There’s always something new to explore at MGM National Harbor. Whether it’s catching a game with friends, trying your hand at a casino game, or simply placing a few lighthearted bets, MGM National Harbor is bringing out all the stops to provide an entirely Insta-worthy experience at the luxury casino. This fall, MGM has rolled out an impressive 234-pound chocolate sculpture at the Bellagio Patisserie, as well as an 18-foot-tall floral cornucopia at the conservatory, in addition to new fall-focused menus at all three of the casino’s restaurants.
With gorgeous hues of red, orange and yellow, the new conservatory display exudes fall vibes. Guests are invited to explore the immersive conservatory display and snap photos at their leisure. The path guides guests around a 24-foot crescent moon, across a birch bridge, and underneath oversized monarch butterflies, dragonflies and fall leaves, all of which are suspended from above.
Within the conservatory, find over 18,800 flowers, plants, pumpkins and gourds, perfect for a fall-themed photoshoot or a scenic after-dinner stroll. There are four illuminated dragonflies, two glittering fairies, and 50 glass leaves on each fairy’s skirt, making for a magical experience. The whole exhibit took about 60 team members to craft and assemble, and will be on display until Nov. 13.
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Calling all chocolate lovers! The casino’s fall refresh includes an unforgettable and utterly massive 234-pound chocolate display. The exhibit was inspired by classic farmers, and features a 50-pound pumpkin, nine crows, a five-foot tree, and a four-foot scarecrow, all of which are made of chocolate. There’s a smattering of chocolate pumpkins of varying sizes arranged around the display as well. It’s a great spot for an outfit of the day picture, a memorable family photo, or a cute snap with friends.
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