Everyone loves the lights of Sin City, there’s even more to love at Christmas!
Here is a list of the Best Christmas Lights in Las Vegas. We’ve got plenty of FREE lights to see as well as some more extravagant light displays that will cost you to see. There’s something for everyone when it comes to Christmas Lights in Las Vegas.
Residential Light Displays
Silver Cliff Light Show– I’m proud to say I know these lovely people and they do an amazing job with music and lights! In fact, they won the 2020 Spooktacular Home Decorating Contest for Best Use of Technology! It’s a free light show sequenced to music to brighten the community for all ages. The show runs 5pm-9:00pm daily until the new year. Come out with family and friends to see it live, have a nice time and forget about all the troubles in the world while watching the light show. They also have great photo ops with various Disney characters such as Elsa throughout the season.
Twisted Vegas– at 1941 Houston Dr., decorates all year round for all of the holidays. This Christmas holiday season, spectators will be sure to enjoy a lovely display of lights and some fantastic inflatables all paired with holiday tunes. Their 2021 lights are up and running! They’ve been decorating since 1995. Open Thanksgiving until New Year’s Day, from 5pm-9pm. You can check out their Facebook page as well for photos and more details.
Suzanne Elaine Light show– Computerized light show located at 7446 Suzanne Elaine Ct., in the NW Centennial area. This spectacular light show is running until New Years Day. Hours will be daily from 4:45pm-11:30pm.
Light-O-Rama– 3646 Carol Lark Court, Las Vegas, NV 89074
For years, Mark and Lynda Newman have been using their home to create astonishing animated Christmas light displays, referred to as Light-O-Rama. They use more than 12,000 lights and have a virtual Santa in an upstairs window. Tune in to the Christmas music on 101.1 FM that is a wonderful addition to the festivities.
House on Robindale -1420 E. Robindale, Rd., Las Vegas, NV 89123
This home, located in the Las Vegas Valley and owned by hypnotist Marc Savard, has a Christmas light display that is often (ironically) referred to as “hypnotic”. His amazing, flashing light show mixes Top 40 Hits with Christmas favorites, which sets it apart from the others. The light show begins on Thanksgiving Day and continues through New Years Eve, and this year is his 10th anniversary! The lights are activated each day at 6 PM and stay lit until 10 PM. You do not want to miss this incredible display with over 100,000 lights!
*The Christmas House in Boulder City –I haven’t seen any info yet in 2021 for this display, but check back. The award-winning home at 1525 5th Street in Boulder City was the winner of the 2016 The Great Christmas Light Fight on ABC. In 2019, they turned on the lights on Friday, December 6th, and they have more planned this year for this annual tradition than ever before. At 5pm, they will have a stage performance from the ‘Intensive Company’ from Dance Etc.! Then, at 5:30 pm Santa and Mrs. Clause along with Jingle Cat (of course!) will do the countdown and then the lights will come on for the season! Lights will run nightly from 5pm-9pm, weather permitting.
Traditional Christmas Lights around Las Vegas
Glittering Lights at the Las Vegas Motor Speedway– Drive your way through millions of Holiday Lights at the Speedway. Friday, November 11th- Sunday, January 9th. The park opens at dusk. This year, you will see many custom light displays and never-before-seen lights (as well as some of our old favorites). Named as one of the 7 Over-The-Top Holiday Light Displays You Gotta See by Huffington Post. Single car admission for an Anyday ticket is $35 and $25 for Weekday Value tickets. on Weekends, Holidays and December 19-January 1st. They also offer a Fast Pass ticket and a Season Pass option. See all options at the link, and check out these great Groupon options as well.
Ethel M Chocolates–The Garden is now fully booked for the 2021 season. The 28th annual Holiday Cactus Garden features over 1 million holiday lights. This spectacular FREE attraction is lit up nightly starting November 5th– Sunday, January 2nd from 5pm until 10pm. To visit the Factory Store and/or Cactus Garden, you should make a reservation to guarantee entry. They do now require a $5 donation be donated to Three Square Food Bank and HELP of Southern Nevada. Please note that each booking allows entry from 1 up to 6 people. Santa will be there nightly from 5pm to 10:00pm for photos through Dec. 23.
Snow in the Square at Town Square– November 20- December 24th. Santa arrives Saturday, November 20th with the annual tree lighting event from 4pm-7pm. Come to Town Square this holiday season for Snow in the Square, where magical snow flurries will fall, set to your favorite Christmas music. This winter wonderland appears every night at 7pm, with a second show on Friday and Saturdays at 8pm. Center will be closed on Thanksgiving.
Magical Forest at Opportunity Village– The Magical Forest is a winter wonderland with millions of sparkling lights, nightly entertainment, great food and much, much more. Visit this holiday spectacular November 26th-January 2nd. This year, the Magical Forest will celebrate its 30th season of being open to the public. Opens nightly at 5:30pm, but they are closed on Christmas Day. Individual tickets ages 4 and up start at $22 for unlimited rides and attractions. Advance ticket purchase is required to guarantee admission.
Enchant Christmas– Las Vegas Ballpark, November 26- January 2nd. The magical World of Enchant is filled with dazzling displays that feel like they’ve emerged from a childhood Christmas dream. Enjoy their 80ft. Everwhite Tree, glide across the Ice Skating Trail, grab a photo with Santa and sip and savor festive, holiday treats every step of the way. Tickets begin at $20 per person, children under 2 are free. See the link for Star Experience pricing and their Nights of Wonder special events.
Bellagio Conservatory Holiday Display– FREE and open to the public, Bellagio’s Holiday Glamour will run November 20th–January 1st.
*Vegas Festival of Lights – *This event has not yet been updated for 2021. Step into the magical world that is Festival Of Lights. Millions of lights synchronized to your favorite holiday music. Rides, games, and plenty of food options for you to enjoy. Nightly snowfalls, and family photos with Santa. Your visit to Festival Of Lights will be something you and your family will not forget! Partial proceeds benefit Opportunity Village. Beginning November 24th, reservations are required, tickets start at $15 per person, and they also offer family packages and add on Santa Photos. Located at Craig Ranch Park, 628 W. Craig Rd.
Another options for FREE Holiday lights and decor is to walk around on the Strip. The Casinos always trim out their lobbies, etc for Christmas and some of them are spectacular! I recommend the Wynn and Encore properties, City Center area and the Park and T-Mobile arena areas.
Please let me know in the comments, any light displays I may have missed. There are quite a few residential displays around town, so I wasn’t able to list them all.
Please check out a few of our other Holiday posts like our Holiday and Christmas Events in las Vegas, and Where to Get Your Christmas Tree in Las Vegas. You can also find out where to get your Pictures with Santa in Las Vegas as well.
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