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Bellagio Gallery of Fine Art, Las Vegas

Categories: Art Museums, Museums
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3.9/5 based on 340+ reviews on the web
At Bellagio Gallery of Fine Art, admire a rotating selection of temporary exhibitions of artwork loaned from galleries and private collections across the globe. Located on the premises of the elegant hotel of the same name, the gallery has featured exhibitions ranging from the landscapes of Monet to the exquisite jewelry of Fabergé. In addition to this dedicated exhibition space, the hotel features many works of art adorning its walls. Plan to visit Bellagio Gallery of Fine Art and other customer-reviewed, writer-recommended Las Vegas attractions using our Las Vegas tour planner.
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  • It is not huge, but was a nice way to spend an hour or two. We enjoyed the degas exhibit. Definitely get the free audio tour, it does a nice job of describing how the art fit into society and history....  read more »
  • We have been to Las Vegas many times. One of the highlights is the Bellagio Gallery of Fine Art. We have gone to four different exhibits at the Gallery. The most recent was the exhibit "Town and Count...  read more »
  • the decorations are awesome, awesome place. Can be found in the shop for an affordable price.
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  • I went to the gallery expecting Andy Warhol work. When purchasing our tickets we asked for tickets for the Andy Warhol exibit. We walked in and all the art was black and white. ANDY WARHOL IS KNOWN FOR POP ART! The man at the register should of told us it wasn't the his work. This is a note for the employees to know what art you have on display. This was one of thee most disapointing event in all my years. Very disapointed in the employees.
  • Rotating exhibitions every quarter or so, featuring many different art styles. With local discounts, it's a fair deal to see things you wouldn't expect in Las Vegas.
  • Went to the picasso exhibition. It was great but the number of art pieces were fewer than I expected and the place was not that big.
  • THis intimate small and uncrowded gallery is the best way to truly enjoy fine art. When planning a trip to Vegas, this is the first thing I book. Every exhibit is presented in a masterly way giving the viewer as much or as little historical perspective as he or she desires. Spectacular, a tribute to the way Vegas has developed over the years into "something for everyone"...
  • While I enjoyed the gallery very much. My only problem was the very rude staff worker inside the exhibit when I was there on Monday evening. I am legally blind, so I have to get close to the plastic placards to read the information. The guy there immediately jumped on me for touching the plastic placard and rudely said, You are not to touch that!! He then proceeded to hover over my mom and I the entire time we were in the exhibit just waiting for me to touch the plastic card again so he could tell me off. It really made me just want to leave. Other than that, the exhibit on Faberge was fantastic! A must see in Vegas!
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