There are so many great things to do in Las Vegas and the Holidays are no exception. Not only are there casinos, incredible shows to see, AND there are lights and Holiday exhibits EVERYWHERE! Here are three to check out:
Bellagio Conservatory’s 2012 Winter Holiday Exhibit
Breathtaking! The Bellagio Conservatory's ever changing floral displays take on a holiday theme December 2 through January 5. So there is plenty of time to soak in all the beauty. Last year's display featured thousands of lights and ornaments, plenty of flowers and even penguins! It's free to the public and open 24 hours a day, seven days a week. Wouldn't expect anything less from Vegas right?!
The Glittering Lights Show at Las Vegas Motor Speedway
The Glittering Lights show drape the Las Vegas Motor Speedway in more than 2 million LED lights, with displays featuring tributes to Las Vegas icon such as Elvis & Liberace. Visitors drive their way through the 2.5 mile course will be able to sip hot chocolate and munch on popcorn wold on site by the local Boy Scout troops. The Glittering Lights display is open to the public through January 6, 2012. Tickets are $15 per car Monday through Thursday and $20 per car Friday through Sunday. the display is lit every night at 5:30pm through 9pm, Monday through Thursday and 10pm Friday through Sunday.
The Venetian’s Winter in Venice
This holiday season, parts of the Venetian and the Palazzo Hotels in Las Vegas will be turned into winter wonderlands, decked with holiday lights, snowflakes and a 65 foot tree. All the way through January 6th 2013 a nightly holiday parade will march through the two casinos and a 3D light projections will be displayed on the hotel facades. Visitors can sip hot chocolate after skating on the ice rink in the Venetian's Grand Canal or take in Mannheim Steamroller's Christmas show during the group's six week residency. The festivities are free except for the ice skating and the holiday shows.
Let me know, which on is your favorite? ENJOY!