Unless you are in Las Vegas or follow the history of the town closely, you may not have realized that Circus Circus just recently celebrated its 50th anniversary last week. Called by some today as a cash cow, the resort is for families on a budget. It is one of the most affordable options for someone staying on the Las Vegas Strip.
Today, one of the big appeals of Circus Circus is the Adventuredome. It’s an indoor amusement park that includes over 20 rides. In the past, this month, the name of the amusement park would be changed in the month of October to Fright Dome. The original name before it was called the Adventuredome was the Grand Slam Canyon.
For people who want to go back to the past on the food side, arguably the biggest food draw of Circus Circus is The Steakhouse. It has been a longstanding steak restaurant on the Vegas Strip for over 30 years.
Five Pop Culture Significant Moments for Circus Circus
One: It was featured in the James Bond movie Diamonds Are Forever
Two: Featured in the movie Honey, I Blew Up the Kid
Three: Featured in the film Austin Powers: International Man of Mystery
Four: In the late 1970s/early 1980s show Vega$, the main character lives in a converted warehouse next to Circus Circus. The character is played by actor Robert Urich.
Five: And famous writer/author Hunter S. Thompson wrote about the place in his 1970s journalist novel Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas.
In honor of Circus Circus’s 50th anniversary, we’re showing you all our chips and cards from Circus Circus you can purchase below:
Folding leg poker table with dealer tray back in stock:
Over the last few months, we’ve gotten numerous inquiries on when our folding leg poker table with dealer tray would be in stock. We have them now back in stock. If you need one, you can buy it clicking the picture below or come to see us in person and pick it up yourself. The price is $369.
Ultimate gift for poker fans: