Bellagio Greenhouse Botanical Garden is a famous park in Las Vegas. It's suitable for children. The greenhouse garden next to the hall is worth visiting. The view is charming. It's a good choice to spend half an hour visiting the garden. I'm glad to be here. It's one of the best places I've ever visited.
The Botanical Garden in Belagio Hotel is well managed, and the design and architectural flavor can make the visitors feel comfortable.
A beautiful place is like entering a fairyland. It feels very good.
This is ALWAYS a stop for me when I'm in Vegas. It's a quick visit inside the Bellagio, just past the front desk area. The room opens up to a glass dome so everything is beautifully lit by natural light. Much like the Rose Parade, there are themed displays here composed of various plants (mostly flowers). They're far less strict on only using plant matter though, so you'll find plastic sculptures to enhance the scene, or sometimes even bits of candy around the holidays. I love that the theme is constantly changing, so every time you come back, you'll probably see something new.
The Bellagio Conservatory is basically an indoor garden/fairytale/greenhouse/artist's canvas. It is themed based upon the season, so you're likely to see something different than I did if you go now.I loved it! I love flowers, plant-life, and fairytales, so this was right up my alley. I just wanted to live in there! And if you've been inside too much at the slot machines, this place is truly a breath of fresh air. The kids will love it, too, of course.
The Bellagio Conservatory is a must to visit every season to see the fantastic floral displays that they come up with 4 times per year. The thousands of flowers, plants, fountains, fauna, and other items are usually thematic, and I've seen everything from a penguin display (with moving parts), a giant windmill, and the current display which includes 30-foot tall hanging jellyfish! The atrium is always fun to see and a great photo op!
Take a breather from the hectic win-or-lose atmosphere of Vegas at the Bellagio’s 13,000-square-foot Conservatory and Botanical Gardens. Horticulturists create seasonal over-the-top displays, rearranging the gardens and their trappings—gazebos, bridges, giant topiaries. After the free live musical performance at the gardens (5 to 6 p.m. daily), step out onto the Strip to witness the light-and-music show put on by the Bellagio fountains.
Every time I come to Vegas I always want to see what the Bellagio has come up with on the displays here. Some of the designs are so unique and unbelievable, especially when they display works of art with just flowers.Obviously you can get some pretty fun and exciting photos from these displays. Only down side is this draws in a lot of people so you have to wait to get your photo op.