Chances are you’ll probably just bump into the legendary Fountains of Bellagio because they’re pretty hard to miss. Technologically unprecedented when they opened in 1998, these musical water jets dance and shoot almost 140 metres into the air to create song. It might all seem a little hokey but if you don’t get a tear in your eye when Pavarotti does “Rondine al Nido” or when Whitney Houston belts out “Star Spangled Banner” at midnight then you’re dead inside. Oh, and no environmental lectures please: the 22-million gallons of water are entirely recycled. Shows are daily.
Fountains of Bellagio
Bellagio, 3600 Las Vegas Boulevard South