Tickets for Bellagio Gallery of Fine Art
Enter the world of the noble samurai with the Bellagio's latest exhibition
- Learn all about the samurai, the elite warriors of ancient Japan, in the Bellagio's stunning new exhibition
- Study over 50 stunning artifacts from the Ann and Gabriel Barbier-Mueller Collection, including armor, weapons, masks and more
- Discover over 700 years of rich and dramatic history, and see how designs and technologies evolved from the 12th to 19th centuries
Noble warriors, vicious weapons, sacred armor, ancient customs – the Bellagio's latest exhibition has it all! This winter, Las Vegas's premier gallery transports you to the feudal Japan of the samurai, with over 50 incredible pieces from the prestigious Ann and Gabriel Barbier-Mueller Collection. Learn how these ancient swordsmen lived, fought, and died, and how the samurai have captured imaginations for over 1,000 years – Ei! Ei! Oh!
Opening in 1998, the Bellagio Gallery of Fine Arts quickly established itself as Sin City's leading gallery space, hosting award-winning exhibitions of everyone from Picasso to Warhol.
Their latest extravaganza, SAMURAI, travels back to 12th-century Japan to celebrate and study the culture, lifestyle, and art of the samurai warrior. You'll see stunning full suits of armor, ornate helmets, expertly crafted weapons, horse armor, ceremonial masks and more. The exhibition is organized so that you can chart the evolution of Japanese design and technology, covering over 700 years of feudal history.
With objects designed both for battle and celebration, you'll learn how the samurai were more than just soldiers – they were masters of painting, poetry, and calligraphy too. Discover a world of fierce conflict and beautiful mythology, right in the heart of Las Vegas!
Please pick up your ticket by showing your smartphone voucher and a valid, government-issued photo ID at the box office.
Cancellations are not possible for this ticket.
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