"The airy central conservatory, which opens up right as you enter Bellagio, was inspired by the verdigris framework of Art Nouveau conservatories of Paris. Despite the fact that Las Vegas sits smack in the middle of the Mojave Desert, you can see the changing seasons in all their glory here as the garden transforms five times per year with fresh flowers; towering animatronic butterflies and birds; burbling fountains and bobbing lanterns. Each of its seasonal “theatrical presentations” of the elements is totally new."
"If you’re in the area of the fountain show, make sure to check out the conservatory!. The Bellagio Conservatory and Gardens feature a stunning 50-foot glass enclosure with a spectacular garden interior that changes with the seasons. During spring, for instance, cherry blossoms and spring flowers are the order of the day–while in the fall, the conservatory is decked out in an array of orange, red and golden foliage."
"Changing with the seasons, Bellagio’s conservatory displays ostentatious floral arrangements, installed by crane through a soaring 50ft-high ceiling. The effect is unnatural, but that doesn't stop crowds from gawking, and the aroma of fresh blooms is enchanting. Peek around the periphery of the conservatory for classic paintings re-created with buds and flowers instead of oil paints."
Ethel M Botanical Cactus Garden
4.7 (216 ratings)
Spacious garden with 300+ species of native & exotic cacti & other ornamental & succulent plants.
"If your children love to explore the outdoors and want to know what it might be like to walk through a rainforest, this free rainforest atrium at the Mirage Hotel might be just the (free) ticket!. The atrium features a 20,000 gallon saltwater aquarium with tons of aquatic wildlife, and just behind the aquarium is a tropical rainforest complete with lagoons, a waterfall, and tons of stunning tropical plants, flowers and more. Kids who love gardens and the outdoors will love to imagine they’re heading through a real jungle as you make your way through this free indoor rainforest garden."
"JamonJamonTapas has quickly established itself as the go-to restaurant just off the Strip. It’s the most authentic Spanish tapas restaurant you can find for hundreds of miles, and native Spaniards have vouched for it without hesitation. In the warm, inviting atmosphere, take a seat and gaze on the stunning mosaics on the floor while you sip on a breathtakingly delicious Sangria."
Emeril's New Orleans Fish House
4.4 (1081 ratings)
Modern, sea-inspired, MGM Grand restaurant offering Louisiana Creole flavors by chef Emeril Lagasse.
3799 Las Vegas Blvd S, Las Vegas, NV 89109, USA
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"If your kids love seafood, then this is definitely one restaurant you won’t want to miss during your Las Vegas trip. Emeril’s New Orleans Fish House features delicious comfort food that is inspired by American Southern and New Orleans style seafood cuisine. Menu options include delicious crab legs, shrimp po-boy sandwiches, chopped salads, hearty gumbo, steaks, hand-cut fries and an array of dessert options include banana cream pie, cheesecake, bread pudding and more."
"At the helm of several Las Vegas Restaurants, including Emeril’s New Orleans Fish House, is Chef Emeril Lagasse. He has earned a reputation for delivering outstanding dishes, so guests at this restaurant enter with high expectations. Undoubtedly, these expectations are met on every occasion."
"This place is in the Luxor Hotel & Casino, it exhibits 13 preserved human bodies and more than 250 organs for an educational purpose. Here, if your kids are not squeamish, they can see how our muscles intricate and our organs in addition to getting educated a little bit about what happens if we neglect of our bodies. Bodies is one of the best kids attractions in Las Vegas."
"The Luxor’s illuminating exhibit has been experienced by more than 15 million people. Bodies: The Exhibition showcases 13 real human bodies that have been carefully preserved so you can peek under your skin for a rare three-dimensional view of the human body. Learn more about Bodies: The Exhibition."
"It’s one thing trying to keep your eyes open while reading from a boring biology book. It’s another thing seeing the biology makeup of actual bodies at REAL BODIES at Bally’s Las Vegas. Here you’ll get the science lesson you didn’t get in the classroom."