Las Vegas is a city of celebration and holiday season heats up with fun-filled activities, special events and dinners all around town. From now thru the end of the year holidays in Las Vegas are sizzling with personality and energy.
Here are a few fun things to do between shopping or baking holiday cookies
Drive Through a Racetrack of Holiday Lights
Taking place now thru January 5, at Las Vegas Motor Speedway. The annual glittering display is taking over the Las Vegas Motor Speedway. Drive your car through displays of more than 3 million lights or hitch a ride with a Santa Tram and let someone else get behind the wheel. The lights cover more than two miles and admission starts at $20 per vehicle.
Spend Christmas in the Hamptons
Now thru January 7, at Tivoli Village. The Hamptons restaurant at Tivoli Village is giving itself a wintery makeover with elaborate decor and a seasonal menu that includes prime rib and holiday-themed cocktails. Grab a meal and explore the Tivoli Village outdoor plaza, which will be in full holiday mode. Kids will love Operation Santa’s Village, a pop-up of five themed rooms that include exclusive photo time with Old Saint Nick.
Light the Menorah for Hanukkah
Sunday, December 22 thru Monday, December 23. The eight crazy nights of Hanukkah get underway a little later in December this year. The lighting of the 20-foot tall Grand Menorah at the Fremont Street Experience is at 4 pm on December 22. Downtown Summerlin hosts a Hanukkah celebration from 4 to 7 pm on December 23 with a menorah lighting, entertainment, ice-skating, and hot cocoa.
Rooftop Pool Deck Ice Skating
Now thru January 5, at The Cosmopolitan. The Boulevard Pool rooftop deck mixes Vegas Strip views with the fun of an ice-skating rink. Roast s’mores by the fire pit, browse a special food and drink menu, and snap photos by the colorful 36-foot tree. Stop by on Mondays and Tuesdays for holiday movies on The Cosmopolitan’s giant digital marquee at 6:30 pm. Free admission, all day skating starts at $25 with discounts for hotel guests, locals and the military.
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