Circus Circus Las Vegas hotel and casino opens its Midwayland entertainment expansion on May 27, with virtual reality (VR) games, a games arcade, and the hottest crane machines on the Vegas strip.
Las Vegas family entertainment takes another big step forward as the 4,742-square-foot Midwayland gaming center joins Circus Circus’s other family-oriented attractions, including the hotel’s Adventuredome indoor amusement park, Midway’s classic arcade and video games, carnival rides and free world-class circus acts, and the Pool & Splash Zone water playground.
The addition is a welcome boon for families with younger children, adding exciting junior-sized rides and crane machine games, while visitors of all ages can immerse in thrilling virtual reality games such as Beat Saber, the VR rhythm challenge where participants use lightsaber-style swords to slash at square boxes representing pulse-pounding musical beats.
Midwayland is an extention of the hotel’s existing Midway, which offers popular arcade games, state-of-the-art video games, and, of course, the ability to rack up points toward premium prizes. An all-new Midway Playcard cashless system offers touchless payment while keeping track of any Redemption game points.
The Midwayland expansion also adds a variety of food options to the hotel’s dining line-up, which includes award-winning The Steak House, Blue Iguana authentic Mexican restaurant, and the popular Circus Buffet, which will reopen to the public on May 29.
Visitors ages 21 and up can also take advantage of the Las Vegas Strip’s only coin operated slot machines, located in Circus Circus’s Main casino, as well as other gambling options in the hotel’s Main, West, and Slots A Fun casinos.
Cap off a full day of family fun as the sun goes down with Adventuredome’s Neon Nights’ neon inspired rides, games, and attractions. It kicks into high gear every Friday and Saturday evening.
For more information visit CircusCircus.com.