Las Vegas Gardens


When people that have never been to Las Vegas talk about the city, the only thing they talk about is the Casinos. That’s true there is gambling, women, and party, but what many people don’t know is that the sin city is more than this. There have been a lot of competitions among the giant hotel’s chins in Las Vegas, which has made many of them innovate and become more unique. With this, they will be able to cater, for every visitors need.  However, there are some Botanical gardens Las Vegas or Indoor gardens Las Vegas you need to explore any time you visit the Sin city.

Read on…

Conservatory and Botanical Gardens at the Bellagio Hotel and Casino

Walking through the lobby of the Bellagio Hotel and Casino, visitor’s transitions into glass panels section where they can access the Conservatory and Botanical Gardens. The indoor garden houses about 1,200 exotic plants, which makes it a refreshing change from the normal Las Vegas scene, and there is a glass top that allows sunlight creeps in for perfect photo opportunities. The Bellagio Conservatory and Botanical Gardens are open all day, and it’s free of charge and is perfect for not just the nature lovers, but to everyone else both old and young.

Tropical Rainforest at the Mirage Hotel & Casino

The indoor rainforest inside is another aspect that draws visitors to the hotel. The rainforest is consistent with the tropical theme of the Mirage Hotel and Casino, along with the Volcano and white tiger exhibit. The rainforest includes extensive tropical native plants, several lagoons and a waterfall surrounded by a 10 story dome. You will also find palm and birds of paradise trees among the rainforest to increase its authenticity. You can also take many pictures as many as you want as this attraction is open throughout the day.

Ethel M’s Chocolate Factory and Botanical Garden

Ethel M’s Botanical Cactus Garden is one of Nevada’s most beautiful secrets and is nestled in a quiet corner of Henderson. You will find over 300 rare and indigenous cacti and spectacular desert plants in this three-acre garden (note that these plants are very rare). This garden has also been named as one of the world most extensive cactus gardens.  The reason is this garden boast of flora and fauna plant that range from Joshua trees and from aloe and prickly pear to many other varieties. The garden is also home to hummingbirds, rabbits, tiny lizards, butterflies and even a roadrunner to make things more realistic. Just like the other gardens, this one is also free, and it opens every day from 8:30 a.m. to 6:30 p.m. with extra hours during the holiday season.


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