Are you ready for the holidays? You have many exciting things to look forward to when you spend the holiday season in Las Vegas. You won’t be disappointed if you come to Las Vegas to enjoy the lights display, the shows, and other fun holiday-themed events. That’s why we’re giving you the top ten things to do for the holidays in Las Vegas so you won’t any of the must-see shows.
In the November update for things to do in Las Vegas, we briefly introduced Enchant. Expect more of the same attractions to continue through to December, taking full advantage of the holiday season. The Ethel M Cactus Garden will be all lit up, so don’t miss that.
15. Mystic Falls Park
Sam’s Town is a casino that draws people year round, but during the holiday season, their Mystic Falls Park becomes a popular attraction. Their Winter Wonderland display is a sight to behold, particularly with the holiday laser show. Enjoy these sights with the classic holiday tunes during its nine-minute show run from 2 to 10 PM starting November 24 until January 1, 2024.
14. Holiday Train Rides in Boulder City
Another can’t miss holiday activity in Las Vegas is the holiday train ride in Boulder City’s Nevada State Railroad Museum. Families can ride the train with Santa during the holidays, which is available after Thanksgiving and lasts through the holiday season. The train departs from the Railroad Pass and makes its way to Boulder City where more themed activities await.
The train ride runs four times during the weekends. The ticket costs $10 per person, and is available on a first-come, first-serve basis. There is an evening attraction called North Pole Express, which is available for $30-$50 for adults and $25-$45 for children.
13. Kaplani Pe’a’s Hawaiian Christmas
Enjoy the festive Hawaiian tunes during the holiday season with Grammy winner, Kaplani Pe’a. She takes center stage at the Water Street Plaza Amphitheater.
12. Lake Las Vegas Chanukah Celebration
On December 10, Lake Las Vegas holds its first-ever Chanukah celebration at The Village. The event takes place from 4-5 PM. It will include a giant menorah lighting, donuts, lots of latkes, music, and dancing dreidels show.