Living Garden @ The Palazzo Hotel
3325 Las Vegas Blvd, Las Vegas, NV, USA
www.thelivinggarden.com - (877) 883-6423
Living Garden @ The Palazzo Hotel Las Vegas Reviews
The living statues can amaze some of the most severe critics Sep 12, 2010
Starting at 11am and on the hour, every hour, until 7pm, the living garden comes to life. It is most creepy to sit at the fountain and take pictures with marblesque statues and then to watch them move just a few minutes later.
The hardest thing is finding them, only because there are 2 fountains. One has a center character (I can't recall and I might be lying if I say it's Neptune) and there are 3 standing statues surrounding him. He moves a little and the show is short, but if you head for the Cheesecake Factory, you will find the main fountain with a marvelous show! Where the 3 main corridors join, there is another fountain, but it does not move and I think I have seen people staring at it waiting to see if something will happen.
Grab a seat and get comfy or take in the acquarium until the show starts. You may have to explain to children what is going on or they might be fearful of statues and fountains for the rest of their lives.
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ANOTHER FREE SHOW Jan 19, 2009
This is entertaining. i did not know the palazzo had this. this is another tip i can add of my "FREE ATTRACTION". this is located near the waterfall that is the beginning entrance of barney's NY and the canal shoppes to the venetian hotel.
there are different times through the day. the show is every 45 mins. the show is about 15 mins. this is living garden show is show all of the world in different attractions.
With magical elegance, a statue of a 3 young women slowly animates into a living fountain. Delicate jets of water appear from her fingers as she moves in and out of various tableaus.
All 3 would animates into a living fountain with beautiful film scores. each is plays each part until they are rested behind closed doors.
you are allowed to take photo ops with the living statues. it is free at cost. they are not allowed to smile to interact. THEY ARE STATUES.
the costumes are waterproof. from head to toe they are covered with make up. the wig looks like paper mache. each statue had piercing blue eyes.
this is wonderful treat at the palazzo, other reason to appreciate this hotel. i would recommend it.
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