Art, Las Vegas, Travel

The Bellagio Conservatory

Whenever I find myself in Las Vegas, Nevada, I try to stop by the Bellagio Conservatory and Botanical Gardens. Upon entering the Bellagio lobby, your eyes are immediately drawn to the amazing glass flowers suspended above.

Looking further into the lobby you are able to catch a glimpse of the beauty within the Conservatory off in the distance. Taking a moment to step away from the hustle and bustle of the Strip (and that addicting casino noise), to enjoy the beauty of this garden is a must-do if you are in the area.

The abundance of flowers and unique elements in this display are awe-inspiring. The Conservatory is redone multiple times a year to capture the essence of the upcoming months. They even decorate in celebration of Chinese New Year. I usually go to Las Vegas in the spring-time, and have also visited in the summer, so unfortunately I have never had the opportunity to view the Conservatory at Christmastime; which is what I would like to see the most. (I suppose I should start planning). That’s neither here nor there.

When I explored the Conservatory last week I was able to capture some photos from my time spent in this beautiful place. The bright spring flowers were abundant, the carousel, gazebo, and windmill were a nice touch.

Enjoy.

Have you been to the Bellagio Conservatory? What’s your favorite time of year to visit?

6 thoughts on “The Bellagio Conservatory”

  1. The ceiling is a Dale Chihuly masterpiece! He has done a ceiling of marine life creatures at the Norton Museum of Art in West Palm beach near my home, too. Beautiful! He also may have done the ceiling of the Noordam cruise ship in the dining room. It looks like his work. We love the Bellagio at any time, but December is amazing….Thanks for posting!

  2. ahh yes. The Conversatory does an amazing job with their decorations. I love seeing how they change it throughout the year to match the seasons =) Which reminds me it’s a place I need to revisit when I’m there in October =)

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