Is a picture with Santa on your or your little one’s checklist this Christmas? Even though there’s no white Christmas in the valley, Santa still seems to love Las Vegas plenty. You and your kids will have ample opportunity to take pictures with him in town. To help you out, we’ve compiled the ultimate list of where you can find Santa Claus in Las Vegas this holiday season.
Ice skate, admire a 60-foot Christmas tree, and visit with Santa all in one place at the Park! While you’re at it, you might as well enjoy hot cocoa and treats like Rice Krispies snowmen and gingerbread cookies. Santa will be there Nov. 18 – Dec. 11, Friday-Sunday, from 4-10 p.m.; and Dec. 12 – 24 daily from 4-10 p.m.
Santa Claus arrives on Nov. 18 and takes up residency in his Winter Wonderland in the Macy’s Promenade through Dec. 24.
Santa will be at Container Park every Saturday from Nov. 26 – Dec. 17, from 1-5 p.m. Breakfast with Santa on the lawn will take place on Dec. 3 from 9 a.m. – 12 p.m. There will also be cookie decorating, hot chocolate making, and your very own ornament to take home with you. See price and details here.
Santa is here now through Dec. 24 from 12-9 p.m. at the lower level Sears court.
Santa will be here for photos Nov 19 – Dec 24. This year, they’re offering same-day reservations and text notifications when it’s time to see Santa. You can also make your appointment and purchase your photo package in advance with the Santa Fast Pass.
Santa is here Nov. 17 – Dec. 24
Operation North Pole is an interactive holiday village and workshop where kids of all ages can experience the joy and magic of the holidays in Mrs. Claus’s kitchen, Elf Land, the reindeer stables, and, of course, on Santa’s lap. The workshop at Operation Noth Pole is an exciting 65-minute hands-on tour experience for the entire family! Daily tours can be purchased in advanced at opnorthpole.com. It’s open Nov 17 – Dec 24, Tuesday through Sunday from 10 a.m. – 6 p.m.
Vegas Christmases are as busy and fun-filled as anywhere else — and maybe more-so, which makes a traditional family meal at the end of the day all the more important! Today we’re featuring the 10 top restaurants for a Christmas dinner with the family. If you think you might like to reserve a table, please do so as soon as possible! Seating is limited and running out fast.
The truth is, you can find a sportsbook in just about every casino on the Strip, but not all are created equal. Many Vegas hotels are theme-based, so it figures that their sportsbooks would follow suit. On top of that, the majority are managed either by independent gaming companies or by the casinos themselves, which means each one is unique. With so many options, it can be hard to make a choice — especially if you’re only visiting for a short period of time — but I have good news for you on that front. All of our sportsbooks are so awesome that you really can’t go wrong no matter which one you choose!
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“Give Thanks for a little and you will find a lot.”
Thanksgiving should be about family, so every year we gather around the dinner table on the fourth Thursday of November and eat as much as we possibly can as a family. You can find the best Thanksgiving dinner in Vegas under $50 here, but if you’re in Vegas for the entire weekend and want a more special way to spend quality time with your family, then here are some great tours and things to do over the long Thanksgiving long weekend.
If you’re a savvy shopper, then you already know that Black Friday is the perfect time of year to buy Christmas gifts — particularly in a shopping capital like Las Vegas. According to the National Retail Federation (NRF), more than 65 percent of shoppers hit Black Friday sales and the average consumer spends over $800 a year on holiday gifts and decor. It isn’t difficult to find a place to do some spending in Las Vegas, but there is a right way to spend. Keep reading for our hottest shopping tips for this Black Friday.
Sure, summertime in Vegas means pool parties and dayclubs, but it also means triple-digit temps and record-breaking heat. Spring is nice, too, but visitor- and allergen-heavy, which leaves my absolute favorite times of year: fall and winter. If you’re a local, then you already know how wonderful Las Vegas is during November and December, but if you’re not… allow me to mount my soap box and make my case.
If you’re in Vegas this weekend, then you’re in luck! If you’re not, then what are you waiting for? Get those behinds right here, right now. There’s nowhere you’d rather be than our terrific city this weekend, trust me.
Are you spending Thanksgiving in Las Vegas? Believe it or not, you’re in the right place for a phenomenal Thanksgiving dinner. Most restaurants and retailers on the Strip remain open on Thanksgiving Day, and their Thanksgiving offerings are far from disappointing. Plus, all of the recommendations you’ll find below are under $50! Talk about thankfulness!