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6 Ways to Enjoy the Holidays in Las Vegas

The holidays are upon us, and it’s time to have fun and make merry. Here are six unique ideas to enjoy your holidays in Vegas:

1. Enchant

Are you ready to enjoy an enchanted Christmas? Enchant takes over the Ballpark in Summerlin with an exciting Christmas village. The experience brings all the Christmas feels with ice skating, a maze, Christmas markets, holiday treats, and more. Bring the young ones to meet Santa Claus, and this will make their holiday season more memorable. Tickets for this experience start at $20 for adults and $19 for kids. Remember to take lots of pictures of this magnificent winter wonderland that will stay on till January 2.

2. Hidden Cinema Rooftop Garden

Head over to Downtown Las Vegas for a family experience at the Hidden Cinema Rooftop Garden. There are many activities here, including classic Christmas movies and a fun photo booth with a Christmas theme. The snack bar will cater to your cravings, and you can also enjoy beer, wine, or a hot beverage of your liking. 

3. Holiday Parade

Last year, the Holiday parade took a break, and many people missed this unique parade. It’s back, taking place in Summerlin every Friday and Saturday till December 18. Anyone can enjoy or join the parade, which is full of dance and laughter in the snow. Enjoy spectacular performances of music and dance.. 

4. Festival of Lanterns

The lantern exhibits at Cowabunga Bay are exceptional and bring out the true holiday spirit. The festival begins at 4 pm every day. Guests enjoy the lantern displays at their leisure over a casual stroll under the glistening lights. There is a tall, 20 foot Christmas tree for holiday pictures, Santa Claus with his goodies, and lots of candy and holiday treats. Kid’s tickets start at $21.95, while adult tickets start at $25.95.

5. Lincoln County Christmas Express

Switch things up this year and take your family to this ranch that sits about 60 miles away to the north. It is a free festival that will bring joy to the whole activity. Expect train rides in a special train car, free food, many farm animals for the children to enjoy, carriage rides, free hot cocoa, Santa Claus appearances, and more. The experience is worth the drive, and it is a break from the usual Christmas activities in the central city area. 

6. “This is Christmas” Show

For a more relaxed activity, grab tickets for “This is Christmas” Show  that will take place at the Palazzo Theatre. Ten talented performers will grace the stage, backed up by a live band in their Christmas showcase. The show is scheduled for 7 pm over several dates from November 26 December 26. It’s best to secure tickets in advance lest they sell out. The audience for this show will enjoy an impressive and magical showcase with Christmas favorites. 

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