Experience our 30th annual holiday cactus garden lights
The holiday season is upon us and there's no greater Las Vegas tradition than our Cactus Garden Lights.
Open Nightly, 5-10 pm!
Come visit Nevada's largest botanical cactus garden decorated with over a million Christmas lights and Holiday decor!
Our family friendly Holiday Garden is open nightly from 5:00 pm to 10:00 pm from November 3rd until December 31st, 2023. No reservations are required for the Holiday Cactus Garden this year!
You can take pictures with Santa, enjoy our famous hot chocolate, and grab a quick bite from our food truck.
'TIS The Season of Giving
This year, a $2 entrance fee per person is required and will be donated to Help of Southern Nevada and Three Square Food Bank. The entrance fee can be paid with either cash or credit card. Please note that we will not be collecting toys and non-perishable food items this year.
Shopping for Holiday Gifts?
Getting a taste of Ethel M Chocolates' small-batch sweet treats is the perfect way to end a stroll through the holiday garden.
Whether you choose to purchase a custom chocolate box from our retail store or book a tasting experience, you can learn all about how the chocolate is made and sourced, and what delicious flavors each piece has to offer. We elevate every holiday moment with our exceptional chocolate gifts!
Holiday Chocolate Tasting
Reserve your Ethel M Chocolates Tasting Experience today! Choose from our Classic Chocolate Tasting or Limited Edition Holiday Chocolate Tasting—both available with a wine pairing for those over 21. Reservations are limited, and seasonal chocolates are only available while supplies last. Come celebrate the holidays with chocolate. Reserve your seat today!
Where to Park
You may park in any of the Ethel M Chocolates parking lots, at Roseman University Campus (follow red arrows) or across the street at the Smith's parking lot.
Please do not park in the parking lots around the Green Valley Business Park as you will be towed.
DOGS & OTHER PETS ARE NOT ALLOWED IN THE CACTUS GARDEN.
This is for their safety. The cacti are exposed and close to the path. There's a very high risk that animals will come in contact with cacti if they stray from the path at all.
Under The Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), service animals (dogs and miniature horses) are permitted and must be harnessed, leashed, or tethered, unless the individual’s disability prevents using these devices or these devices interfere with the service animal’s safe, effective performance of tasks. In that case, the individual must maintain control of the animal through voice, signal, or other effective controls.