According to its website, it takes 140 horticulturalists to create and maintain the grand displays that change with the seasons at this popular spot. Admission is free. The current season will be on display until May 9th.
After strolling through the gardens stop by the Bellagio Art Gallery (there is an admission charge for it) where you will find among its permanent collection works by Renoir, Picasso and Degas. A new show opens May 1st, entitled "Firguratively Speaking - A Survey of the Human Form" with works from Boston's Museum of Fine Arts and the Museum of Contemporary Design in San Diego.
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