What happens in Vegas doesn't always stay in Vegas. It's time to pack your bags and go on an epic road trip adventure to the Silver state. There's this super awesome shark tank water slide in Vegas that has your name all over it!
This awesome water slide is apart of the Golden Nugget Hotel and Casino in Las Vegas, Nevada. It's three stories tall and spans 30-feet long. This one-of-a-kind waterslide will take you through an aquarium filled with 200,000 gallons of water. Inside you'll see many sharks and fish alike.
When you slide down the clear waterslide it'll feel like you're actually swimming with the sharks. If you're not staying at the hotel you can still have access to the pool and waterslide. It's $25 per person Monday through Thursday and $40 per person Friday through Sunday.
Narcity has reached out to the Golden Nugget and has confirmed that the waterslide is open. It's best to call in advance to see if the pool and waterslide are open for the season, so plan accordingly.
If you'd rather soak up the sun you can relax at one of the pools 17 private cabanas or people-watch at the H2O Bar. Whether you're a fan of the water on not there's relaxing fun for you and your friends.
It's okay if you can't try out the pool and waterslide. You can still take a Shark Tank tour of the aquarium and learn about the different species. Have you ever seen a shark feed up close? For $50 a person you can do just that.
Shark tank tours are available on Wednesdays and Sundays starting at 1:30 p.m. When you're done with your shark adventure, you and your friends can explore the hotel or walk down the Las Vegas Strip. There's even this brunch spot serving up Nevada's largest mimosas.
Golden Nugget Water Slide
Price: For non-hotel guests entrance into the pool and water slide cost $25 per person Monday through Thursday and $40 per person Friday-Sunday
Location: 129 Fremont Street, Las Vegas, NV 89101
Why you should go: This 30-foot water slide will take you and your friends through a shark-tank filled aquarium. It's both terrifying and thrilling.
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