And a lot of this is down to the hotels which look even more spectacular at this time of year - if you can believe that’s possible - with fantastic decorations everywhere from giant wreaths to silver Christmas trees.
Good King Wenceslas looked out
On the feast of Stephen.
When the snow lay round about,
Deep and crisp and even...
Well, probably not in Las Vegas in December when you can generally expect lows of 39°F and highs of 57°F. It does sometimes snow in Las Vegas but it doesn’t usually settle. Night times can be quite chilly so your best bet is to pack lots of layers when spending Christmas in Las Vegas or plan to hit the shops once you arrive.
What’s open and what’s not during Christmas in Las Vegas? You might first assume that a lot will be closed on Christmas Day but that’s just not the case. This is a great city to be in for Christmas as there is so much to do on 25th:
Helicopter tours of the Grand Canyon are one of the most memorable things you can do at any time of year. We will never ever forget landing right in the heart of the Canyon.
If you’re going to be spending Christmas in Las Vegas and are looking to make Christmas Day one to remember forever forego the turkey and book a helicopter tour. We’ve had fantastic experiences with Maverick Helicopters who’ve been awarded two of the Travel Channel’s 10 Best Helicopter Thrills.
You could even take a trip to the Grand Canyon on Christmas Day. Both the South and West Rims are breathtaking at this time of year. If you’re planning on taking a trip to the Grand Canyon after Christmas in January for the best experience possible either plump for the West Rim tours or take one of the early morning tours as the South Rim can sometimes get a little foggy.
you were hoping for more of a Good King Wenceslas wintery Christmas experience
head to the Venetian and the Palazzo which have been transformed into a magical
winter wonderland for the Christmas period. As well as sampling festive
treats from eggnog cupcakes to hot chocolates you can don a pair of skates and take to the ice.
For an extra special perspective on Winter in Venice take a trip on the outdoor Gondola Ride. You’ll be taken right through the heart of festivities along the canals and be able to take in the fabulous lights, skaters on the ice rink and all the holiday characters milling around.
Vegas is always teaming with celebrities and if you keep your eyes peeled during Christmas in Las Vegas there’s a good chance you’ll spot one but if you fancy taking it to the next level and say audition for Simon Cowell or marry George Clooney then get over to Madame Tussauds at the Venetian where you can do all these things.
The Fountains of Bellagio shows are iconic and a great thing to watch at any time of year. But at Christmastime some of the shows have a festive theme. Get in to the Christmas spirit with Carol of the Bells, O Holy Night, It's Beginning to Look a Lot Like Christmas, Sleigh Ride, Santa Baby and more.
some major headliners will be taking a break over the Christmas period there
are still plenty of shows that will be taking place as
usual on Christmas day and throughout December. You can watch any of these
shows on 25th December:
Blue Man Group at the Monte Carlo
The Australian BeeGees Show
Divas Las Vegas
Hitzville Motown Revue
Legends in Concert
Manheim Steamroller Christmas - Vegas
MARC SAVARD Comedy Hypnosis
Penn & Teller
Popovich Comedy Pet Theater
Rock of Ages
The Rat Pack is Back
V-The Ultimate Variety Show
VEGAS! THE SHOW
Zarkana by Cirque du Soleil
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