Bellagio Conservatory Japan Journey July 2020
Ever since the Bellagio first opened its doors in 1998, the Conservatory has been a must visit for Vegas tourists. At 14,000 square feet the space is open and airy, but most important the displays are stunning and family friendly too!
When the Bellagio reopened to the public a couple of weeks ago it did so with a new display. Gone was the Chinese New Year display and in its place is Japan Journey: Magical Kansai. This is one of the better displays Bellagio has done in my opinion, so I thought I would take you on a tour. Enjoy!
Bellagio Conservatory Visitor Information
Unlike in the past, access to the Bellagio Conservatory is limited and there is a queue to get inside. This queue isn’t normally very long and in my opinion the wait is worth it. You’ll see the queue and lineup process in the video. It results in a far less crowded version of the Conservatory. I sort of hope the line sticks around.
The current display runs through September 12, 2020. My favorite part is the Ema-Den Lion followed by the Osaka Castle and Hello Kitty. Hello Kitty is on display to celebrate Sanrio’s 60th anniversary. She is made up of over 30,000 preserved roses. A truly stunning site.
Bellagio Conservatory Japan Journey July 2020 – Bottom Line
Las Vegas is open and the Bellagio Conservatory has a display that is as good as it gets. If you are going to be in Vegas before September 12 then I would definitely give it a look. If you are coming to Vegas after that I’m sure you’ll have another amazing display to take in. All of these years later Bellagio Conservatory is still one of the nicest places on the Vegas Strip for a quick visit.
Have you ever visited the Bellagio Conservatory? Are you planning to visit this Summer? Let us know below!