Snow Carnival Holiday Forest will debut in Las Vegas

M Resort Spa Casino in Las Vegas is celebrating the holiday season from Nov. 23, 2022, through Jan. 8, 2023, with Snow Carnival Holiday Forest.

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The one-of-a-kind winter-themed attraction produced by International Special Attractions, Ltd. (ISA) will welcome guests with (what else?) a flurry of snowflakes into an indoor winter wonderland of more than 350 tons of real snow, both falling from above and covering the ground. To keep the magic alive, 50 tons of fresh snow will be added to Snow Carnival Holiday Forest each day.

“Our goal in launching Snow Carnival in Las Vegas is to provide guests with a genuinely immersive, never-been-done winter-themed holiday celebration at one, world-class location,” said ISA CEO and President Haiping Ge. “We are thrilled to partner with M Resort to bring this unique snow-filled experience to the desert of Southern Nevada and showcase the bold creativity and exceptional, detailed quality that our attractions have become known for around the globe.”

Snow Carnival Holiday Forest
Snow Carnival Holiday Forest
Snow Carnival Holiday Forest

This family-friendly holiday attraction will offer seasonal favorites from snowball throwing and snowman building to coasting down the “Mini Matterhorn” snow slide and visiting the Candy Cane forest. Snow Carnival will also offer wintery eats, treats, and drinks.

“We wanted to bring a new and original holiday-themed attraction to this side of the Valley,” said M Resort Vice President and General Manager Hussain Mahrous. “We all love the holidays, and many remember the season covered with real snow. For those who either grew up with winter weather or want the chance to experience it right here in the desert, this is the perfect way to celebrate.”

Snow Carnival will be open daily inside the M Pavilion at M Resort Spa Casinowith select operating hours from Nov. 23, 2022, through Jan. 8, 2023. Tickets are priced at $36.99 for adults (age 12+) and $29.99 for kids (age 3-11). Children 2 and under are free.

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