you don’t ride you don’t pay!
Taking a child with an ASD to the adventuredome at circus circus?
Morning is the best time to visit as it is least busy. The queues are not long at this time.
Getting through the hotel to the adventuredome could prove problematic as the hotel is very busy with large casinos, shops and people everywhere.
For more information on the Adventuredome you can email: AdomeEvents@circuscircus.com.