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Holiday Dining, Egg Hunt & “Springtime Celebrations Around the World” in Las Vegas

Bellagio’s Conservatory & Botanical Gardens Welcomes New Season from March 15-May 22

Spring is in full bloom at Bellagio’s Conservatory & Botanical Gardens as the resort debuts its new display, “Springtime Celebrations Around the World.” Beautifully designed floral creations represent renowned springtime celebrations in The Netherlands, England, Thailand and the United States.

An abundance of blooming spring flowers, cherry blossom trees, hummingbirds and whimsical butterflies fill the Conservatory, representing growth, resilience and the dawning of a new season. Designer Ed Libby and Bellagio’s horticulture team meticulously designed “Springtime Celebrations Around the World,” bringing to life cherished spring traditions from different cultures.

Ed Libby floral event designer Bellagio“As we leave the dreary winter months behind, we spring forward with our beautiful new Conservatory exhibit, celebrating renewal and growth,” says Libby (pictured right). “Guests will be compelled at every turn by numerous blooming floral displays that reflect how the world celebrates spring.”

As guests enter the Conservatory, they will arrive in England, where the West Bed pays homage to the famed Chelsea Flower Show, a beloved annual spring event. Framed by two oversized hummingbirds, the garden bed is replete with roses, daffodils and clovers—the United Kingdom’s national flowers. A large custom-built greenhouse is home to hundreds of live domestic butterflies while artistic butterfly sculptures soar overhead. Symbolizing a new voyage into spring, a boat floats nearby in a bed of water carrying pink, purple and blue floral arrangements, while oversized garden lanterns delicately light the scene.

The South Bed features a recreation of the Keukenhof Festival in Holland, Netherlands. As the centerpiece of this bed, a large windmill turns gracefully, symbolizing strength and a promising future. Colorful tulips, daffodils and fragrant hyacinths line the garden alongside large artistic flower sculptures created out of brightly colored preserved roses. Playfully positioned within a bed of flowers is a pair of hand-painted wooden clogs, a Netherlands staple, branded with the iconic Bellagio “B.”

Only steps away, the journey continues, this time to the U.S., represented in the East Bed by the Cherry Blossom Festival held annually in Washington, D.C. Twelve cherry blossom trees with their distinctive beautiful white and light pink buds fill the garden. A walkway surrounded by hundreds of blooming roses, the nation’s flower, leads guests through an architectural element reminiscent of Washington D.C.’s history. Flying high above the scene a stylized replica American flag made of red, white and blue flowers and white butterfly sculptures represents the stars.

The North Bed pays tribute to Thailand’s Songkran Water Festival, a unique celebration where people take to the streets and splash water on each other, purifying themselves for the beginning of the Buddhist New Year. In this display, Thai umbrellas hang over an opulent temple with a Buddha statue at its center. The stunning water fountain is surrounded by hand-blown blue glass flowers with copper stems and a golden elephant, paying tribute to important elements of Thai culture.

 Bellagio’s Conservatory & Botanical Gardens is complimentary to the public and open 24 hours a day, seven days a week. “Springtime Celebrations Around the World” will be on display through May 22.

“Springtime Celebrations Around the World” Display By The Numbers

  • 30,000: Flowers and plants on display throughout the exhibit
  • 75: Team members involved in the display’s assembly
  • 11: Number of hanging butterfly sculptures
  • 18 feet x 28 feet: Height and length of the butterfly greenhouse
  • More than 100: Live butterflies in the greenhouse
  • 12: Cherry blossom trees
  • 3: Number of hanging seven-tiered Thai regal umbrellas
  • 9,000: Gallons of recirculated water used throughout the display
  • 2: Oversized jewel-toned hummingbirds made of botanical materials
  • 8: American flags
  • 2,000: Dusty Miller plants lining each of the four beds
  • 4: Hours of music specially curated for the exhibit

Hop On Over To MGM Resorts International Restaurants To Celebrate Easter April 2-4

There is also festive culinary fare to celebrate Easter this weekend throughout Las Vegas and after visiting the Conservatory, you can indulge in special holiday menus at Bellagio, MGM Grand, Park MGM and Luxor hotels. Featuring an all-you-can-eat brunch, melt-in-your-mouth a la carte items and sweet desserts, the food selections will offer a delightful epicurean experience for all.

