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10 Memorable Ways to Make Mom’s Day in Las Vegas

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|by Melanie Curtsinger |


It’s Mother’s Day, so treat her to the best Las Vegas has to offer

Las Vegas has something for everyone – from concerts, headlining comedians, show-stopping hotels, casinos, pools and Broadway-style shows, it’s the perfect place for everyone in the family. While Las Vegas may not be at the top of your mind when it comes to celebrating Mother’s Day, here are 10 reasons you should reconsider and some of the best ways for you to spoil your mom this year! (Hint: you can save up to 50% on these deals here at LasVegas.ShowTickets.com!)

Take your mother to see one of the most romantic and beautiful show in Vegas, Le Reve- The Dream (Photo: Le Reve-The Dream)

Take your mother to see one of the most romantic and beautiful show in Vegas, Le Reve- The Dream (Photo: Le Reve-The Dream)

O by Cirque du Soleil
Arguably the most popular show in Sin City, O by Cirque du Soleil takes place in and around a 1.5-million-gallon pool in a spectacular European opera theater. With synchronized swimmers, acrobatic divers and all the artistry you would expect from a true Cirque show, there is certainly a reason why this Las Vegas show has maintained it popularity since its inception in 1998. The international cast of world-class performers creates an aquatic masterpiece inside the Bellagio, and it’s one your mom is certain to love this Mother’s Day!

Eiffel Tower Viewing Deck
This half-scale replica of the iconic Paris landmark still offers one of the best views of Las Vegas, especially at night. Soaring at 46 stories, the viewing deck offers 360-degre views of Sin City and the surrounding area for a vista that is hard to replicate! It may be a million-dollar view, but tickets start at only $16 here!   

Stratosphere Tower and Rides
The tallest structure in Sin City, the Stratosphere Tower stands 1,149 feet tall with an observation deck at 869 feet in the sky. With a view of both Sin City and the Valley, the Stratosphere has indoor and outdoor viewing areas, including the highest bar in Las Vegas, the AirBar. And, if your mom is feeling adventurous, try your hand at one of the thrill rides – Big Shot, Insanity and X-Scream. Tickets start at just $20, but the memories will last a lifetime!  

High Roller
At 550 feet, the High Roller is the world’s largest observation wheel and one of the best places for a scenic view of the Las Vegas Strip. Located at the LINQ Promenade, the High Roller features air-conditioned cabins that can hold dozens of people each, complete with TV screens and two benches for seating. Take your mom on a 30-minute ride of the lifetime with tickets starting at just $20!

Le Rêve
Le Rêve is set on a one million-gallon aqua stage with plush seats no further than 40 feet away, meaning this Las Vegas show offers one of the most intimate theater-in-the-round experiences in the world. The combination of high-flying acrobatics and aquatic artistry makes this one of the most daring shows to hit Vegas since it debuted in 2005. Particularly suited for adult audiences, this is the perfect way to treat your mother on this special day!

Mystère by Cirque du Soleil
Mystère is a delightful blend of gymnastics, acrobatics and a twist on the traditional circus acts. With memorable music, Mystère merges timeless physical feats with an unforgettable production value that has enchanted audiences since it debuted in 1993. Some of the thrilling acts you’ll witness include breathtaking trapeze artistry, the famous Chinese Poles, high-flying trampoline performers and hand-to-hand balancing. And best of all, tickets start at just $64 for this popular show!

Vegas Balloon Rides
Don’t waste a second of time on Mother’s Day spoiling your mom – wake her up and set sail high over the desert mountains with a morning hot air balloon ride! Just before the sun rises, take to the friendly skies for an hour of sailing at 1,000 feet before returning safely to the ground where a traditional champagne toast will await you. You’ll have to search high and low to find a better way to start your Mother’s Day, so why not begin it with Vegas Balloon Rides?

Donny & Marie Osmond
Treat your mother to a magical night of entertainment, music, dance, and comedy with tickets to see Donny & Marie Osmond. Performing at the famed Flamingo Showroom on the Las Vegas Strip, this 90-minute show features the best of the classic duo, who serenade you with hits like “Paper Roses,” “Puppy Love,” “I'm Leaving It (All) Up to You” and “Morning Side of the Mountain.” And with tickets starting at just $42, this is one of the biggest bargains in Sin City this Mother’s Day!

David Copperfield
Be amazed and awed at the wonder of magic and illusion when you take in a performance of David Copperfield at MGM Grand. This master magician will keep you entranced the entire show as he performs eye-popping feat after feat, and his blend of romance and theatrics add an extra layer to an already complex show. This intimate theatre boasts one of the greatest illusionists of all-time, and tickets start at just $62! 

Mandara Spa
Finally, when it comes to Mother’s Day, one of the most popular gifts is most certainly a trip to the spa! And if you happen to be in Las Vegas this holiday, make the most of your visit with a trip to the Mandara Spa. You can save 50 percent on a relaxing 50-minute Swedish massage or a 50-minute deep cleaning facial with active aromatherapy and premium grade essential oils. Pampering and treating your mom this Mother’s Day is just a click away here at LasVegas.ShowTickets.com!

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