One of my favorite places to go each season in Las Vegas is the Bellagio Conservatory & Botanical Gardens. The conservatory is located next to the Hotel Lobby, and is 14,000 square feet. Flowers, plants, and tree create almost the entire space. It takes a horticulture staff of 120 to maintain the conservatory, and 90% of the flowers, trees, and plants are recycled. The Bellagio Conservatory changes every seasons, plus Chinese New Year. They are open year round, except June 11-16, September 9-14, and November 25 – December 1.
For the summer the theme is That’s Amore. It was breathtaking. I have been there quite a few times, and this was my favorite theme I’ve seen thus far. I highly recommend that if you have small children you bring a stroller, because it gets extremely crowded. While it might be a tad bit harder to maneuver in the crowds, but it will ensure your child’s safety. Another recommendation that I have is to go after dark, because the ceiling is glass.
The Bellagio Conservatory is beautiful and free, and as a result that makes it a great family friendly place in Las Vegas. Take a walk to the front of the Bellagio once you’re done to see the fountains.
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Have you ever been to the Bellagio before?