 Easter specials will be available at the following restaurants:

  • Bellagio
    • Lago by Julian Serrano will offer a special a la carte Easter menu that includes Smoked Salmon Cristini ($26), Lobster Benedict ($32), Lasagna ($29), Meat Tortellini in Straciatella Broth ($26), Egg & Ham Cheese Sandwich ($29), Calzone ($29), Steak and Egg ($35), Eggs Sausage and Bacon ($23) and Nonna’s Frittata ($22). Side dishes include Egg ($6), Bacon ($8), Potatoes ($15) and Grilled Italian Pork Sausage ($16). A special sweets section will include Nutella Crepes ($12), Chocolate Eggs ($12) and Easter Cookies ($12). Regular menu also available.
      • sadelles bellagioDate: Sunday, April 4
      • Hours of Operation:
        • Brunch: 10:30 a.m. – 2:30 p.m.
        • Dinner: 5 p.m. – 10 p.m.
      • For reservations, visit Bellagio online
    • Sadelle’s Cafe will celebrate Easter by featuring the Sadelle’s Tower ($135), Egg Salad Sandwich ($18), East Coast Oysters ($24), Crab Louis ($29), Huevos Rancheros ($20) and Chicken Schnitzel ($26). Regular menu also available.
  • MGM Grand
    • Avenue Café will present Easter Specials such as Crab Cake Benedicts ($28), Cinnamon Roll French Toast ($22) and Roasted Beet Salad ($16). Regular menu also available.
      • Dates: Friday, April 2 – Sunday, April 4primrose park mgm
      • Hours of Operation: 7 a.m. – 2 p.m.
      • For reservations, visit MGM Grand online
  • Park MGM
    • Primrose will offer a delightful All-You-Can-Eat Easter Brunch for $45 per person. The holiday menu includes a Wild Mushroom Arancini for the table followed by a la carte offerings: Avocado Toast, Smoked Salmon Bagel, Cinnamon Roll, Quiche Lorraine, Vanilla Bean Bread Pudding, Bacon, Egg and Cheese Slider, Breakfast Potatoes, Eggs Benedict, Steak Oscar, Shrimp Skewer, Asparagus and Pork Belly. A Cotton Candy action station also will be available for anyone seeking a sweet treat to end the meal.
      • Date: Sunday, April 4
      • Hours of Operation: 10 a.m. – 2 p.m.
      • For reservations, visit Park MGM online
  • Luxor
    • Pyramid Café will serve up Ham and Eggs – a bone-in ham steak, two eggs and hash browns ($18).
      • Date: Saturday, April 3 – Sunday, April 4
      • Hours of Operation: 7 a.m. – 2 p.m.
      • Walk-up seating onlyCelebrate Easter At Downtown Container Park With Touchless Easter Egg Hunt Downtown Las Vegas’ open-air shopping center & entertainment venue announces Easter celebration and Silent Disco event on April 4
        container parkDowntown Container Park, Downtown Las Vegas’ open-air shopping center & entertainment venue announces ‘eggcellent’ touchless Easter egg hunt and Silent Disco bash. Celebrate the spring holiday under the sun with giveaways, raffles, special guest and more!

        On Sunday, April 4 from noon-4 p.m., family and friends are invited to put a little “spring” in their step with an all-ages touchless Easter egg hunt and Silent Disco dance party. To participate, guests are invited to download the Touchless Egg Hunt app which will facilitate the egg hunt. After check-in, super sleuths will have one hour to explore the park and collect “eggs” by scanning hidden QR codes through the app. Each scanned egg will reveal a prize that can be collected upon checkout after time has expired. In addition, Easter enthusiasts will have the opportunity to meet-and-greet the hip-hop-hoppity host himself, the Easter Bunny!

        Following the hunt, guests can muse over the electronic waves of Top 40 and EDM, induce bouts of nostalgia with ’80s and ’90s throwbacks or rap like no one is listening to the latest in hip hop and R&B hits during an Easter edition of Container Park’s Silent Disco! Early bird tickets are currently available for $5. General admission tickets are $10 per person prior to the event, $15 at the door. To purchase tickets visit https://bit.ly/3rcJ7mo.

        Downtown Container Park is a 1.1-acre, open-air shopping center and entertainment venue featuring 39 shops, restaurants, and bars, located in downtown Las Vegas at 707 Fremont Street. The innovative shopping space is constructed of 43 repurposed shipping containers and 41 locally manufactured Xtreme cubes. The open-air center is home to The Treehouse, an interactive play area complete with playground and NEOS play system. The Lawn at Container Park, a live entertainment venue and event space, hosts live entertainment nightly. Container Park is open Monday-Thursday 11:30 a.m. to 10 p.m., Friday 11 a.m. to 1 a.m., Saturday 10 a.m. to 1 a.m. and Sunday 10 a.m. to 8 p.m.  For more info, visit downtowncontainerpark.com.


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