Fountains at Bellagio
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- Fountains at BellagioMember ofLocal CultureOutdoor EnthusiastsFoodies+ 3Nov 21, 2013
Beautiful. Just beautiful. Words cannot convey. *cries* A true Vegas original! Whether during the day (wearing lots of sunblock) or at night (your Ocean's 11 moment), those water jets have an amazing way of soothing one's soul.Recommended for:
- Fountains at BellagioMember ofLocal CultureBudget TravelersFoodies+ 4Oct 20, 2013
The Fountains at Bellago are beautiful and massive, dividing the hotel from the Vegas Strip. During the day, there is a fountain show choreographed to music that begins every 30 minutes. The show continues with illumination during the evening and runs every 15 minutes after 8pm.Recommended for:
- Fountains at BellagioMember ofLocal CultureOutdoor EnthusiastsBusiness Travelers+ 7Aug 01, 2014
Probably the only thing in Vegas that is free (well, kind of...some standing spots costs some moolah now).
I remember coming here as a kid seeing this for the first time and I was blown away. Fast forward in time, and it still draws quite a crowd. Personally, I prefer watching the show at night, but that's just me. The music and the water is beautifully choreographed and synchronized Try and stop by at least once if you've never been to Vegas.Recommended for:
- Fountains at BellagioMember ofLocal CultureOutdoor EnthusiastsFoodies+ 2Jul 15, 2014
Between the frequency of these bad boys and the cover price (Free!), pausing for a show at the Bellagio Fountains is kind of a no-brainer. Shows run every 30 minutes daily between 3 PM and 7 PM, and then up the ante to 15 minute intervals until midnight. With that kind of spread, I dare you to spend a weekeng in Vegas without seeing the Bellagio Fountains!Recommended for:
- Fountains at BellagioOct 24, 2013
While Las Vegas overall did not impress me too much, the Bellagio Fountains were a great sight to stumble across. I passed by right as the lights began to flicker on and the music began, and could not take my eyes of the aquatic routine. It was around dusk, which is a great time to see the show. And - best part - it's free!Recommended for:
- Fountains at BellagioMember ofLocal CultureBudget TravelersBusiness Travelers+ 6Aug 04, 2014
The Bellagio Dancing Fountains is a fantastic water show which won’t leave you indifferent! Just imagine how an 8-acre lake explodes with 1,214 illuminated water jets shooting up 460 feet in the air! Impressed? So, visit Bellagio in the evening and enjoy!Recommended for:
- Fountains at BellagioMember ofLocal CultureOutdoor EnthusiastsBudget Travelers+ 3Jul 05, 2014
Of course, the only way I really know about the Bellagio Fountains is because of Ocean's Eleven. After figuring the Fountain into our itinerary, I was really excited to see it. I mean, who doesn't like dancing water? ;)
You can catch a Bellagio Fountain show every 15-30 minutes (depending on the time of day). We got there right after sunset and claimed our spot so no one would be in front of us, and then waited until the next show. The fountains dance to a particular song from Hey Big Spender to Billie Jean. We were lucky enough to see Singin' In The Rain.
It was great. The fountains are beautiful, the Bellagio is grand, the music is fun, and the buildings nearby are picturesque at night. If I had had the time, I would've caught show after show.Recommended for:
- Fountains at BellagioMember ofLocal CultureOutdoor EnthusiastsBudget Travelers+ 3May 27, 2014
My favorite free attraction at Vegas. Yes, even beating the street people giving out cards with naked women on them J/K ;p
The Fountains of Bellagio are located in the heart of the Strip, where visitors can enjoy a beautiful display of water being shot high into the sky, in tune with music.
Strolling along the Strip, especially at night, it's a great sight to behold, whether with friends or your significant other. Last time I was there, we saw the Fountains with Michael Jackson's "Billie Jean" playing. Later on, on the way back to our hotel, we saw it again with Celine Dion's "My Heart Will Go On". Such an extravagant spectacle for the senses! There's just something about an oasis of moving water right before your eyes in the middle of the searing desert, music tickling your tympanic membranes. All for free!
Great views from the front of Bellagio, or when dining at Mon Ami Gabi at Paris. The show runs every 15-30 mins, with the start times depending upon the day.
You can't miss this attraction at the Strip, literally & figuratively. I know when I'm in Vegas again, I'll certainly enjoy checking out the Fountains of Bellagio several times more.
Highly recommmend!Recommended for:
- Fountains at BellagioMember ofLocal CultureOutdoor EnthusiastsBudget Travelers+ 11May 26, 2014
One of the most elaborate shows in Sin City is free. While you are out on the town at night, stop by the Bellagio to catch one of the regular nightly dancing fountain shows, set to music and illuminated with colorful lights.Recommended for:
- Fountains at BellagioMember ofLocal CultureOutdoor EnthusiastsFoodies+ 5Jun 20, 2014
The dancing fountains at Bellagio is one of the things I never get tired of watching in Vegas. Watch it from the strip, or from a lake view room at Bellagio or any of Bellagio's neighboring hotels. If you're partying at Hyde Lounge, you'll get an extra close view of the show.
The show happens every 1/2 hour between 3-7pm and then every 15 minutes 7pm-midnight. It's truly a glorious sight to see!Recommended for:
- Fountains at BellagioAmbassadorMember ofLocal CultureBudget TravelersFoodies+ 4Feb 24, 2013
A showstopper tourist attraction - and the best part, it's free. People camp out all around the area before the fountains go off (I forget the schedule, but it's often), and it's pretty neat. I like the Con te Partiro song the best for the song...it really has a great buildup and the ending, with the crescendo of the song, it's just fun.
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- Fountains at BellagioMember ofLocal CultureOutdoor EnthusiastsBudget Travelers+ 6Jul 05, 2012
As luck would have it, I wandered out of the Bellagio just when the Fountains were performing. It certainly stopped me in my tracks and had me enthralled the entire time. The crowds were manageable and that allowed me to watch from both water side and on the upper horseshoe. I loved how the music and the water danced and intertwined, and how happy it made me feel.
Open Hours:3p-8p (every half hour) & 8p-midnight (every fifteen minutes) M-F, noon-8p (every half hour) & 8p-midnight (every fifteen minutes) Sa & Su
Phone:+1 702 693 7111