Las Vegas, NV (January 17, 2024) – The iconic Bellagio Resort & Casino on the Las Vegas Strip has ushered in the Year of the Dragon with a breathtaking Lunar New Year display, now captivating visitors in the Bellagio Conservatory & Botanical Garden.
Stepping into the Conservatory is like stepping into a vibrant world of mythical creatures and auspicious symbols. Towering golden dragons weave through lush greenery, their scales shimmering under the light. Koi fish frolic in ponds adorned with lotus blossoms, representing prosperity and good fortune. Lucky oranges and lanterns dot the landscape, symbolizing wealth and happiness.
This 14,000-square-foot masterpiece is a testament to the dedication of the Bellagio’s renowned horticulture team. With 120 skilled professionals meticulously tending to the Botanical Gardens and grounds, the resort transforms five times a year, with each season bringing a unique visual feast. The Lunar New Year display will enchant visitors until March 2nd, 2024, offering ample time to soak in its vibrant energy.
For an extra dose of magic, pair your Conservatory visit with a captivating performance of the iconic Bellagio Fountains. Located just outside the resort’s doors, these synchronized water jets dance to music, creating a dazzling spectacle that’s become synonymous with Las Vegas itself.
Best of all, both the Bellagio Conservatory & Botanical Garden and the Fountains of Bellagio are entirely free to experience, open 24 hours a day for your viewing pleasure. So, whether you’re a Lunar New Year enthusiast or simply seeking a dose of stunning artistic expression, the Bellagio Resort & Casino offers a feast for the senses you won’t want to miss.
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