Bellagio Conservatory Displays Underwater Theme

The Bellagio Conservatory & Botanical Garden goes to the bottom of the ocean with their newest theme “Under the Sea” that will be on display for the summer. The family-friendly Las Vegas attraction features a walk-through fish tank designed by the stars of Animal Planet’s “Tanked.” Guests will walk through a tunnel flanked by two aquariums over 20 feet in length that creates a truly unique underwater experience. The floor of the walk through aquarium is responsive to every step using of state-of-the-art animation. After 18 years of captivating the imaginations of tourists from around the world, the Bellagio Conservatory and Botanical Garden continue to amaze.

The Bellagio Conservatory & Botanical Garden goes to the bottom of the ocean with their newest theme “Under the Sea” that will be on display for the summer. The family-friendly Las Vegas attraction features a walk-through fish tank designed by the stars of Animal Planet’s “Tanked.” Guests will walk through a tunnel flanked by two aquariums over 20 feet in length that creates a truly unique underwater experience. The floor of the walk through aquarium is responsive to every step using of state-of-the-art animation. After 18 years of captivating the imaginations of tourists from around the world, the Bellagio Conservatory and Botanical Garden continue to amaze.

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All of the fish that are on display at the Bellagio Conservatory and Botanical Garden are on loan from the Mandalay Bay. Some of the headlining fish that are on display include five flame angelfish, six sailfin tang, six Spanish hogfish and three Lunar wrasses.

Creating the Botanical Garden at the Bellagio is a massive undertaking that includes 80,000 blooming plants. Each week over 6,000 tulips are added to the display. Other plants that can be found in the exhibit include New Guinea Impatiens, Calandiva, Hydrangea, sunflower, salvia, pineapply lily, asalea, Chrysanthemum, miniature rose, calla lily and over 2,000 ivy plants.

Some of the other featured attractions in this exhibit include a mermaid, seahorses, dolphins, a clam and pearl, a sea turtle, scuba divers, a seal and a whale. There is also a massive jellyfish suspended from the roof that provides a rich canopy that is positioned next to a school of fish.

Admission to the Bellagio Conservatory & Botanical Garden remains free to the public making this attraction a must-see on Las Vegas Boulevard.

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