MGM National Harbor Celebrates Year of the Rabbit with Lunar New Year Conservatory and Festive Activations
Ring in the Year of the Rabbit with a grand Conservatory display, a celebratory Lion Dance and authentic culinary menus
MGM National Harbor’s latest Conservatory display honors the Year of the Rabbit and is designed to wish prosperity and luck to all who visit. Designers Jeremy Hargrove and Le Savarese of SolarLife Technology worked to bring the display to life, and a Feng Shui master ensured the positive flow of energy throughout the Conservatory. Guests can experience the festive display now through March 18.
The 2023 Lunar New Year Conservatory display features:
- A 15-foot-tall animatronic rabbit
- A 15-foot-tall princess
- A 30-foot-tall bonsai tree
- A 18-foot-tall traditional stone lantern
- A money tree adorned with 260 oversized gold coins
- Ten 4 to 6-foot fans with hand-painted scenery
- Two jade rock fountains, a large wooden bridge and multiple ponds
Lunar New Year Activations
- Ginger – MGM National Harbor’s signature pan-Asian restaurant invites guests to celebrate the Year of the Rabbit with a special Lunar New Year menu available January 19-29. Highlights include Crispy Fried Crab Claws, Steamed Whole Fish, Sautéed Vegetables with mixed mushrooms and more. Click here to view the complete menu.
- Lion Dance – Guests can celebrate the Year of the Rabbit with a special dragon and lion dance on Sunday, January 22 at 6 p.m. The performance will begin in the Casino Valet and continue throughout the Conservatory. The lion dance is a traditional celebration for the holiday bringing prosperity and good luck for the upcoming year.
About MGM National Harbor
Located in an unrivaled setting, MGM National Harbor offers stunning panoramic views of the eastern shore of the Potomac River in Maryland. The $1.4 billion LEED® Gold Certified resort sits a short distance from Washington, D.C. to the north and historic sites, including George Washington’s Mount Vernon estate across the river in Virginia. The 24-story, 308-room resort features premier amenities and experiences for locals as well as visitors from around the world including a dynamic two-level casino with over 160,000 square feet of space that includes slots, table games and poker; a world-class spa and salon; an entertainment theater with flexible seating for up to 3,000; high-end branded retail; 50,000 square feet of meeting space; and restaurants from renowned local, national, and international chefs. MGM National Harbor is owned by MGM Resorts International (NYSE: MGM). For more information, visit mgmnationalharbor.com or follow on Facebook and Twitter.
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