National Parks / Natural World

The Botanical Gardens Las Vegas

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The Botanical Gardens
3600 Las Vegas Blvd South,
Las Vegas
NV
89109
Tel: 888 987 6667

Where are we going today?

The 140 expert horticulturists who maintain Bellagio Conservatory and Botanical Garden pay a constant impressive attention to detail from the landscaping and water features to artful structures such as gazebos and bridges, forming a truly unique family ramble in landscaped beauty with much of the gardens lit for dramatic emphasis.

Their speciality is showcasing the seasons, and the whole park is altered every Chinese New Year, spring, summer, fall and the holidays.

Plus there are live musical performances every day from 5 to 6pm, from the Victorian Gazebo in the South Garden by a variety of local artists.

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When can we go?

Open 7 days a week, 24 hours.

Any Top Tips?

Look ahead for postings about sightings of Mr and Mrs Greenthumb who will happily answer questions..

What people are saying?

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    Excellent experience! I recently had surgery and was afraid I would need a wheelchair to access park. The woman who sold my ticket reassured me that there was a tram that could carry us to various destinations within the gardens, as well as took the time to tell us about which areas would be best at this time of year. The gardens were fragrant, orderly and beautiful. The tram had a tour-bus recording that played and gave information about the different areas of the park. The conservatory was outstanding, esp. the simulated rainforest and the...Read More

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    I went here for the Holiday Train show in December [yeah, I am slow at reviewing things]. The tickets for the show was around $25 per a person. Which at first I thought it was a bit expensive because while the entire garden was open most of the grounds was covered in a blanket of thick snow. The show was featured in the Enid A. Haupt Conservatory and they did give a free tour. The guide was very friendly and informative.

    They had over 100 familiar landmarks made with things found in nature like twigs, barks and leaves. The trains were no less...Read More

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    Fantastic relaxing spot to spend an afternoon walking about the fields and flowers. Their many seasonal shows are not to be missed!

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    This is THE botanical gargen. Yeah, Brooklyn's is really nice, but it's also small. Here you can spend an entire day. There are open hilly places in the south end, a fores and The Bronx River in the center, and a grander conservatory, as well as varied manicured gardens, exhibits, a library/gallery. and events. And te real Little Italy is a short stroll away when you're done.

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    PRINCE Royce is hot and cute and handsome and I know all PRINCE Royce muisc

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by Kristen Chaffee

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Excellent experience! I recently had surgery and was afraid I would need a wheelchair to access park. The woman who sold my ticket reassured me that there was a tram that could carry us to various destinations within the gardens, as well as took the time to tell us about which areas would be best at this time of year. The gardens were fragrant, orderly and beautiful. The tram had a tour-bus recording that played and gave information about the different areas of the park. The conservatory was outstanding, esp. the simulated rainforest and the conifers were awesome. I LOVED IT HERE. So much more than Brooklyn Botanical Garden.

by Lady Ace

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I went here for the Holiday Train show in December [yeah, I am slow at reviewing things]. The tickets for the show was around $25 per a person. Which at first I thought it was a bit expensive because while the entire garden was open most of the grounds was covered in a blanket of thick snow. The show was featured in the Enid A. Haupt Conservatory and they did give a free tour. The guide was very friendly and informative.

They had over 100 familiar landmarks made with things found in nature like twigs, barks and leaves. The trains were no less impressive. I was super excited when I saw Thomas the train, so was the 3 year old next to me. We both squealed in delight every time he came over. I would recommend dressing comfortably as I was super hot, the further I went into the exhibit and some of the spaces were narrow.

They do have a nice indoor tent area that served desserts, beverages and food but I found it and the more pricey end.

Overall, I would recommend checking it out more so if you can get a deal. The garden does usually offer discounts for their "special" exhibits.

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