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Fall of Atlantis at Caesars Forum Shops

Fall of Atlantis at Caesars Forum Shops

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3570 Las Vegas Blvd S, Las Vegas, NV 89109
(866) 983-4279
https://www.vegas.com/attractions/on-the-strip/caesars-atlantis-fountain/
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A free fountain show that uses animatronic figures retell the myth of the rise and fall of Atlantis.

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Local from Las Vegas, Nevada, USA

While strolling through The Forum Shops, check out this spectacular seven-minute water and fire show set in the kingdom of Atlantis. Watch as life-size sculptures come alive every hour on the hour daily all the way to 11 p.m. during the week and midnight on weekends. After the show, examine the 50,000-gallon aquarium of tropical fish and other ocean life. Be there for feeding time, which takes place twice daily.

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Local from Las Vegas, Nevada, USA

This is fun little show that you can watch while perusing all the items you could have afforded if you hadn't lost your money at the tables. The show goes off every hour on the hour during the day, and while it's a tad corny, it's definitely unique. In case you are wondering where to find it, it's in the middle where the fountains are. The fountains themselves turn into the show. Pretty crazy, especially after you've been sipping on a monster margarita from Fat Tuesdays all morning. Other points of (free!) interest at the Forum Shops are the giant fish tank and the Faberge eggs.

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Cerritos, California, USA

You want some bread to go with that cheese?

I'm immediately reminded of Chuck E. Cheese, The Country Bears etc.

Cheap animatronics with some fire & water thrown in for spectacle, Fall of Atlantis is a free attraction located in the Forum Shops of Caesar's Palace. King Atlas has to decide upon who his replacement should be to the throne, his daughter who has special water effects, or his son who contributes the pyrotechnics. Gods itervene & have some choice words for King Atlas & his offspring. The climax brings about a dragon who lays the smackdown on all the Atlanteans & lays waste to Atlantis
http://www.vegas.com/attractions/on-the-strip/caesars-atlantis-fountain/

I know it's free, but I feel like the Fall of Atlantis cheapens the "baller" atmosphere of Caesar's Forum Shops. I mean, with Versace, Dolce & Gabbana, Louis Vuitton and Ferragamo attracting the rich clientele, you'd think there would be something more worthy of the demographic? To me, the best part of the Fall of Atlantis is the large aquarium, with rays, puffers and other assorted marine creatures. Of course, I grew up on Jacques Cousteau, so I'll always be partial to the sea ;p

Fall of Atlantis shows at the top of the hour, every hour, staring at 11am.

I suppose if you were slurring your speech & crap-faced drunk, this show would be more entertaining. All in all, I say let the tourists watch this lame spectacle of out-dated robotics & head over to something more worthy of your time, like the Bellagio fountains or one of the buffets.

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Schenectady, New York State, USA

The Caesars Forum shops is a great place but a lot of walking but this program is free great enjoyment. Disability Access is provide. The show starts on top of the hour.

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It shows every hour and it's mildly entertaining. Giant animatronics tell the story of the fall of Atlantis with excessive fire and water displays. If you are already in the Forum Shops, it's definitely worth waiting for a show, otherwise don't make a special trip unless you have kids.

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Honolulu, Hawaii

Another statues come to life performance in the Forum Shops, ever hour or couple of hours these statues in front of the Cheesecake Factory come to life and play out the downfall of Atlantis. Worth seeing at least once

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Torrington, Connecticut, USA

This is part of what I was saying in my review of the Forum Shops. This was one of the best parts of my trek through the shops. I love that you can be walking around watching people and looking at expensive stuff when, suddenly you stumble upon a show done by robot statues. It was great, and made the atmosphere positively unforgettable.

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Morton, Illinois

Hokey animatronics, but cool aquarium. Look for the giant manta ray fish swimming around. There are also divers in the tank periodically--including an elf diver.

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Denver, Colorado, USA

Hail King Atlantis. I rarely recommend cocktails in my reviews but Vegas is the exception to the rule. The Fall of Atlantis is great animatronic entertainment before, during, and after a session loaded $2 Jell-O shots and frozen drinks at Fat Tuesdays.
Make sure you mention if its your birthday as it gets you a free extra shot.

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Los Angeles, California, USA

This is pretty cheesy, but still a fun free show. It's a little dated but I enjoy watching it. If you're already at the Forum, stop buy, but by no means go out of your way to watch it - unless you like animatronics from the 90s.

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London, United Kingdom

Another spectacular FREE entertainment in Vegas ! I wondered why crowds were gathering around a display of statues in the Caesars forum shops, so I joined them, not sure what I was going to see when suddenly the statues "came to life" and for about 10-15 minutes I watched an amazing show portraying the fall of Atlantis ....then silence as the statues gently returned to their resting places !

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If you enjoy watching statues come to life, you'll love this attraction. This attraction has been shocking tourists for a while and it's something you should check out, sober or wasted. I don't understand how it makes any sense, but it's fun to watch.

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Idaho Falls, Idaho

The show is well worth going to see but there is nowhere to sit except the floor and about 4 benches for all those visitors. When you can't stand for long periods it is very hurtful.

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Greeley, Colorado

For free you cannot beat it! This is one of those Vegas "shows" that is easy to get to and see when you are broke . Certainly a must do if you want to catch all that Vegas has to offer on the cheap

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Minneapolis, Minnesota

So we're gonna be completely honest here, the Fall of Atlantis is one of the older attractions on the Strip and it definitely shows it's age. However, it's still family friendly and will keep kids entertained while Mom is busy blowing up the credit card at all the shops. Plus it's kinda fun to watch the first time around.

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Fremont, California, USA

This is one of the complimentary shows that plays every hour or so inside the Caesars in the center of the Forum Shops. This show may be entertaining and fun for your first visit to Vegas or for children, but it's nothing spectacular. Don't expect much from it...it's basically a bunch of the fake sculptures just briefly telling Atlantis' story.

The movement of the sculptures and the bright lights though will appeal to children or first-timers! A cool, little show if you're in Caesar's, but don't go out of your way to make this.

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Local from Las Vegas, Nevada, USA

great the first time. after that, just repeats

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Local from Las Vegas, Nevada

FREE show!

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Haddington, UK

Great Fun, very impressive, don't miss it!!

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Kiev, Ukraine

Good free show, don't forget to see Bacchus on the other side too.

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