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SlotZilla Zip Line at Fremont Street Experience

Taking adventure-seekers to new heights in downtown Las Vegas.

SlotZilla is an exciting zip line thrill attraction at Fremont Street Experience. See downtown Las Vegas as you’ve never seen it before. Fly SlotZilla!

What’s SlotZilla?

SlotZilla is a 11-story slot machine-inspired zip line attraction and is one of the best things to do in Las Vegas.

The multi-million-dollar SlotZilla is the world’s largest slot machine and features Las Vegas icons such as over-sized dice, a martini glass, pink flamingo, coins, video reels, a giant arm and two showgirls.

How much is SlotZilla?

SlotZilla offers two ways to fly, the lower “Zipline” and upper “Zoomline.”

It’s $25 for the Zipline, $45 for the Zoomline. (Fri. and Sat. after 5:00 p.m. Primetime Pricing is $49)

Save $5 on either line by flying before 5:00 p.m. Nevada residents, members of the military and seniors (65 and older) get 15% off. Also, when you Zoom, get 25% off a Zip ticket, and vice versa.

Two Ways to Fly

Zipline – $25

The Zipline costs $25 and starts off 77 feet up. Flyers will be in a seated position and land halfway down the Fremont Street Experience pedestrian promenade, between the Four Queens and Fremont casinos.

Zoomline – $45

The Zoomline is $45 (Fri. and Sat. after 5:00 p.m. is Primetime Pricing, $49) and takes off more than 10 stories up (114 feet) and whisks flyers 1,750 feet, all the way down the Fremont Street Experience, to a landing platform at the city’s most historic casino, Golden Gate. The upper Zoomline provides even more thrills by sending flyers prone, or “superhero-style,” for an unprecedented view of the party that never ends at Fremont Street Experience. We guarantee it’s unlike anything you’ve ever done before and are unlikely to ever forget! Flyers travel down the zip lines at up to 40 miles per hour.

Voted Best of Las Vegas

SlotZilla is the best thrill attraction in Las Vegas, but don’t take our word for it. SlotZilla was voted “Best Extreme Adventure,” “Best Amusement Ride” and “Best Family Attraction” in the Las Vegas Review-Journal’s “Best of Las Vegas Awards.”

The 35-foot-tall showgirls (actually 35 feet, 2 11/16 inch) adorning SlotZilla, one on each side, were inspired by two real-life models, the women who dressed as showgirls to accompany former Las Vegas mayor Oscar Goodman to his many public appearances. Their names are Jennifer and Porsha. SlotZilla was built in collaboration with Zip-Flyer, experts in zip line engineering and installation. Check them out. Have a question? See our SlotZilla FAQ.