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Bellagio Fountains

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Bellagio Fountains
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The Bellagio's lake throws up entrancing fountain displays choreographed to music from Michael Jackson to Gene Kelly (and, less appealingly, Lee Greenwood). The 1,200 water cannons, arranged in lines and circles, shoot water that dances and sways to the music, reaching as high as 460 feet. Grab a seat in one of the Bellagio restaurants overlooking the water, or take in the view from the sidewalk out front. Watching live, this mandatory Vegas attraction is just like you’ve seen in the movies—only better.



Address: Bellagio
3600 Las Vegas Boulevard South
Las Vegas

Cross street: at W Flamingo Road
Transport: Bus Deuce, 202
Price: Admission free
Opening hours: Shows: 3pm–midnight Mon–Fri (every 30mins 3–8pm; every 15mins 8pm–midnight); noon–midnight Sat, Sun (every 30mins noon–8pm; every 15mins 8pm–midnight)

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You just can't go to Vegas without checking out the fountains - just fantastic!


What else can be said about the bellagio fountains that hasn't already been said? A beautiful fountain show from 3pm onwards? Yes, please! Best seen at night with the dark sky and the lit up bellagio in the background. It truly is spectacular, just make sure that you get a front view with the Bellagio in the back. Made the mistake of just barely catching the next show and saw a partial view from the back. On the way back from the strip, we managed to catch the beginning of the next show and what a difference! Take the time to pick a good spot with a view!

What a fun nightly thing to do. Line up to watch the choreographed fountains to musical numbers, then head inside and look at the gardens. The fountains run for a large portion of the night, so you might be lucky and be able to catch it multiple times on you way out.

Spectacular show, and worth the crowds. Consider it fountain art, so beautifully orchestrated and designed

Staff Writer

Pretty spectacular fountains, well worth a visit - only the Burj Khalifa fountains in Dubai top them