Bellagio Conservatory & Botanical Gardens, Las Vegas

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Bellagio Conservatory & Botanical Gardens are redesigned five times a year to reflect seasonal themes: Chinese New Year, spring, summer, fall, and winter. Each seasonal display is dominated by fragrant flowers that celebrate the colors, themes, and blossoming of the season, like red, white, and blue in summer or poinsettias in winter. You'll notice that the flowers and plants are complemented by fountains and sculptures created by commissioned artists. The gardens are adjacent to the hotel's lobby and are open to the public. Add Bellagio Conservatory & Botanical Gardens to your Las Vegas travel itinerary, and discover new vacation ideas by using our Las Vegas attractions planning website.
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  • I've been to Vegas numerous times and I just so happened to be staying at the Bellagio this time. I can't believe I have been missing this stunning attraction all these years. I was there for the...  more »
  • Please stop by and visit, must see! It was amazing and a very well put together event. The hotel itself is amazing, my next stay will be there.  more »
  • A nice free option to walk through and take some photos, very beautifully done. They change with each season and I've only ever been there in the fall.  more »
  • One of the most iconic and beautiful free to dos in Las Vegas. The holiday decorations at Bellagio this year are incredibly well done. From a carriage to a giant tree, to the coca cola polar bears, the conservatory is a winter wonderland that fills kids with wonder and adults with awe. The first hour of parking is free and if this is your only to do here then you can likely take all the pictures you want and have time to spare. The decor is up until January 3rd. Expect large crowds at all hours, but make sure you take in this experience.
  • This was really an amazing experience. We had brunch and were looking for something to do and buy was this perfect. An amazing way to walk off a really great meal. There never seemed to be to many people abs we were able to get some great pics. Definitely something everyone needs to stop and do. Really something everyone needs to do.
  • As a local who has lived in Vegas a decade, I've seen many displays in the Bellagio conservatory. I've noticed a trend over the past couple years of them reusing major set pieces in back to back years, but moving them around the conservatory. It seems as if Bellagio is cutting back on funding, especially now that they've announced that they're dropping their scenes from 5 per year, to 4. Frankly, aside from the fact it's usually so packed you can't get a decent photo unless you come between midnight and 7 AM, I find the overtly eastern religious themes offensive in a casino. Themes in the past have honored the Indian pantheon and the holiday of a Diwali, and the pantheons in Chinese folk religion and Buddhism for all sorts of specifically Asian holidays. (Christmas of course has all of the traditionally Nordic pagan pieces such as Odin (Santa) and the Yule tree, but it's very kitsch.) As someone married into an Asian Buddhist family, save telling me that these aren't religious festivals. They are. Having ding pots filled with smoking incense with placards explaining how they're used in various Asian temples is just in your face. I understand they want to cater to Asian gamblers, but if I wanted to be subjected to religion and religious iconography, I wouldn't be in a casino on the Vegas Strip. There's a zero percent chance you'd ever see a Near Eastern religious theme, such as Christianity, Judaism or Islam, at Bellagio, so it would be great to not have the Far Eastern religious themes as well. Just stick to seasonal or Vegas themed and not pander to religious gamblers. It would be much less distasteful.
  • As always, they did a wonderful job decorating for Christmas. You enter through a coach, pass by huge horses, and enter into a magical world of floral delight. Lots of interesting and unexpected surprises await your visit. Well worth the time. And the first hour of parking is free. Not to be missed
  • I have been coming here for many years. This botanical display changes with every season. DECEMBER 2020's primary scene stealer is the coach drawn by 4 gigantic white horses. The displays are always worth a trip to the Strip. Great place for photos. While at the resort, lots of sightseeing, people watching, good eating and of course gaming. Don't forget the fountains out front.

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