Must See: Top 5 Las Vegas Holiday Guide

Must See: Top 5 Las Vegas Holiday Guide

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By GayTravel.com

There’s no bad time to visit Vegas and the Holidays are no exception. Find out what to do and see in Las Vegas this Holiday season.

#5: The Cosmopolitan Ice Rink

The Cosmopolitan Ice Rink in Las Vegas
The Cosmopolitan Ice Rink

A Winter Wonderland Overlooking the Heart of the Las Vegas Strip

The Cosmopolitan transforms the Boulevard Pool into The Ice Rink, a winter wonderland overlooking the heart of The Strip. High above Las Vegas Boulevard, guests can enjoy the brisk outdoors, fire pits, s‘mores, warm cocktails and skating on real ice with family and friends. The Ice Rink will feature a new experience very rare to the Las Vegas Strip – snow showers. Here, breathtaking views and a playful atmosphere come together to create the most original luxury winter retreat in Las Vegas.

Hours of Operations                          Pricing
November 21 – January 4                       $15 All Day Skating Access, $10 All Day Skating Access for Nevada Residents
Mon-Fri 3:00 PM to Midnight
Sat-Sun 12:00 PM to Midnight

#4: The Bellagio Conservatory & Botanical Gardens

The Bellagio Botanical Gardens

Current Exhibit: Winter Holiday on display through January 3, 2015.

Catch Mr. & Ms. Green Thumb daily in the Conservatory between the hours of 10:30 a.m. – 11:30 a.m. providing tips and answering your questions about the gardens.

Guests can enjoy live musical performances daily from 4:30 p.m. to 6:00 p.m. in the South Garden

Brilliance abounds inside the breathtaking Conservatory & Botanical Gardens. The attention to detail is astounding. The passionate display of nature in all its awe-evoking glory – quite simply, sensational! Let your imagination wander as you assume a leisurely stroll amongst rare natural finds selected distinctively for Bellagio from all over the world.

Admire the essence of every season recreated with exceptionally gorgeous plants, flowers and trees thoughtfully arranged to inspire full splendor. Specially designed lighting spotlights every flower to accentuate its best features. To ensure the Conservatory & Botanical Gardens maintains magnificence 365 days a year, 140 expert horticulturists theatrically arrange gazebos, bridges, ponds, and water features uniquely for each season. Treat yourself to this unrivaled attraction’s ever changing personality for the Holidays, Chinese New Year, spring, summer, and fall!

Open to General Public 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Admission is completely free.

#3 Liaison Nightclub Inside Bally’s

Liaison Nightclub in Las Vegas
Liaison Nightclub

What’s Vegas without some nightlife!? 

Don’t forget, the Holidays are a time for celebration and what better place for gays and lesbians to celebrate in Vegas than Liaison Nightclub, the first gay club on the Las Vegas strip, located inside Bally’s. Being the newest gay nightclub in Vegas is not the only thing going for Liaison; it has quickly become the most popular gay hot spot in the city and has been hosting major celebrities and throwing the hottest parties on the strip.

#2:  The High Roller: The World’s Tallest Observation Wheel

The High Roller: The World's Largest Observation Wheel
The High Roller

Shining bright on the Las Vegas Strip, the 550-foot-tall High Roller is a true standout at The LINQ’s outdoor shopping, dining and entertainment promenade. 

It’s hard to picture what a cabin looks like, since it can hold up to 40 people in one. There are benches on either side of the cabin, with plenty of floor space in between. But we imagine you’ll want to stand against the window and admire the view. Take a fun peek inside the High Roller.

Tickets are $24.95 during the day, $34.95 at night. You can fly solo or rent out an entire cabin for the ultimate bachelor, bachelorette or wedding party. Or, reserve bigger events at the High Roller’s wheelhouse.

#1: Fremont Street

The Fremont Street Experience in Las Vegas
The Fremont Street Experience

Each year, the Fremont Street Experience pulls out all the stops for the holidays, including special Christmas-themed stage shows, a huge Christmas tree, and even a special holiday show on its giant Viva Vision screen.

SlotZilla Las Vegas Zip Line – SlotZilla zip line is the newest attraction in Las Vegas, and whether you fly the lower “Zipline” or upper “Zoomline,” we think it’s one of the best things to do in Las Vegas, period. Depart from the world’s largest slot machine, then fly along zip lines under the dazzling Viva Vision canopy at Fremont Street Experience.

Fremont Street Experience Light Shows – Enjoy jaw-dropping, free light shows on the world’s largest video screen, all amidst the electric atmosphere of the Fremont Street Experience’s pedestrian promenade. The people-watching is free, too!

Million Dollar Photo at Binion’s – Take a free photo with a million dollars cash at one of downtown’s most iconic casinos, Binion’s.

Heart Attack Grill – You won’t believe it unless you see it for yourself. This hospital-themed restaurant at Neonopolis prides itself on irreverent humor and a ridiculously indulgent menu

Shark Tank at Golden Nugget – The Golden Nugget’s $30 million pool is an absolute stunner, not to mention an incredible feat of engineering. The Tank features a 200,000-gallon shark tank visitors can experience at a distance or up-close by riding the pool’s three-story water slide.

Scorpion Shot at Nacho Daddy – We’re not kidding. At Nacho Daddy restaurant, a few steps off Fremont Street on 4th Street, you can order an actual scorpion in your shot of whatever. Why you’d want to do that, we have no idea, but that’s beside the point. It’s Vegas, baby!

This is just a taste of what the Fremont Street Experience has in store for you.

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