If you're looking for a fun and free family activity in Las Vegas, the Bellagio Conservatory on the Strip has unveiled its latest display in celebration of Lunar New Year.
The new display, which is available for viewing through March 5, celebrates the Year of the Tiger and is designed to bring prosperity and luck to all who visit.
According to Bellagio, dubbed the "Eye of the Tiger," the display transports guests "into a world of legend and myth through a blend of Asian culture and Western ideology." The display is comprised of more than 5,700 plants, featuring lotus flowers, gold coins, silk-lantern chandeliers and more.
If you've never experienced the Bellagio Conservatory & Botanical Gardens, it is free to enter and located upon entry to the Bellagio from the parking garage.