The Bellagio Gardens In Las Vegas Transformed Into A Hello Kitty-Themed Oasis
A jewel-colored floral wonderland. 💐
Who's craving a trip to the Strip? The Bellagio Hotel in Las Vegas is now home to a colorful Hello Kitty sculpture made of blossoms inside the conservatory. The zen Japanese-themed garden is filled with rainbow butterflies, eye-popping pink displays, and giant floral sculptures.
The Bellagio Hotel in Las Vegas is home to a gorgeous conservatory filled with fauna and plant arrangements that change seasonally.
You can now explore these richthat boast jewel-colored 24 hours a day until September. You will feel like you've walked inside a flower-bomb perfect for some truly amazing photos.
Entry to the area is free, and you can take your time gazing at the intricate details, including tons of pink petalled decor and a giantstatue.
The display is made from over 20,000 fresh and 100,000 preserved blossoms, as well as 30,000 potted plants, according to the Las Vegas Sun.
There are ropes and markers to ensure 6-foot distance is maintained between guests, and there is a limit on how many people can go in at once.
You will also find signs that advertise the "perfect Instagram shot" along the guided path.
Thanks to the ropes, you can actually get a better picture without having to fight the crowds. The whole thing ends in a picturesque finale in front of the Hello Kitty statue.
The previous display was created in honor of the Lunar New Year and was made of over 32,000 different plants and florets.
You will be blown away by the giant rainbow butterflies and the astounding floral sculptures, and you can visit as many times as you want for a break from the heat.
Bellagio Conservatory & Botanical Gardens
Address: 3600 S. Las Vegas Blvd., Las Vegas, NV
Why You Need To Go: You can explore these dreamy gardens for free and snap some seriously stunning photos.
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