High above the casino floor, the acts of the World's Largest Permanent Circus delight patrons by performing death-defying stunts every half-hour between 11 a.m. and midnight.
Acts include jugglers, unicyclists, trapeze artists and acrobats, to name a few. Each lasts about 10 minutes.
The attraction is a popular one, as guests fill the stands a good 15 minutes beforehand; there are only about 60 seats to be had. Don't worry, however, there's room to stand on the other side of the stage, as well as near the fishing game that juts out from the midway.
While walking through the main casino, you'll see signs that point you toward the midway -- you can either walk up the ramp or take the escalators and then circle around to the center stage.
The midway features more than 200 games of skill and chance; it's one of the best in town. In the evening, the rotating "Horse-A-Round" bar featured in the movie "Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas" is a must.