Although many people refer to it as a ferris wheel, it’s actually what’s known as an observation wheel. Rather than two or three person seats like a ferris wheel, the High Roller has what are called “pods”.
While day and night both offer exceptional views, there’s no doubt that the evening hours are the most popular as you will get to see the lights on the Strip in all their glory!
Tickets for the High Roller run $24 - $34 but you can generally find a discount, but only if you plan ahead. High Roller discount tickets can sometimes be found on Groupon.
The High Roller in Las Vegas takes 30 minutes to make one complete rotation. So you will have plenty of time to take pictures and see all the sights.