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Bellagio Fountains

Las Vegas, Nevada, United States

3600 S. Las Vegas Blvd.
Las Vegas, Nevada, United States
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Overall Experience: 10 / 10
Date Visited: Tuesday, October 9, 2007

Viewing the Bellagio Fountains

What an outstanding attraction! This is the best free show in Las Vegas. The fountains are absolutely beautiful. Each show is choreographed to music with each one having a different song (and there are many). The fountains shoot up and dance to the music. The size is impressive - the "lake" is 1000 feet long, and the fountains shoot as high as 280 feet!

The whole area in front of the fountains is a viewing area. The majority of people watch from this area. The middle provides the largest viewing area, and the best view, but is often crowded.

You can also view the Bellagio Fountains from the top of the Eiffel Tower in the Paris hotel. There is an admission charge to go up the tower, but it's quite neat to be able to view the fountains from above. (Unfortunately, since you're so high up, the music is inaudible). There's also viewing areas near the Bellagio along the sides, but since the view here is from the side, it's not the best place to see the fountains. Lastly, you can also make reservations to have dinner at Olives, where you can see the fountains from their patio.


The fountains operate both during the day and in the evening - during the evening hours, the fountains are all lit up, and look very nice. Currently, the shows run (Monday to Friday) from 3pm until 8pm every 30 minutes, and then from 8pm until midnight every 15 minutes. Saturday and Sunday, the shows run from noon until 8pm every 30 minutes, then every 15 minutes from 8pm until midnight.

Since the times may change, it's easiest to ask at the Bell Desk at the Bellagio - they will be able to provide you with a current fountain schedule.

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Viewing the Bellagio Fountains

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