The Gamer’s Guide To Arcades On The Las Vegas Strip

Tired of the VR fad and looking for some old-fashioned fun games to play with your kids while on vacation? Or are you a kid at heart wanting to top a high score in Galaga while drinking a margarita? Look no further, here are the top five best arcades on the Las Vegas Strip.

  1. The Midway at Circus Circus

2880 S. Las Vegas Blvd, Las Vegas, NV 89109

Arcade fun at the Midway in Las Vegas

Circus Circus is one of the first places that comes to mind when thinking about kid-friendly activities on the Las Vegas Strip for a reason. The Midway at Circus Circus has many fair-style games where kids and adults alike can pop balloons, toss rings and win fun prizes. Not only that, but they also have free hourly circus acts and 200 classic and current arcade games to choose from. It’s also next door to the world famous Adventuredome, the biggest indoor theme park in the world. 

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Hours


Sunday – Thursday

11AM – 9PM


Friday – Saturday

11AM – 11PM

Circus Circus Las Vegas (from USD $79 )

Circus Circus is a Las Vegas Strip staple that has been providing quality hospitality to locals and guests for over 50 years.

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Address: 2880 S Las Vegas Blvd, Las Vegas, NV 89109
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  1. Big Apple Coaster and Arcade

3790 Las Vegas Blvd. S., Las Vegas, NV 89109

Arcade fun at New York, New York Las Vegas

Speaking of theme parks, the rollercoaster isn’t the only thing at the New York, New York. Located in the same area is the Big Apple Arcade, where visitors can enjoy classic games like skeeball, air hockey and even a newer immersive Halo-themed game while waiting for their turn to ride the rollercoaster. Big fan of pinball machines? This arcade has 10 to choose from. The current rate is $1 per 10 credits, and package deals are available that include food and the famous coaster itself.

Hours


monday – Thursday

10AM – 11PM


Friday – Sunday

10AM – 12AM

New York-New York Las Vegas (from USD $60.00 )

New York-New York is made up of towers designed to look like classic New York City high-rises. There’s no missing this iconic spot.
  1. Fun Dungeon

3850 S Las Vegas Blvd, Las Vegas, NV 89109

Arcades can be great fun in Las Vegas

In the Excalibur, another kid-friendly hotel on the Las Vegas Strip, lies the enormous Fun Dungeon. With an impressive 200 different arcade attractions to choose from, arcade enthusiasts old and new can find something they’ll love to play. The variety is quite impressive, from 15 midway-style games to 60 arcade games that include the world’s largest Pac-Man game, Smash Air Hockey, Mega Stacker and more. 

Hours


monday – tuesday

4PM – 10PM


Wednesday – thursday

4PM – 11PM


Friday – SUNday

12PM – 11PM

Excalibur Las Vegas (from USD $35 )

Excalibur opened in 1990, and this expansive resort covering over 70 acres contains delightful rooms, restaurants, shops and high-quality entertainment for all ages.
  1. HyperX Arena at Luxor

3900 S. Las Vegas Blvd., Las Vegas, NV 89119

image courtesy of MGM

Want to play Minecraft or League of Legends but didn’t bring a computer? Look no further than the Luxor’s HyperX Esports Arena. While not a traditional arcade, HyperX is the perfect place for a gamer and their kid to get their game on. Rentals span from $15 for an hour to $50 for an entire day.

There are also VIP rooms, streaming room and production rentals. Numerous ESport events such League of Legends PVP, Mario Kart racing, and Halo Infinite PvP are held every week for gamers to spectate and participate in.

Esports gaming with Hyper X in Las Vegas

Hours

The Lobby


monday – friday

12PM – 9PM


Saturday

12PM – 10PM


SUNday

12AM – 9PM

The Arena

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monday – thursday

12PM – 9PM


friday – saturday

12PM – Closing

Viewsonic Streamer Room


monday – friday

12PM – 9PM


Saturday

12PM – 10PM


SUNday

12PM – 9PM

Luxor Las Vegas (from USD $79 )

While many of the properties along the Strip follow traditional architecture, Luxor is located inside its legendary black glass pyramid.
  1. Level Up at MGM Grand

3799 S Las Vegas Blvd, Las Vegas, NV 89109

image courtesy of Anthony Mair and MGM

Calling all 21+ kids at heart. Have a scotch while you play air hockey with your pals at Level Up at MGM Grand. This arcade has an assortment of classic and current arcade games and currently offers virtual reality experiences in a 2,000 square foot arena. Players can immerse themselves in a 30-minute VR session for $50, and their selection of VR games include surviving a zombie apocalypse, battling robots in a space station, and solving puzzles in a whimsical fantasy world. 


monday – thursday

12PM – 9PM


friday – saturday

12PM – Closing

MGM Grand Las Vegas (from USD $47 )

If you wish to stay at one of the most massive and most classic Las Vegas resorts, choose the MGM Grand for your next trip.

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