“Carnival in the Garden” – Bellagio’s Conservatory & Botanical Garden
From now until May 8th, visitors to Las Vegas can enjoy the “Carnival in the Garden” exhibit at Bellagio’s Conservatory & Botanical Garden.
Spring has arrived but many places around the world are still battling cold and wintery conditions.
Come to Las Vegas, that luxury destination of bright lights and non-stop action and experience Spring at its very best.
The amazing “Carnival in the Garden” at the Bellagio features a wonderful carousel, ferris wheel and even live butterflies.
9,620 total flowers will be on display per week int eh Conservatory & Botanical Garden and during the entire length of the exhibit, a whopping total of 86,580 flowers will be used!
Filled with bright blooms and a playful carnival, the spectacular “Carnival in the Garden” floral exhibition at the Bellagio’s Conservatory & Botanical Gardens is stunningly beautiful.
Guests can enjoy four different enchanting gardens that will lure you a variety of scents from tulips, hydrangeas and daisies.
The colorful Ferris wheel, along with a moving carousel and greenhouse full of beautiful butterflies will bring smiles to people’s faces and leave all the worries of the outside world forgotten.
The amazing moving carousel is 11 feet tall and is making its Conservatory debut. This carnival favorite weighs more than 8,600 pounds, and covered with 330 clear bulbs, in addition to colorful acrylic balloons and a cedar ticket booth.
The stunning focal point of the “Carnival in the Garden” has to be the stone-based rustic greenhouse, housing more than 500 live butterflies from around the world.
Nearby, view a “fantasy” tree that has been decorated with cherry blossoms that easily soar 25 feet overhead, reaching for the spring sky revealed by the venue’s all-glass ceiling.
The artistic tree was initially formed with a metal skeleton and then covered with more than 420,000 feet of tightly woven willow branches.
The spring exhibit within Bellagio’s Conservatory & Botanical Gardens will be open for viewing until May 8th.
The exhibit is complimentary to the public and open seven days a week, 24 hours a day.