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Bellagio Conservatory & Botanical Gardens
Type: Family Friendly, Free Attractions, Gardens
Before the Bellagio, not many people in Las Vegas knew what a conservatory was. Today, this beautiful indoor display of horticultural creativity is one of the city's best-known (and free) attractions.... Read More
Before the Bellagio, not many people in Las Vegas knew what a conservatory was. Today, this beautiful indoor display of horticultural creativity is one of the city's best-known (and free) attractions. As the seasons and holidays change, the staff of the Conservatory swoops in to create sculptures and scenes made with plants, flowers, and other materials. The Christmas display is perhaps the most popular, but it's always a pleasure to walk through at any time of year. This area of the Bellagio, which is directly off the front desk, tends to get busy during the midday with photo-taking visitors. It's also one of the few areas of the Bellagio receptive to children. Arrive early in the day to encounter the fewest people and get the best pictures.
Hours:Due to COVID-19, please check with the attraction for the most recent updates to their opening hours.
- Free Things to Do: "Displays change every two or three months, with new shows generally coming in for the Lunar New Year, spring, summer, fall and the winter holiday season. A schedule, along with dark dates, is available on the Bellagio's website."
- Things to Do in December: "For the smallest crowds, visit early in the morning - before 10 a.m. - and during mid-week. The winter holiday display in December is one of their most popular and the space can get full quickly."
- Best for Free Things to Do Because: The artfully designed scenes at the Bellagio Conservatory and Botanical Gardens are beautiful, extremely photogenic and free.
- Best for Things to Do in December Because: The amazing holiday display at the Bellagio Conservatory and Botanical Gardens is a photo-friendly attraction the whole family will love.