Bellagio Las Vegas

Fountains of Bellagio

The calling card of the Bellagio Las Vegas, the iconic Fountains of Bellagio are on every Las Vegas bucket list. Across 1000 feet of water, the fountains can shoot as high as 460 feet. 

Fountains of Bellagio Schedule: 

Monday – Friday
3pm – 630pm: every half hour
7pm – 12m: every 15 minutes

Saturday & Sunday
12n – 630pm: every half hour
7pm – 12m: every 15 minutes

Bellagio Conservatory & Botanical Gardens

You can watch the Bellagio Conservatory displays being built! 

Even though the conservatory is “dark” in between seasonal installations you can watch the team create the next display through a live video feed. 



The 14,000-square-foot Bellagio Conservatory and Botanical Gardens sits boldly in the center of the Las Vegas hotel. The display is changed seasonally by the Bellagio Horticulture team. Each year there are 5 displays, one for each season and a special Lunar New Year display. 

Bellagio Conservatory & Botanical Gardens 2024 Display Schedule 

The holiday display will run through January 7, 2024.

Lunar New Year: January 13 – March 2, 2024

Spring: March 9 – May 18, 2024

Summer: May 25 – September 7, 2024

Fall: Expected mid-September 2024

Winter: Expected early December 2023

The Bellagio Conservatory is dark in between installations to allow the team to repurpose the living components of the past display and create a brand new one to wow visitors from across the world.

Bellagio Gallery of Fine Art

The Bellagio Gallery of Fine Art is located in the pool promenade. 

Hours: Monday – Friday, 10am – 6pm

Tickets start at $18


Current Exhibition: Icons of Contemporary Art

Desirable and symbolic, the icon of an artist embodies an individual who hones a clear voice or style that transcends their own public persona. Curated by Ralph DeLuca, “ICONS of Contemporary Art” showcases multifaceted works from living artists that challenge convention to evolve known paradigms of our time, and who impact contemporary society through diverse and permeating transformations. Moving beyond being recognizable, the featured artists of “ICONS” exemplify aspects of greatness, influence, and boundary-breaking, both visually and conceptually. Each artist, vastly different and iconic in their own right, converges in an exciting, microcosmic survey of preeminent art.

“ICONS of Contemporary Art” features artworks by Yoshitaka Amano, Ghada Amer, Gina Beavers, Sanford Biggers, George Condo, Haas Brothers, Sherrie Levine, Esther Mahlangu, Rashaad Newsome, and Frank Stella.