Bellagio Conservatory

Vegas celebrates Chinese New Year: Year of the Dragon

If you’re coming to Vegas for Chinese New Year, then you’re in for a treat. Chinese New Year falls on Monday, Jan. 23. Vegas celebrates with larger-than-life displays, traditional dances and headlining acts. And since it’s the Year of the Dragon, this stirs up plenty of excitement on its own. Regarded as the…

Bellagio Conservatory and Botanical Gardens welcomes spring

The Bellagio Conservatory and Botanical Gardens rolled out its spring look recently, taking on the appearance of a lovely garden and fairgrounds, with butterflies, ferris wheels, a merry-go-round and storks representing the new season. [flagallery gid=54 name=”Gallery”]

Vegas celebrates Chinese New Year

Chinese New Year is one of the most important festivities in China and Taiwan and every year, Las Vegas goes all out to help celebrate the holiday. Chinese New Year 2011 (the year of the rabbit) begins on Feb. 3 and lasts for 15 days. Rabbits seem to be multiplying all over…

Celebrate winter’s wonders at the Bellagio

Contrary to what you might believe, a winter wonderland can flourish in the desert. With its many extravagant seasonal makeovers, the Bellagio’s Conservatory and Botanical Gardens draw more than 5 million visitors per year, making it Vegas’s most popular attraction. On Dec. 9, the conservatory will debut this year’s winter…

Autumn comes to the Bellagio Conservatory

See how the Bellagio Conservatory is transformed in the timelapse video above. It’s the most popular show in Vegas; has a cast of thousands and a crew of more than 100 … And it’s free. Each year more than 5 million visitors, 15,000 – 18,000 per day, take time out…

Bellagio Conservatory gets even greener

Millions of visitors admire the plants, flowers and trees of the Bellagio conservatory each year. More than 100 employees work around the clock to put up the elaborate displays that change beginning with Chinese New Year in January and rotate through spring, summer, fall and finally winter. You’ve read about…

20 things to do in Vegas under $20

Times may be tough, but that doesn’t mean you can’t have a great time in Las Vegas. The city is home to plenty of entertaining things that won’t leave a dent in your wallet and even several free attractions that everyone in the family will enjoy. To get you started,…

Watch the Bellagio Conservatory transform into a Winter Wonderland

Each year the Bellagio Conservatory creates an enchanting winter garden that touches the hearts of visitors from around the world. “When you get into the Conservatory for this particular display, it’s like we become children again,” said Andy Garcia, director of horticulture for Bellagio Conservatory. “It really is one of…

Bear-y spectacular floral displays

How can you not love polar bears? They’re cute, cuddly and so good with their cubs. But with us, they might be a little too aggressive. Luckily the bears at the Palazzo and Bellagio don’t bite. The Palazzo celebrates the holiday season with its Arctic-inspired winter wonderland display. The seasonal…

A Mother Nature Production

Each year more than 5 million visitors, 15,000 – 18,000 per day, take time out from gambling, clubbing and shopping to experience the floral extravaganza of one of five horticultural shows in the Bellagio Conservatory and Botanical Gardens. Beginning with Chinese New Year in January and changing through spring, summer,…

Gardens in the desert

Whoever told you Las Vegas is “just desert” couldn’t be any more wrong. From wildflowers and waterfalls to unusual cacti and lush foliage, these are just a few of the things you can see on your trip to Vegas. On the Strip The Bellagio Conservatory offers free seasonal exhibits including…