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Mohegan Sun Casino

 

Mohegan Sun
1 Mohegan Sun Blvd
Uncasville, CT 06382
Locate on Google Maps
Phone: 888-226-7711
Website: MohegnSun.com

 

The Mohegan Sun casino is owned by the Mohegan Tribe of Connecticut. Opened in 1996 as a competing casino agaist the Mashantucket Peqeuot's Foxwood casino, Mohegan boasts some of the finest amenities in the Northeast.

Mohegan Sun Golf Club

 

In addition to the casino, Mohegan Sun is home to the Mohegan Sun Golf Club, an 18 hole course that rated as one of the best casino golf courses USA according to Golf Week Magazine. course.

Hotel and Restaurants

 

Mohegan Sun has two hotel towers, the Sky Tower and The Earth Tower. Both towers offer patrons luxurious rooms at an affordable rate.

Mohegan Sun casino offers numerous dining experiences for both the casual and upscale appetites. REstaurants include:

Please visit Mohegan Sun's dining page for a complete list of restaurants!

Shopping

Mohegan Sun casino offers many shopping stores. A sampling of the stores inclue:

Please visit the Mohegan Sun shopping page for a complete list of stores.

Gaming

Mohegan Sun offers the usual array of slots and table games that cater to all gamblers:

Poker Room

 

Mohegan Sun's has a 42 table poker room located in the Casino of the Wind. The poker room offers games such as Texas Holdem, Omaha, and Seven-card stud.

Mohegan's poker room also hosts daily poker tournaments One feature unique to Mohegan Sun, is that you can use your Momentum Dollars (reward points) toward poker tournament buy-ins.

Mohegan Sun Arena

 

Mohegan Sun Arena is a 10,000 seat state of the art arena that play host to high profile concerts to artists such as Billy Joel, Fleetwood Mac, The Eagles, Taylor Swift, Jennifer Lopez, Jay Z, Keith Urban, Bon Jovi and Kenny Chesney. In addition to concerts, the arena regularly hosts championship boxing, MMA, and WWE. Mohegan Sun Arena is the home to the Professional National Lacrosse League New England Blackwolves as well as the Connecticut Sun of the WNBA.