What to do during Christmas in Las Vegas

What to do during Christmas in Las Vegas? Obviously Casino, musical performances and nightclubs aside, all rooms will be open 24 hours a day throughout the holiday season (including restaurants). Well, you can go to the factory.

Vegas Christmas

Vegas Christmas

A factory, even though very particular because it is the Ethel M Chocolate Factory. The chocolate factory that produces the M & Ms. But not so much for the factory itself (or rather, not only for chocolate) as for its garden. In fact for the holidays, its plants, include over 300 different species of cactus and are embellished by more than 500,000 lights as well as sculptures and Christmas ornaments. Until January 1 from 5 pm to 10 pm it’s free of admission.

 Main Stripe

Main Stripe

Venetian Christmas Tree

Venetian Christmas Tree

Then while walking along the Stripe, the great avenue of LV overlooking all the major Resorts and Casinos in the city, plan a stop in front of the Bellagio where the famous star of the Casino, the Bellagio’s Dancing Fountain, has prepared a show ad hoc with lots of choreography and Christmas music. During the week the shows take place every 30 minutes from 3 am to 20:00. Same frequency but reduced hours (from 8 to 20), during weekends and holidays.

The venetian

The venetian

Fireworks

Fireworks

Still on the stripe then there is the Crystals Shopping Center for Christmas which is completely covered and decorated with fresh in season flowers. It is worth visiting even if you do not have the portfolio suitable to shop in one of its stores. Flowers, Christmas decorations and from 5 pm until closing, live music.

Las Vegas photos: Ronnie Renaldi, Aubrey Stoll, Zhe Zhang, Allen Freeman, James Phelps.

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