Bellagio Conservatory Opening Times: 24 hours, 7 days a week
Location: The Bellagio Hotel Las Vegas
There was so much to take in when we first visited the Bellagio hotel that we didn’t stop long enough to truly appreciate the beauty of the conservatory and these botanical Las Vegas gardens which was no less than a traversty!
This is possibly because the conservatory seems such an intregal part of the elegant Bellagio resort but I urge you to stop long enough and explore it as an attraction in its own right. In terms of beauty it really is one of the Las Vegas top attractions and it smells heavenly.
The delicate aroma from the flowers mingle sweetly in the air so there’s no need for any artificial scents to be pumped out into this area of the resort.
What makes this attraction different is that it’s always changing. If you’re visiting Las Vegas several times in one year you can visit this attraction multiple times and find it to be different.
By the end of this year there will have been five different exhibitions which change to reflect the seasons and the holidays: Chinese New Year; Spring Celebration; Summer Garden; Fall Harvest; and Winter Holiday.
It takes 140 horticulturists to
create the fabulous gardens. As well as a wonderful selection of
colours, depending on when you go, you may see anything from huge
butterflies and daffodils to giant ants and water features.
If you’re a keen gardener this is a must. You can get plenty of inspiration for your own garden. If you’re less knowledgeable like us you’ll especially enjoy the signs around the Conservatory which tell you facts about the plants etc.
There are some great photo
opportunities here too. The displays make the best backdrops for your
holiday snaps. Here’s our friend Simone at the Bellagio Conservatory.
it’s a very relaxing attraction to walk around it’s also, not
surprisingly, a very popular attraction and can therefore get very
busy. If you find it too crowded when you get there pop back later on
when the crowds have thinned out a bit. That’s the beauty of it being
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