For those of you who, as kids, dreamed of flying like Superman over pedestrians eyeing potential crime beneath you with your cape flapping in the wind, you’re in luck. Well, except for the fighting crime part.
Fremont Street in Downtown Las Vegas has officially opened its SlotZilla zip lining experience in which you can fly nearly 2,000 feet through the air, 10 stories up over hoards of people beneath you.
You’ll be able to saddle in 114 feet in the air with hands and head first so you can really feel like you’re a superhero soaring above the showgirls, tourists and other characters that entertain on Fremont Street.
SlotZilla itself is a 12-story, slot machine looking structure decorated with giant coins, showgirls, palm trees, dice, a martini glass and a pink flamingo to boot. It’s apparently the “world’s largest slot machine” and you’ll be flying underneath the “world’s largest electric sign," which spans 1,500 feet.
A great way to add a new experience under your belt on that infamous trip to Sin City. Tickets can be purchased here and start at $20.