While staying at the hotel, I made inquiries regarding a visit to Botanical Gardens Las Vegas. I came to know that the gardens were open to the general crowd on all the seven days of the week and that to all throughout the day and night. There were also no entry fees for the incoming visitors and so everyone can gain entrance according to their time schedule and wishes. It is located near the Bellagio Conservatory in Spring Reserves and I hired a cab to reach there.
The Botanical Gardens is one of the largest gardens displaying natural scenic beauty and wondrous collection of flowers and exotic plants. Interestingly, you could see yellow colored bright sunflowers in abundance. Cool breeze was blowing through the gardens and the gently swaying flowers were looking exotic and mesmerizing. I could not take my eyes away from this magnetic sight. Proper attention was given to every detail while displaying the charms of the garden. Different species of Cacti plants were also displayed over there. I never could have imagined the cacti plants to look so beautiful.
The trees were arranged in a particular pattern showing its magnificence in full splendor. Spotlights were placed at strategic locations to showcase the garden’s brilliance. The ponds and bridges on them were looking very beautiful while the Gazebo was simply amazing. Many horticulturists were present there to see the displays. I even took many photographs of this place so that I could show them to my friends and family members. My SLR camera did come handy over there as I clicked pictures through it.
While going through the magnificent Botanical Gardens Las Vegas, I let free the reins to my curiosity and the result was awe-inspiring. The brilliance of the gardens was sensational and while taking a stroll through it seemed as if I was in a heaven. The restoration and preservation of the plant species in this garden is to be admired. I loved my visit as it proved entertaining and relaxing and then as the day came to an end, I thought about my visit to Madame Tussauds Wax Museum Las Vegas.