Tripps Travel Network presents traditional Christmas experiences in a non-traditional Vegas way.
While the weather in Las Vegas may not be frightful, it is still quite a delightful place to spend the Christmas holiday. Tripps Travel Network shares that there are several activities and attractions perfect for families and other vacationers who may not want to spend their days and nights in the casinos alone.
The Cosmopolitan turns their fourth-floor, outdoor pool into an ice rink for the holidays. An actual ice-making machine is brought in to produce a surface perfect for ice skating. Starting mid-January and running through just after the New Year, the ice rink is open from daily at $15 for an all-day pass and and $5 for skate rental. Holiday movies are played on Monday-nights, s’mores are available for roasting, and wintry cocktails accompany a view of the Strip.
The Nevada Ballet preserves the tradition of performing The Nutracker at Reynolds Hall in the Smith Center. The full orchestra production is magical, whether it’s the first or the fiftieth time. Early arrival to the show brings an opportunity for photos on the red carpet with The Nutcracker and time for shopping at the Nutcracker Boutique. Tripps Travel Network shares that the show opens on December 10th with performances weekends until December 21st and then daily through Christmas Eve.
Opportunity Village, located on Oakey Blvd between Torrey Pines and Community College drive, is one of the most recognized charitable organizations in the area. Each year, their Magical Forest is a welcomed holiday tradition. From trees decorated with millions of lights to mini golf, a festive carousel to a passenger train, and of course photos with Santa, all the proceeds raised go to local adults with intellectual disabilities.
The Bellagio Fountains are a year-round favorite, and when the accompanying music changes to holiday tunes, it is nothing short of magical. “The Most Wonderful Time of the Year,” “It’s Beginning to Look a Lot Like Christmas,” and “O Holy Night,” are just a few of the wonderfully synchronized shows. Also at the Bellagio, is a beautiful, almost life-sized chocolate Santa is standing by for photos at Jean Philippe Patisserie.
Start a new holiday tradition by celebrating Christmas in Las Vegas this year with Tripps Travel Network. For more information on these holiday attractions, assistance with accommodations, and much more, contact Tripps Travel Network today. You can visit http://www.trippstravelnetwork.net
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