Bellagio Conservatory & Botanical Gardens, Las Vegas

4.6
#2 of 33 in Parks in Las Vegas
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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  • The flowers were beautiful and landscaping pretty. Surprised how small it was considering the size of the hotel  more »
  • We love visiting the gardens a couple times a year especially in the winter when our Michigan weather doesn't allow for all the beautiful flowers to bloom!  more »
  • The Bellagio hotel is stunning and put great effort in their conservatory and Botanical garden. This year theme is the year of the dog, make sure you watch for the dog in the center wagging his tail. ...  more »
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  • I loved this place! We were up freakishly early and as a tourist on the strip we thought we didn't have much to do. We saw that the garden was free and open 24/7 so we went on a whim. Best decision! Was beautiful and totally relaxing. A nice way to take a break from the chaos on the strip. They were actively updating/making new arrangements which was fun to watch. There were two huge cages of exotic community birds, and lots of signs explaining why they chose the plant they chose, what the cultural reference was, etc. It was a short and sweet little detour that I recommend to anyone in the area.
  • So... Looking this place up, I saw some really impressive photos... Unfortunately, the Conservatory at the Bellagio is no longer as big as it used to be; the real estate the the garden took up has now been replaced with restaurants and shops... There are still some impressive botanical art but it gets too crowded. Oh! And it smells phenomenal in there.
  • This was a unexpected but very cool thing to come across. You could say it was a living display set up to honor the year of the dog. All the plants were actually real. Being in there was very relaxing compared to the rest of the hotel and casino. This is something that is defiantly worth going and seeing if your in the area of the Bellagio.
  • Spectacular. My favorite thing to do on the strip and a must see for friends who are visiting. A friend and I go 6-7 times a year to see the amazing displays, which change throughout the year. The floral designs are imaginative, mostly made of fresh flowers or plants, and well maintained. It's fun for children and adults. Lots of photo opportunities. Watch the schedule on their website since there are dark weeks when displays change. We are able to get in and out in about an hour, so we enjoy free parking. If you stay for dinner or other entertainment, you will have to pay for parking or have your ticket validated. The conservatory is perhaps 1000 feet from the parking garage entrance. Very easy in and out without going through casino congestion.
  • Great place! I came during Christmas season and the garden was amazing! They had it decorated for Christmas and it was just magnificent! I am so glad I Decided to come look at the lobby!
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