High Roller Observation Wheel at the Linq

High Roller Observation Wheel at the Linq

At 550 feet high, the High Roller boasts of being the world’s tallest Ferris wheel, which opened in 2014 at The Linq, the walkable district between The Quad and Flamingo. It anchors a surprisingly fun little neighborhood—think Disney meets the Fulton Fish Market—including the 78,000-square-foot Brooklyn Bowl, and tons of dining, including perennial kid-favorite Hash House a Go Go, where “twisted farm food” arrives in troughs.

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