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Experience a world of adventure with awe-inspiring animated light sculptures, and discover the charming Village offering ice-skating, live entertainment, interactive games, dining, holiday shopping, Santa & Mrs. Claus, and so much more at Enchant Las Vegas.
Enchant Las Vegas is offering two different experiences this year, so keep reading to learn about the differences and which one we recommend for your family.
Las Vegas Ballpark: 1650 S Pavilion Center Dr, Las Vegas, NV 89135
Parking is free, but limited. There is paid parking as well.
For Las Vegas Ballpark, you’ll turn onto Oval Street to enter their parking lot where there are people directing traffic to park. Once parked, you’ll see people lining up outside the entrance (no major walking necessary).
Las Vegas Ballpark: Nov. 24 – Dec. 31 2023 from 5:30-11:30pm, nightly
Selecting your arrival time helps Enchant plan ahead. They do not admit early arrivals, but once you enter you are welcome to stay and enjoy Enchant until closing time.
Cost (Starting at…)
$34/Adult (Ages 18-64)
$25.50/Child (Ages 3-17, 2 and under are FREE)
$30.60/Senior or Military (Ages 65+ or Military ID)
$30/Night Owl (Valid for last two hours of admission, only)
$18/person | Ice Skating, includes skates
$25/person | VIP Upgrade – fast lane for entry, The Maze, Ice Skating, and Santa
Enchant is definitely an investment for families (depending on the number of people in your family and their ages.
On select Wednesday nights throughout the season you’ll get one FREE child’s ticket when you buy any Adult, Senior, or Military admission ticket.
Enjoy the last 2 hours for a special price – NIGHT OWL!
$95.20 for a Family 4-Pack – includes 2 adult and 2 child tickets
Tips For Your Visit
2023 Theme | Las Vegas Ballpark – Santa’s Magic Timepiece
Santa’s Magic Timepiece is a full sensory adventure – explore far and wide in the search to find the eight missing star fragments that make up Santa’s magic timepiece in order to save Christmas!
Enchant is an immersive experience weaving magic into its every corner, perfect for joyful seasonal celebrations. Adventure through Santa’s Magic Timepiece, a captivating, larger-than-life light maze that is the cornerstone to every Enchant experience.
2022 | Las Vegas Ballpark – The Mischievous Elf
Eddie the Elf and his reindeer friend Sparky were playing in Santa’s Workshop and somehow lost 8 toys! Can you help find the missing presents in time for Santa to deliver them to the boys and girls on Christmas day?
2022 | Resorts World – The Great Search
The Resorts World theme for 2022, was the same theme Las Vegas Ballpark had for 2021.
A great storm blew through Enchant and now all of Santa’s reindeer are missing! Can you help us find them in time to lead Santa’s sleigh and save Christmas?
Highly recommend Las Vegas Ballpark for families as their scavenger hunt is for TOYS versus REINDEER at Resorts World. More interactive for kids and the lights I felt were a little bit more enticing.
If you are wanting to see Santa, get there for the first entry time and head straight to Santa as the lines get LONG and you wait a LONG time. It gets busy as the night goes on.
We had VIP wristbands for both locations which helped a bit.
Nevada Moms Pro Tip: Santa photo at Las Vegas Ballpark is $42 for one printed photo. Includes a QR code for a digital copy.
Bring SEALED Water, Purchase Food & Drink On-Site
You are allowed to bring ONE factory-sealed water bottle per person (unfrozen). Beverages are sold on-site including hot chocolate and select food items.
Nevada Moms Pro Tip: Food options at Las Vegas Ballpark are pretty good, but expensive.
Eat Before or After
Vendors are pricey, so we recommend eating before or after your visit. There are some amazing local restaurants you can support nearby.
Stroller and Wagon Friendly
LVBP is stroller and wagon-friendly.
Dress Warm & Shoe Tip
It can get pretty chilly, so bring a jacket, gloves, a beanie, and even a blanket! Great if you are bringing a stroller you can store your in your stroller or wagon.
If you are going to Resorts World, wear shoes you don’t mind getting dusty and dirty. The entire attraction is on a dirt lot.
Nursing Station and Sensory Room
Enchant Las Vegas locations offer a nursing room and sensory room for mothers and families. We were very impressed with the nursing rooms.
Also, love the sensory room for those that get overstimulated.
While there is a sign that says “see guest services for entry”, just go on in. They don’t have anyone monitoring the rooms and typically guest services has no clue what’s happening, plus they aren’t locked. So known and see if they are in use and then enjoy.
Nevada Moms Pro Tip: The Las Vegas Ballpark location does have a kids zone area where you can meet Mrs. Claus. It is not large and it’s near the entrance, so it is pretty packed, but a good option for littles who are getting antsy!
Kids are FREE on Wednesdays – Not confirmed for 2023
On select Wednesday nights throughout the season, you’ll get one FREE child’s ticket when you buy any Adult, Senior, or Military admission ticket. Highly recommend if you can swing a weekday!
We don’t recommend adding on the $25 VIP Upgrade UNLESS you are going to Las Vegas Ballpark location and want to be in a semi-shorter line for entry to the attraction, Santa (if you go right when they open), and Ice Skating.
Honestly, other than that, I don’t feel it’s worth the money per person. Our VIP line for entry still took forever (there was only one VIP entry lane, whereas General Admission had 3+ entry lanes).
For Santa, they seem to alternate VIP and General (for the most part) and it took us almost 1 hour waiting in line for Santa (with VIP and only 2 VIPs in front of us, the rest General Admission).
The Maze entry, people just go right in, so VIP makes no sense. Ice Skating the lines were not that long and seemed to be moving at a normal rate.
Is Enchant Las Vegas Worth It?
Since we’ve been to both locations, here’s what we have to say about both locations. First off, it’s expensive – especially if you have a large family. Take advantage of their Family 4-pack option, FREE Child’s ticket on Wednesdays or go during their Night Owl entry time.
We took ages 8mths, 2.5 years, and 5 years and both the 2.5 and 5-year-old loved it. The 5-year-old had the most fun searching through the maze and both loved stamping their passports. The 8mth old is free (under 2) and enjoyed the sensory experience with all the lights.
If you are going for a date night, Resorts World might be the option for you. It seemed less busy, but also not as kid-friendly. Way less vendors, much more expensive, and you have to go through a casino to get there.
If you have a family, highly recommend Las Vegas Ballpark. The theme is new and more engaging for children as they search for toys in the maze. It is more affordable, with more concessions and vendors, and a larger ice skating rink, etc.
Lastly, I think the photo opportunities at the Las Vegas Ballpark location were better.
Have you been?
Have you checked out Enchant Las Vegas at either location? Let us know what you think about it in the comments below or over on social media @SouthernNevadaMoms.
Leanna Carson is an expecting mama via IVF and a serial entrepreneur.
Born and raised in Las Vegas, she loves sharing all things family-friendly as well as local spots most don’t even know about! She co-founded Nevada Moms in 2018 and it has become the #1 Family Guide to Nevada experiences, activities, happenings, and more.
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