Public Art and Gardens Are Everywhere

People don’t talk about all of the stunning public art and gardens in Las Vegas, and they should because its an enormous part of the experience. Around every corner, there is another exhibit. From Alice in Wonderland-inspired pieces at the Cosmopolitan to living sculptures lining the walkways between the the Bellagio and Bally’s, visitors will be inspired by the scale and creativity of the artists who are hard at work every day in Las Vegas. The Bellagio Conservatory and Botanical Gardens is a treasure. Each season, a team of in-house horticulturalists and designers transform the 14,000-square-foot garden. Their exhibit “That’s Amore” is a perfect example of the multi-sensory experience they create for visitors. With music from The Godfather, Frank Sinatra, and Italian classics, the garden features elaborate fountains, topiaries, chandeliers, and two larger-than-life floating swans entirely constructed of natural elements like flowers, nut shells, beans, trees, and vines. The sites and sounds transport guests to the Italian countryside.