Thanksgiving in Las Vegas isn’t unlike any other holiday for the city. There will be plenty to see and do including enjoy a traditional Thanksgiving meal, see Christmas lights, and even do a little Black Friday shopping. Here’s what to do in Vegas during Thanksgiving 2018:

Eat
Thanksgiving isn’t Thanksgiving without food. This Thanksgiving leave the cooking to the chefs and enjoy a Thanksgiving meal at one of Vegas’ many buffets and restaurants. Here are the top Thanksgiving restaurants in Las Vegas:
Americana
Andiron Steak & Sea
Andre’s Bistro & Bar
Aureole
Bazaar Meat by Jose Andres
Carmine’s
Charlie Palmer Steak
CRUSH eat, drink, love
Delmonico Steakhouse
Eiffel Tower
Lagasse’s Stadium
Rao’s
Ra Ra Irish Pub
Virgil’s Real Barbecue

Falling Asleep at the Bellagio Conservatory
Now through November 24, enjoy the beauties and bounties of fall at the Bellagio Conservatory’s annual fall display - Falling Asleep. Visitors can walk through a gorgeous display that features an arrangement of leaves, pumpkins and squash, cornucopias, and other seasonal plants. This year’s theme is inspired by the mythology of the harvest goddess Ceres. 

Cactus Garden Holiday Lights
Only in Nevada can you see a cactus decked out in Christmas lights. You’ll find this and much more at the Cactus Garden Holiday Lights at Ethel M. Botanical Garden in Henderson. The cactus garden is open nightly and will be decorated through December. Make your stop even sweeter with some treats from Ethel M’s Chocolate Shop.

Magical Forest
For even more holiday spirit this Thanksgiving don’t miss the marvelous Magical Forest at opportunity Village. Jam packed with tons of holiday attractions, like a seasonally-decorated train, an “enchanted carousel,” Rudolph’s Raceway and the magical forest, this is a can’t miss stop Thanksgiving night.

Black Friday Shopping
Vegas is the perfect place to be for some Black Friday shopping. The LINQ Promenade alone will offer specials deals throughout their many shops. Additionally, make sure you catch a ride on the High Roller in between shopping spurts for some rest and relaxation.