Zoom down the legendary Las Vegas Strip in minutes in a safe, comfortable, air-conditioned environment. After being closed for more than a year, the Las Vegas Monorail has resumed its course, sending passengers up and down the Las Vegas Strip on its almost 4-mile track.
With stations connected to several large casinos, passengers can easily access the city’s world-class restaurants, shows, shops, clubs, and spas without worrying about traffic, parking, or having a designated driver. The elevated line
runs adjacent to the Strip at speeds of up to 50 mph, stopping at each station every 4-8 minutes.
Tickets start at $5 for a single ride, but passengers can opt to purchase a 24-hour or multi-day pass. Whether you decide to buy your ticket online or via onsite kiosk, know that your speedy pass down the Strip is much cheaper and more convenient than taking a shared ride or taxi.
The Las Vegas Monorail links MGM Grand Station at the south end to Sahara Las Vegas Station at the north end of the Strip with seven stops located at:
- MGM Grand Station
- Bally’s/Paris Las Vegas
- Flamingo/Caesars Palace
- Harrah’s/The LINQ
- Las Vegas Convention Center
- Westgate Las Vegas
- Sahara Las Vegas Station
If you’re driving a car to the monorail, you might want to start from the northern station at the Sarah Las Vegas Casino Station, where parking is free. Visit HERE for more parking information.
Monorail Hours of Operation
Pedestrians can access the monorail mass transit system 365 days out of the year. Daily hours of operation are listed below.
Monday: 7am – Midnight
Tuesday-Thursday: 7am – 2am
Friday-Sunday: 7am – 3am
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