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Fall Comes to the Bellagio

LAS VEGAS -- Fall is about to arrive at the Bellagio Hotel and Casino on the Las Vegas Strip. The resort's Conservatory and Botanical Gardens will welcome autumn with a picturesque harvest tableau that celebrates the sights and colors of the season.

In a first for the Conservatory, there will be three majestic fantasy trees that weigh 3,300 pounds each and soar 25 feet overhead as their sparkled branches reach for the autumn sky.

Beginning September 19 through November 27 visitors can walk through the beauty of fall. Not only will there be majestic trees, but a stone-based rustic greenhouse surrounded by weeping California pepper and olive trees. There will also be a bed of colossal pumpkins from Half Moon Bay, California that can be as big as 1,000 pounds.

The Bellagio's Conservatory and Botanical Gardens is free and open to the public seven days a week, 24 hours a day.