Don't miss the Bellagio's holiday exhibit
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One of the best free sights in Las Vegas does is the Bellagio Conservatory and Botanical Garden. If you're visiting Sin City during the holidays, stop by the Bellagio. The casino resort welcomes every winter season with a beautiful display at the Conservatory and Botanical Gardens. The annual holiday display will be up until late January 9, 2021. The 2020 theme is called ‘Hopeful holidays.”

As you enter the Conservatory walkway, you'll be awed by the beautiful Christmas tree with thousands of colorful lights and many ornamental decorations. The botanical gardens have been lined with thousands of fresh poinsettias and hundreds of twinkling lights. However, it is the 42-foot tree decorated with thousands of lights that is the most striking decoration.

There is no charge to visit the Bellagio Conservatory and Botanical Garden, which is open to everyone 24 hours a day. Because of COVID, social distancing is a must. Since the space is large, lines are short and fast-moving. Once inside the hotel,  there are dozens of exotic restaurants and boutique stores.

If you are done with the Garden, then just a few meters away are the Bellagio Fountains. At this time of the year, there is no other attraction that can rival the Fountains, which have a choreographed water feature set to music and light. The performance takes place every 30 minutes and is visible from many vantage points on the Strip. 

The hotel is offering a holiday special for tourists, with hotel stays starting at around $165/night. Usually, the rooms go for three times that rate.

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