It’s Christmas in Las Vegas

Las Vegas is embracing the spirit of winter and holiday this season. The destination will be a decorative place, spread holiday cheer, and turn into a winter wonderland for visitors who want to celebrate. As the ultimate destination for spending the holiday season, there are a number of holiday lights, outdoor festivals, activities, and more this year for celebrants.

LINQ Promenade debuts Winter PARQ with the lighting of a 35-foot holiday tree decked out with lights and decorations on the Mountain Stage. Winter PARQ presents its new holiday show Lights at The LINQ, which will offer live entertainment at night to celebrate the coolest time of the year. More than 2,000 lights set to music will mislead visitors with countless combinations of changing colors and different intensities to create a uniquely dynamic visual experience. In addition to the fun of the festival, Winter PARQ will snow at night. Visitors can enjoy the festival at night until Dec. 30.

Overlooking the heart of Las Vegas Boulevard, Las Vegas Cosmopolitan’s ice rink welcomes visitors to skate on more than 4,200 square feet of real ice. Visitors can heat or fry a sauna by the fire, enjoy a light snow shower, and enjoy seasonal snacks and drinks with breathtaking views. On Mondays, skaters can watch two representative holiday movies at the resort’s digital marquee.

The world-famous Bellagio Conservatory will change its garden display during the week of Nov. 27, featuring a polar bear family with beautiful flower arrangements and highlighting a 42-foot holiday tree decorated with sparkling lights and decorations while the fairy family playfully decorated it. What’s new this year is a Bellagio-themed train station, where four animated toy soldiers stand guard and there are two 10-foot trains decorated with 1,200 red and white roses. The resort will also be displayed in the lobby and other public places to decorate for the season. 경마

The Wynn Las Vegas horticulture team will also transform the resort into a winter wonderland scene with 33 beautifully decorated holiday trees throughout the resort, thousands of poinsettas in ivory and gold shades, and five distinct fantasy villages displaying seasonal lighting.

Mandarin Oriental Las Vegas will come alive Dec. 19-22 with students from the Las Vegas School of the Arts performing classical-favorite acts in the Sky Lobby. Customers can enjoy a variety of holiday candies and teas at The Tea Lounge’s The Nutcracker Tea from Dec. 1-Jan. 4. Visitors can also take part in a sip with a master sommelier – year-end bubbles, “more than champagne” for the chance to overlook sparkling wine for a unique holiday celebration.

It will be December to keep memories at the Neon Museum, where vast restored Neon signs are gathered.

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