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Bellagio’s Conservatory and Botanical Garden will host the “Summer: Under the Sea” display from May 20-September 10. Admission to the conservatory is free.
The Bellagio Conservatory and Botanical Gardens is one of the most beautiful exhibits in Las Vegas – and its free! The Bellagio Casino and Hotel has dedicated an area of their hotel to their ever changing botanical gardens that changes with each season.
Each exhibit features a huge variety of flowers, plants, trees, bridges, water features, and some fun and interesting lights and even animated trees or animals.
Straight through the entrance and check-in area you’ll be able to walk through the Bellagio Conservatory and feel like you’ve walked into another world. With the high ceilings, water features and gorgeous flowers and plants everywhere, you truly feel the outdoors is brought inside.
You can talk to Mr. & Ms. Green Thumb each day in the Conservatory between the hours of 10:30 a.m. – 11:30 a.m. providing tips and answering your questions about the gardens.
Guests can enjoy live musical performances daily from 4:30 p.m. to 6:00 p.m., in the South Garden.
2018 Botanical Gardens Calendar
Chinese New Year: Jan 7 – March 3, 2018
Spring Celebration: March 9 – June 3, 2018
Summer Garden Party: June 8 – Sept 8, 2018
Autumn Harvest: Sept 14 – Nov 24, 2018
LAS VEGAS (September 25, 2018) – Bellagio’s Conservatory & Botanical Gardens invites guests to experience the season’s splendor with vibrant shades of autumn, pumpkins of all shapes and sizes and comforting aromas, now through November 25.
Fall Display by the Numbers
45,000: Total number of flowers on display for the duration of the exhibit
2,600: Number of roses in each floral sculpture
1,700: Number of flowers used to make the acorn topiaries
125: Team members who participate in the display’s assembly
38 feet: Length of Persephone’s wings
25 feet: Height of gilded pavilion
25 feet: Length of tigers
24 feet: Height of Birch tree
24 feet: Tropical blooming tree
18 feet: Height of cattail
16 feet: Floral sculptures diameter
13: Number of water-emitting devices creating fountains in the Conservatory & Botanical Gardens
14 feet: Height of each waterfall fairy
12: Number of varieties of Chrysanthemums featured in the harvest display
8 feet: Pomegranate diameter
7: Number of draped crystal chandeliers
Winter Holiday: Nov 30, 2018 – Jan 7, 2019
Bellagio Conservatory Hours
Open 7 days a week, 24 hours.
Winter Holiday: December 2015
The majestic centerpiece of the winter exhibit is a stately 42-foot White Fir from Mt. Lassen in California. Over 11,000 warm white LED lights brighten the tree and make over 2,000 ornaments sparkle. This grand tree is dressed with red, gold, silver, and a touch of green ornaments and is topped off with a fiberglass double bow.
Accented with her dazzling red scarf, Mama bear heralds the season’s arrival. Her coat is made of 10,000 fresh white carnations, which are irrigated and maintained daily.
A walk through, the 12-foot snow globe invites you for a stroll. The snow-covered tunnel has lit branches inside and simulated snow flowing through the center.
Chinese New Year: February 2015
Autumn Harvest: November 2014
Chinese New Year: Feb 2013
Spring Celebration: April 2011