Tickets for Hoover Dam: Half Day Tour from Las Vegas
Walk on the top of Hoover Dam and even go 500 feet down to the generator!
- Get collected from the strip in Las Vegas and whisked to Hoover Dam in air-conditioned comfort
- Learn about America's most extraordinary feat of engineering from your guide, and walk the top of it and take a ranger-led tour of the turbines and generator room
- All in all you get two hours of time in, on, and around Hoover Dam, a masterpiece of American engineering and ingenuity
Leave the lights of Las Vegas behind and embark on a journey into human ingenuity and natural power! On this Hoover Dam Half Day Tour from Las Vegas you'll drive from the strip with your guide and walk the top of Hoover Dam. Then take a ranger-guided tour of the Generator Room - deep inside the dam's interior!
This incredible beast is 726 feet high, 650 feet thick at the bottom and has been responsible for powering up Nevada, California and Arizona for nearly 80 years! If the Hoover Dam were a person, she'd be a superhero.
Board your ride in Las Vegas and let your guide introduce you to America's most extraordinary feat of human engineering, which contains enough concrete to stretch across the country.
In your 90 minutes at Hoover Dam you'll get to walk the top of it and enjoy a ranger-guided tour of the dam's interior. You can also read about its history and purpose in the Visitor Center.
Looking for the perfect pic of Hoover Dam? No problem, this trip includes a photo op stop at the bypass bridge - with views of the Hoover Dam from 900 feet above the Colorado River itself. Our total time at the Hoover Dam area is just over two hours, which includes the time at the view from the bypass bridge.
- Hotel pickup and drop-off at the Las Vegas Strip
- Roundtrip transportation with a professional driver
- About 90 minutes at the Hoover Dam
- Ranger-guided tour of the Generator Room, with entry to the Visitor Center and access to the Hoover Dam construction movie
- Bottled water
Cancellations are possible up to 24 hours before your visit date.
It took the strength and courage of over 10,000 people to build the Hoover Dam, and over 100 people perished during its construction.