6 Best Ways to Celebrate Thanksgiving 2017 in Las Vegas

Carmine’s Thanksgiving Dinner in Las Vegas

The Entertainment Capital of the World knows how to celebrate holidays and Thanksgiving is no different. Las Vegas is getting guests into the holiday spirit with fall-themed gardens, Black Friday shopping, Thanksgiving dinners and more. Here are the 6 best ways to celebrate Thanksgiving in Las Vegas:  

Celebrate with a Meal
Who said you have to cook on Thanksgiving? Las Vegas is home to award winning restaurants that will be serving up traditional turkey dinners. You can find all-you-can-eat feasts at the buffets, celebrity chef restaurants, gourmet takes on turkey and more. Enjoy Thanksgiving meals at these Las Vegas restaurants: 

BLT Steak
Bacchanal Buffet
Rao’s
Gordon Ramsay Pub & Grill
Old Homestead  Seersucker 
Spago at the Forum Shops
Carmine’s at the Forum Shops 
Trevi at the Forum Shops

See a Las Vegas Show
There is certainly no shortage of things to see and do in Las Vegas. If you’re here for the holiday weekend take advantage of some of the incredible entertainment options like a dazzling Cirque show – including O, The Beatles LOVE, Ka and Michael Jackson ONE – comedy shows for the whole family such as Penn & Teller, Jeff Civillico and Mac King Comedy, or get a taste of the Strip’s sultry side with X Burlesque, Magic Mike Live, Crazy Girls and Thunder from Down Under.

Bellagio Conservatory & Botanical Garden

Experience the colors of fall at the Bellagio Conservatory & Botanical Garden’s fall display, “Proud as a Peacock.” The 14,000-square-foot floral display changes with the season and now through November 25, guests can enjoy a delightful arrangement of leaves, pumpkins and squash, cornucopias and other seasonal plants. 

Black Friday Shopping
If you think of Black Friday when you think of Thanksgiving then you’re in for a treat this November 24. The LINQ Promenade invites you to get a jump on your Christmas shopping at dozens of shops. Whether you’re looking for clothing and shoes or high-end luxury goods, the LINQ can satisfy your shopping needs. In between shopping sprees hit up one of the LINQ’s many restaurants to refuel. You can also unwind with a ride on the High Roller Observation Wheel.

Cactus Garden Holiday Lights
After a filling Thanksgiving meal pack up the crew and head out to Henderson to Ethel M. Botanical Garden for the annual Cactus Garden Holiday Lights. The gorgeous botanical garden is decked out in Christmas lights. The cactus garden is open nightly and will be decorated through December. While you’re there make your stop even sweeter with some treats at Ethel M’s Chocolate Shop. 

Magical Forest
As if Thanksgiving doesn’t put you in the holiday spirit, get even more psyched for the season with a stop at Magical Forest at Opportunity Village. Visitors can enjoy great holiday attractions like a seasonally-decorated train, an enchanted carousel, Rudolph’s Raceway and the magical forest itself. The Magical Forest opens the day after Thanksgiving.

Las Vegas, NV – 11/17/17

By: Jena Pugh

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