This indoor theme park behind Circus Circus is a decent diversion for tweens and the younger set. Completely enclosed by a pink-glass dome that mimics a circus big-top tent, it’s filled with family-friendly amusements. Pint-sized carnival rides are just right for tots, while teens go for more thrills, like the double-corkscrew Canyon Blaster coaster, the El Loco coaster boasting 1.5 vertical-G, or the 360-degree Inverter that’ll flip you end over end at dizzying speeds. If you’re with a big group, the laser tag is fun, but otherwise it’s kinda lame. There’s also a miniature golf course, a rock-climbing wall, a bungee-jumping zone, and a Route 66-themed mini bowling alley.
Free clown shows usually take over the main stage every afternoon and on Friday and Saturday nights (all showtimes subject to change without notice). On some October nights, the Adventuredome is transformed into the Fright Dome; check schedules and buy tickets online in advance.