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Bellagio’s Conservatory & Botanical Gardens Have Transformed Into A Winter Wonderland

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Bellagio’s Conservatory & Botanical Gardens Have Transformed Into A Winter Wonderland

The famous hotel has debuted its beautiful botanical gardens for the winter season, and it’s as stunning as ever!

Every few months, The Bellagio transforms its breathtaking 14,000-square-foot botanical garden into a horticultural ode to the season, wowing guests and visitors from all over the world. The space, magnificent even without the greenery, is topped with a beautiful glass ceiling hovering 50 feet above, with framework and beams sculpted into floral patterns.

Adding to the already gorgeous setting, the hotel presents a spectacular new display for spring, summer, fall, winter, and even a special display for Chinese New Year.

Visitors and hotel guests can again wander through the paths of the massive garden filled with countless festive plants and holiday scenes. The conservatory’s display boasts tens of thousands of fresh flowers and thousands of sparkling lights, more than enough to get even the grinchiest person into the holiday spirit!

Explore the expertly crafted floral playground showcasing wintery scenes, like the famous Coca-Cola holiday polar bears, Her Majesty Queen Bellissima and her 30-foot castle with rotating soldiers.

Let the gardens take you on a magical journey while you delight in massive holiday trees and the beauty of nature. There’s even a 42-foot-tall live White Fir tree draped with no less than 7,000 LED lights and 2,500 colorful ornaments!

The conservatory & botanical gardens are open daily and there is no admission fee. They are located right next to the hotel lobby. The winter display is usually open for viewing through the beginning of January, but dates are subject to change so make sure you get your fill of holiday cheer before then!

[Featured image: Bellagio Las Vegas]

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