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Bellagio Fountains, Las Vegas
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Whether you're seeking romance or awe, check out Bellagio Fountains, a massive water feature with choreographed performances set to light and music. Located in front of the Bellagio hotel, the display is visible from numerous vantage points around the city. See a different show every half hour, with varied lighting effects and original music from renowned artists, including classical and popular tunes. The fountains, set in an artificial lake and modeled after a similar venue in Italy, feature an enormous network of pipes with more than 1,200 nozzles that can shoot water as high as 140 m (460 ft). Shows may be canceled due to adverse winds. Add Bellagio Fountains to your Las Vegas travel itinerary, and discover new vacation ideas by using our Las Vegas family vacation planner.
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  • Nice fountains, but perhaps a bit overrated. And it's always so crowded. Best camera shots taken from across the street. 
  • The fountains were BEAUTIFUL! The view if gorgeous and loved watching the show. The atmosphere around the area is electric and it's worth every second. A definitely must see while in Vegas. 
  • Everyone recommends to see the fountains at Bellagio. Talking about it doesn't do it justice. Really an amazing display. Go later in the evening when scheduled every 15 minutes to be able to watch mul...  more »
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  • 3 minutes of free entertainment that is still amazing to watch! It's the expanse of the fountain and the sheer size and power of the performance that makes this a constant and reliable treat. Evening performances with the lights will always be better but will also be busier.
  • A very spectacular show that cannot be missed! Impressive water fountain dancing to the rhythm of good music. The shows runs every hour of the day, so you could go whenever you get the chance. It's so impressive, I watched it twice: once in daylight and other at night, two very different experiences. Two thumbs up!
  • The water show was pretty impressive. One of the very limited attractions that is free to the public. The day my wife and I went to Vegas, the show started at every 15 minutes of the hour. The water show lasts for roughly 4-5 minutes and it is quite stunning. There seems to always be a large crowd gathering to gander at the next show so plan accordingly for good standing positions. One safety/security tip I'd say is be aware of your surrounding and watch for pick pockets. My wife told me there was one person that was getting suspiciously close to her. I have heard that pick pocketing does happen regularly in Vegas, and I would think this would be the perfect target. Just be sure to watch yourself and your family. If this is your first time in Vegas, put aside some time to check this out. The water show accompanied by music is well worth the watch.
  • A great free attraction in Las Vegas. Their classical music pieces are always better than their pop music ones, so you just have to get lucky. Otherwise, the view of the fountain, if you can time it right, is REALLY great to watch from The Linq's High Roller, so make sure you do that too. Oh, and of course, for $250,000, You can get a room, champagne, and free reign to control the fountain! Now THAT'S how you do Vegas.
  • Amazing.. all I can say. A great attraction and a must see for any visitor. Id recommend seeing them in the dark as the performance is much better. And from 8pm there every 15mins. Usually from 3pm the show is daily every half hour. Best view is from the road side but there are some good views from the sides and by the valet parking actually at the hotel. A must see for any visitor. In fact watch it a few times.