Professional comedian as your entertaining tour guide
Amazing dam photo ops at the Hoover Dam Bypass Bridge
Chance to take an exciting walk over the top of the dam
Generator room, observation deck & exhibits inside the dam
Magnificent views of the country's largest manmade lake
About this activity
What's included, what's not
Guided tour of the Hoover Dam
Admission to the Boulder City/Hoover Dam Museum
Lunch & bottled water
Roundtrip transportation to and from select Las Vegas Strip and downtown hotels
What you can expect
Explore the manmade wonders of the Hoover Dam on this fun-filled tour. With a professional comedian leading the way, tour this incredible dam inside and out, and then check out the Boulder City/Hoover Dam Museum dedicated to the men and women who built it.
Hop on a bus from your hotel for a short journey through the desert. On the way, stay riveted by hilarious commentary from your tour guide, also a professional comedian. Before you reach the dam, cruise across the Hoover Dam bypass bridge for a breathtaking view of what you're about to explore. Then, it's on to the dam itself, where your tour begins with a thrilling stroll across the top. Survey the colossal towers, and let your gaze plunge 726 feet down to the majestic Colorado River.
Continue your tour with a walk through the dam's interior tunnels, gaining insight into the building process along the way. In the power plant, view the impressive generators and learn how the power of thousands of tons of water gets converted into electricity.
( The Government is closing the access to the generator room for everyone, between October 2018 mid- February 2019. During this time, we will be extending our exclusive guided tour on Hoover Dam in place of the generator room.)
After learning about the construction of the dam, head to the Boulder City/Hoover Dam Museum to find out more about the incredible efforts of the workers involved. In its absorbing exhibits, artifacts, photographs, and interactive displays paint a vivid picture of this amazing engineering project, as well as life in Boulder City during the 1930s. You're sure to have worked up an appetite during the tour, so stop for a tasty lunch before making the trip back to Vegas.