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Hoover Dam Tours

Explore one of America’s most spectacular feats of engineering on one of our Hoover Dam tours. Combine your Hoover Dam tour with a trip to the Grand Canyon's West Rim, a leisurely cruise down the Colorado River, a relaxing boat tour of Lake Mead, or experience this man-made wonder from the comfort of a luxury helicopter.

Grand Canyon West Rim & Hoover Dam SUV Tour


Mini Hoover Dam Bus & Helicopter Tour


Hoover Dam SUV Tour


Lake Mead Dinner Cruise


Lake Mead Cruise & Hoover Dam Tour


Mini Hoover Dam Tour


Why Visit Hoover Dam?

Reaching more than 700 feet tall and stretching over 1,200 feet across Black Canyon, the Hoover Dam is one of the Southwest's most impressive man-made sights. Snap a pic of the Mike O'Callaghan-Pat Tillman Memorial Bridge, see the imposing concrete walls from two states, and learn about the history of the Dam as you venture deep inside to view the massive generators. Turn to the northeast for stunning vistas of picturesque Lake Mead—the nation's largest reservoiar, covering 248 square miles.

The Hoover Dam is located just a few miles southeast of Las Vegas. Stop for a photo op en route to the Grand Canyon, or hop on a guided Hoover Dam tour. With a number of tour options available, the Hoover Dam is both educational and entertaining, making it the perfect excursion for your family’s Vegas adventure. If you only have a few hours or even a full day, it's easy to find a Hoover Dam tour that fits into your schedule.

The Hoover Dam is a short 30 minute drive from the Las Vegas Strip. Guided bus tours to the Grand Canyon will cross the Hoover Dam Bypass Bridge, and may include photo stops. Aerial Grand Canyon tours soar over the Dam, offering some of the most impressive views of this famous structure.

What You'll See at Hoover Dam

Bypass Bridge

The Mike O'Callaghan-Pat Tillman Memorial Bridge is one of the longest single-span concrete arch bridges.

Feat of Engineering

Built using 6.6 million tons of concrete, the Hoover Dam was the tallest in world when it opened.

Lake Mead

The nation's largest reservoir, covering 248 square miles and featuring a picturesque shoreline.

Winged Figures

Some of the largest bronze structures ever cast in the United States, containing over 4 tons of bronze.

State Line Marker

Stand in two states at once as you cross state lines (and change time zones) between Nevada and Arizona.

Massive Generators

Drop 530 feet into the Dam to view the hydroelectric generators and explore the interior passageways.

Hoover Dam Travel Guides