When it comes to spring and summer, Vegas is a popular destination for pool parties, festivals, and catching your favorite artists. But did you know a Las Vegas winter vacation is just as great? From milder weather to exciting winter events, winter in Vegas gives you the opportunity to explore and enjoy the area in comfort. So what makes a Las Vegas winter so great? Read below for our favorite winter activities in Vegas!
Nothing quite beats Las Vegas winter weather. While the summers are notoriously hot with temperatures easily exceeding 100°F, our winters will treat you with pleasantly mild temperatures. Because of the mild weather, Vegas is the perfect winter escape for those living in cold states. On top of avoiding the cold, the cooler Las Vegas winter temperature makes exploring the area much easier – whether you’re walking around the city or going on a hike.
In the winter, you will enjoy these average temperatures in Las Vegas weather in:
This winter, the Bellagio Conservatory & Botanical Gardens beautifully transform the space into two special displays. At the start of the winter season, a jolly holiday display turns the conservatory into a breathtaking winter wonderland. And coming soon, between January 12 and March 2 a special Chinese New Year display showcases the celebration.
Winter in Vegas typically means smaller crowds. The warm weather brings in spring breakers and summer parties, making the winter a great time to catch your favorite Vegas entertainment. Between shows like Cirque du Soleil, events at the Downtown Las Vegas Events Center, and the Fremont Street Experience, there’s something for everyone.
On the second Sunday of every month, the Downtown Container Park features Second Sunday – an event featuring local artists, vendors, and entertainment. This event is a fun and unique way to get to know Vegas on a whole new level. And while Second Sunday isn’t in session, check out the awesome shops, restaurants, and the Dome for extra fun.
It’s almost impossible to do Vegas without going to the casino. No matter what your skill level, there are plenty of casino games for beginners and experts alike. Try your hand at some gambling and bring your lucky underwear along with your jackets. Who knows, maybe you’ll hit the jackpot and you can move to a tropical getaway where winter doesn’t exist.
As mentioned earlier, cooler weather means less-strenuous outdoor activities. If you are visiting Vegas for more than just the city and want to add some nature in your life, explore some of the many trails, hikes, and parks in the area. Red Rock Canyon, Valley of Fire, Lake Meade, Mount Charleston, and Lee Canyon are all lovely places to see in the cool weather.
Having a great meal or delicious drink is necessary to keep you warm during the winter in Vegas. Our city boasts award-winning restaurants and amazing bars to whet everyone’s appetites and quench thirsts. From happy hour deals and yard drinks to exquisite steak dinners and wine bars, there is something for every palate and situation.
Shopping is something enjoyed year-round, but that doesn’t mean it’s less fun during the winter months! If the desert winter temperatures ever drop too low for you, seek warmth in the many shops of Las Vegas. Outlet malls and shopping centers can be found all around Vegas, fitting any shopping needs you desire. Be on the lookout for post-holiday sales!
If you haven’t heard of the Vegas Golden Knights and their stellar success, it’s time to listen up! Visiting Las Vegas in winter means you’re visiting in prime VGK season. Make sure to catch one of their home games at T-Mobile Arena to see how locals support their team. Attending one of these games is a sports experience you won’t want to miss.
Make your winter vacation one to remember by spending winter in Vegas. You will enjoy beautiful scenery, comfortable temperatures, and exciting experiences that don’t happen in any other season. Start off your Las Vegas winter planning today by booking at the D Hotel, where you’ll be close to the action and have a cozy place to warm up in after a long day of winter activities!