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Circus Circus Las Vegas

Circus Circus Las Vegas
Lucky the Clown
Adventuredome
Grand Slam Canyon opened on August 23, 1993. It was renamed Adventuredome on May 1, 1998.
Circus Circus Steak House
THE Steak House opened in 1982.
Circus Cirucs Las Vegas
Circus Sky Shuttle built in 1981. Stopped operating by 2000. First automated transit system in the Las Vegas Valley. The track currently exists.
Circus Circus Manor
Circus Circus Manor.
Circus Cirucs Las Vegas
Circusland RV Park built in 1979.
Circus Circus Las Vegas
The "Lucky the Clown" sign was installed in 1976.
Circus Circus Las Vegas
The carousel was moved from its south location to the north location in 1971. Removed in 1976.
Circus Acts
The circus acts began in 1968.
Circus Circus Las Vegas
Circus Circus Las Vegas
Circus Circus Las Vegas
Circus Circus Las Vegas
Circus Circus Las Vegas

Slots A Fun Casino

Slots A Fun Casino
Slots A Fun Casino
New Circus Circus sign installed by 1993.
Slots A Fun Casino
A new sign is installed in the 1980s.
Slots A Fun Casino
Slots A Fun Casino original sign.

Circus Circus opened on October 18, 1968.

Slots A Fun Casino opened on August 5, 1971.

Casino Tower built in 1972.

West Tower built in 1975.

Circusland RV Park built in 1979.

Slots A Fun Casino became a part of Circus Circus in 1979.

Circus Circus Manor built in 1980.

Skyrise Tower built in 1985.

Theme: Circus.

Architect: Rissman and Rissman Associates, Worth Group.

Circus Circus associated with: Jay Sarno (1989), Stanley Mallin (2019), Jimmy Hoffa, Frank Fertitta, Jr., Tony Spilotro, Burton Cohen (1995), Bill Bennett (1990), Bill Pennington (1991), Diana Bennett (2017), Kirk Kerkorian (1991), J. Terrence Lanni (2000), Mel Wolzinger (2017), Phil Ruffin.

Slots A Fun Casino associated with: Jay Sarno (1989), Stanley Mallin (2019), Bill Bennett (1990), Bill Pennington (1991)

Largest permanent big top in the world.

The land that the Skyrise Tower occupies previously occupied: Savoy Motel.

Located on an All-American Road (2000) and a Nevada Scenic Byway (1995).

Located at 2880 South Las Vegas Boulevard, Winchester, Nevada.

Denotes American Gaming Association Hall of Fame year of induction.