Can you imagine visiting the Las Vegas Strip, the Grand Canyon in Arizona, Zion and Arches national parks in Utah, and Lake Tahoe in California all in one day? With the new FlyOver Las Vegas theatre, you can do it all in minutes.

FlyOver Las Vegas is an attraction located alongside the Hard Rock Cafe on the Las Vegas Strip that takes guests on an immersive trip to see the best sites across the American West.

Riders sit surrounded by a 52-foot wraparound screen that totally immerse them in the display. Once the ride begins, guests will experience the same sensation as flying thanks flight motion seats that turn, dive, and move in varied ways, as well as special effects like wind, mist, and smell.

Some of the 22 scenes displayed in the new theatre that opened on September 1, include the 2017 total solar eclipse in Oregon’s Cascade Volcanic Arc, huge waves on California’s Lost Coast, as well as the Golden Gate Bridge in San Francisco, and the traditional Bird Dance from the native Hualapai tribe at the Grand Canyon.

The other theatre displays sensational footage of Iceland, including volcanoes, glaciers, the city of Reykjavík, and more.

Tickets for the Las Vegas FlyOver experience start at $24 for children and $34 for adults.

A version of this article was previously published on April 30, 2021, and was updated on September 8, 2021, with more information.