3600 Las Vegas Boulevard South
Las Vegas, NV 89109
+1 888 987 6667
NileGuide Expert tip:
The Conservatory is a free and family-friendly, and the displays change regularly.
The Bellagio's Conservatory and Botanical Gardens features a display of flowers and decorations that changes with the seasons and holidays. It won't take you long to walk through the glass-domed Conservatory, located just off the front desk, but expect to spend plenty of time taking pictures. The displays are full of fun elements like shooting streams of water, things that move unexpectedly, and animals made from flowers. This is one Las Vegas activity that's free and family-friendly (although parents should note that children are generally not permitted in the rest of the Bellagio).
If you are in the Bellagio's lobby, facing the front desk, the Conservatory is to your right and the hotel's front entrance, where the Fountains shoot off choreographed jets of water, is on your left. Above your head, you'll see the famous Dale Chihuly glass sculpture. It's easy to see all three in one visit.