Every fifteen minutes from 7:00 p.m. to midnight, the earth shakes and flames shoot into the night sky spewing smoke and fire 100 feet above the waters below, transforming a tranquil waterfall into spectacular streams of molten lava.
The volcano at
The Mirage has been a Las Vegas signature attraction since the resort opened
in 1989, mesmerizing spectators with it thunderous, fiery display.
The volcano, situated on three water-covered acres, is 54 feet high and circulates 119,000 gallons of water per minute.