NATIONAL HARBOR, Md., (December 6, 2016) – As guests step into MGM National Harbor they’re greeted by a vibrant horticultural scene that immediately engages all of the senses. Envisioned by renowned designer Ed Libby, the MGM National Harbor Conservatory is a must-visit destination in the Capital Region.
Whimsical yet elegant, the 15,000-square-foot Conservatory at MGM National Harbor is a floral showcase of the sights and colors of each season. The Conservatory, which sits within a stunning 85-foot-tall glass-topped atrium, will be flooded with natural light by day and mingle with the stars by night, offering two distinct experiences for guests.
“From art to architecture, beauty and style are at the core of MGM National Harbor, which is why we designed the entire resort around this magnificent botanical vision,” said Bill Boasberg, general manager of MGM National Harbor. “Ed Libby’s unbridled creativity and impeccable taste wows guests from around the world, introducing an attraction unlike anything on the East Coast.”
For three decades, Ed Libby & Company Events has been designing majestic floral and crystal compositions for prominent recording artists, actors and companies across the United States including the “Wall Street Concert Series” featuring artists such as Rod Stewart, Lionel Richie, Beyoncé and Kanye West. The company also has created multiple installations for the annual Macy’s Flower Show in Herald Square, and now Libby shares his expertise and artistic touch at MGM National Harbor with a series of seasonal displays through 2017.
The Conservatory at MGM National Harbor dazzles visitors with a completely unique experience that captures the sensibility of the Washington, D.C. region. With artful elegance and a touch of grandeur, it has become a must-see destination along the Eastern seaboard.