10 Ways to Celebrate Christmas In Las Vegas

10 Ways to Celebrate Christmas In Las Vegas

I don’t think that even a 500-page book can cover why you and your family should spend this Christmas in Las Vegas. It’s more than just the perfect weather, affordable shopping, great hotel room deals, fewer crowds, and lots of fun for both adults and kids.

Let me now give you ten ways to celebrate Christmas in Las Vegas.

#1: Enjoy Chocolate and Roam Around a 3-Acre cactus Garden at Ethel M.

Ethel M is a delectably sweet stop outside Las Vegas. It’s a delightful place that you and your family can enjoy.  The M stands for Mars, as in the Mars family of chocolate and candy. It has chocolate recipes that are now over a century old. Santa also makes regular visits here and your children will have their pictures taken with him.

You will get to roam around the 3-acre cactus garden as well.

Ethel M is not just a chocolate factory. It is also a magical Christmas garden that you and your kids will enjoy this holiday.

#2: Visit the Magical Forest at Opportunity Village

For over three decades now, the Magical Forest at Opportunity Village has been an annual event. Millions of lights adorn everything in the park, including the amusement park rides. There are also snacks and warm drinks at Frostbites. And, of course, there is always a visit from Santa.

You may decide to ride the Forest Express Passenger Train, race down the Avalanche Slide, or make a stop at Cheyenne’s Enchanted Carousel. There are so many things to enjoy here.

#3: Explore Enchant Christmas Village

10 Ways to Celebrate Christmas In Las Vegas

Enchant Christmas Village is the largest Christmas Light Maze in the world. It asks participants to find Santa’s missing reindeer. It gives you a once-in-a-lifetime experience of a wonderland of sights and lights. The reindeer are scattered throughout the park and Santa waits for intrepid adventurers at the end of their journey.

It is the most stunning attraction in the holiday that you have never seen before. It has a great amount of holiday mood and will have you immersed in the Christmas spirit. This year, there are two Enchant locations: one on the Strip and Resorts World and one in Summerlin at the Las Vegas Ballpark.

#4: Marvel at the Bellagio’s Conservatory and Botanical Garden

The Bellagio is famous for its amazingly synchronized fountain display. What is similarly impressive is its Conservatory and Botanical Garden. The glass-ceilinged greenhouse is attractive and done on a grand scale. Professional visual designers and horticulturalists take care of it. You won’t want to miss the Christmas displays here.

#5: Exercise on the Ice Rink at the Cosmopolitan

The Ice Rink at the Cosmopolitan will give you the opportunity to skate in the desert. The Boulevard Pool on one of the highest floors of the hotel is turned into an ice rink. The ice covers over 4,200 square feet of space.

You and your family will enjoy skating here. You can also partake in seasonal drink and food offerings. Skate rentals are available for you.

#6: Partake in the LINQ Hotel Promenade

During the holidays, the LINQ Hotel brings to life a promenade that is home to the 550-foot-tall Ferris wheel. It is known as the High Roller. If you are in Vegas, you will see the beauty of the lights on it. They are synced to holiday music and have half-hour shows from the afternoon until evening.

#7: See Santa in the Shipwreck

10 Ways to Celebrate Christmas In Las Vegas

Sometimes Santa makes surprise visits to the famous shark reef and aquarium at Mandalay Bay. You can take your children there to watch him don scuba gear and jump into the water. They can take pictures with him.

#8: Gaze at the Christmas Tree at the Venetian

If the 40-foot tall Christmas tree at the Bellagio Conservatory is not good enough for you, you can go and marvel at one of the biggest Christmas trees in the world at the Venetian. It is 65 feet tall. It’s truly a spectacle to behold because it has over 50,000 programmable lights and a nightly light show.

#9: Wonder at the Mystic Falls Winter Wonderland

Sam’s Town Hotel has a wooded waterfall area. It is called Mystic Falls Park. You can also watch the Sunset Stampede Laser Light and Water Show. It contains Western iconic music, with dancing water and a laser light show that is state-of-the-art. It’s free and you can watch light show performances every couple of hours between 2 pm and 10 pm daily.

#10: Take a night flight over the Strip

If you want to get a bird’s eye view of Vegas, then you can take a helicopter night flight over the Strip. You will be filled with amazement as you watch the dazzling lights of the most iconic resorts and casinos of Sin City. You will also get a bird’s eye view of the historic Fremont Street.

Come spend your Christmas in Vegas!

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