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My husband and I decided to take our kids to their first Vegas show for our som’s 12th birthday. We all had a great time. The food was good. Our server, Hector, was great. He was a very nice and checked up on everyone in...More
Firstly, let me start with the warning.
Unlike everywhere else in Vegas, you cannot bring your drink in with you. We went to the store and bought a few beers to drink during the show. Tall beers. Needless to say, we found ourselves chugging those...More
Went with another couple and had a blast! The show was terrific and the horses well trained and beautiful! Dinner of Cornish game hen, red potatoes, broccoli, tomato soup, biscuit, soft drink & apple pie was all good and hot! But the show was the...More
Personally bringing kids to Las Vegas is like bringing a Stripper to Disneyland but, if you must, thus is a great attraction. This is a fast paced, action show, lots of costumes, beautiful horses that were amazing. Really impressive for kids. Dinner wasn't 5☆ but,...More
We thought this seemed like a cheap way to get dinner and a show in one. I suppose that worked out for us but... the show was the worst one we saw in Vegas. I can’t pinpoint what made it that way- maybe just wasn’t...More
I'm 5'11 and had a left knee that was giving me fits. First there is an elevator from main floor that will help getting down the steps. I realized there were several people in wheelchairs, so there must have been ADA... More
I'm 5'11 and had a left knee that was giving me fits. First there is an elevator from main floor that will help getting down the steps. I realized there were several people in wheelchairs, so there must have been ADA seating. My seats were several rows down. I got luck and I was on an end seat and was able to stretch my leg out. However I couldn't do it while they were serving as it was trip hazard. It ultimately was not a problem