7 Best Holiday Decorations in Las Vegas

Visiting Las Vegas is already a feeling of merry, joy and excitement. If you are living here you’re probably already feeling being on vacation. If you want to intensity your festive spirit, all these dazzling lights, decorated trees, and outdoor ice skating rinks will add to the trick.

1. Winter’s Village at Green Valley Ranch

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Winter’s-Village-at-Green-Valley-Ranch

Green Valley Ranch is located off the strip in Henderson, a suburb of Las Vegas, but it appears to be the ultimate oasis and getaway place. You cannot miss to visit this place with your family and enjoy holiday treats, an ice rink, visits with Santa and much more. You may also find plenty of play and stay hotel packages including bookings at the fire pit.

2. Town Square

Town Square
Town Square

Las Vegas has a town square also! It is, in fact, a shopping center located to the south of the Welcome to Las Vegas sign. Close to the strip so that you can easily access it, it still not that easy to access. This area is packed with shopping and restaurants. It’s fully decorated and appears to be a winter wonderland. You will find Santa and snow everywhere. Even in the desert of Nevada you would see snow and turn your mood on.

3. Mystic Falls Park Winter Wonderland

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Mystic-Falls-Park-Winter-Wonderland

Mystic Falls Park is there for over 20 years depicting incredible holiday décor. You can enjoy here incredible laser light show and snow every night. You will also meet Santa and can also ask just how naughty you’ve been during your stay in Las Vegas. Isn’t it so real? The entry is free at this rustic venue off the strip.

4. Holiday Magic at The Linq

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Holiday-Magic-at-The-Linq

At The Linq you can enjoy so many things. Whether you’re visiting the only zipline on the Las Vegas strip, or you’re want to visit the world’s tallest observation wheel called The High Roller, there’s everything that you wish to see at The Linq. You will be caught into the fervor of festival here as it’s fully decorated in keeping with the Christmas vibe. Also, there are free live performances all week including a vibrant and festive holiday show with snow and lights.

5. Ethel M Holiday CactusGarden Lights

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Ethel-M-Holiday-Cactus-Garden-Lights

You would be surprised to know that there’s a chocolate factory with a cactus farm in Las Vegas! It’s just amazing, as you can take a stroll of the lit-up garden of cactus Christmas lights while sipping on the best hot chocolate here. You can take pictures with Santa, or selfies in the holiday snow globe. You can also enjoy the food as it has food trucks and the chocolate taste room.

6. Magical Forest at Opportunity Village

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In case you are hungry for bright lights, nightly entertainment, classic food and tons of holiday joy, you must visit The Magical Forest at Opportunity Village. Here you will find almost 1 million new lights synchronized to music, where the lights appear to be dancing with the music. You can see them from any place of the park with the illumination experience running every 30 minutes. You get here free parking, pictures with Santa, a train ride, and even mini-golf round.

7. Cosmopolitan Ice Rink

Cosmopolitan-Ice-Rink
Cosmopolitan-Ice-Rink

Above the Las Vegas strip, the Boulevard Pool at the Cosmopolitan is now a winter wonderland. You can skate across 4,200 square feet of real ice, or can just relax and roast S’mores by the fire. You will find the best seasonal foods and drinks here like Egg Nog cocktails. Illuminating lights will make you feel almost magical here, especially when Santa and the Grinch appear to pay a visit.

Synopsis

So, there is no dearth of attractions and foods that can keep you engaged and entertained for days in Las Vegas.   

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