Las Vegas Community Healing Garden
Celebrating life, beauty, love and compassion. Choosing love over fear, life over death, hope over despair. Helping each other heal.
The Las Vegas Community Healing Garden in downtown Las Vegas was built in three days by community members and local businesses following the October 1 tragedy at the Route 91 Harvest music festival. The garden features a Remembrance Wall, a grove of 58 trees lining a paved path, shrubs and flowers, all encircling a beautiful oak tree - “the tree of life” donated by Siegfried and Roy. The 58 trees were planted to signify the 58 lives lost on that tragic evening. Painted rocks, flowers, pictures, and other mementos placed by community members offering their condolences, prayers, and remembrance of loved ones can be found at the trees and all around the garden. The Las Vegas Community Healing Garden:
- Serves as a place of calm to remember those touched by tragedy
- Provides a place of refuge for healing
- A living garden celebrating life, compassion, and fellowship that we find in community
The Las Vegas Community Healing Garden is a City of Las Vegas Property, and is located at 1015 S. Casino Center Boulevard, Las Vegas, NV 89101. For questions or comments about the Garden, please contact the Office of Cultural Affairs at 702-229-ARTS (2787) or [email protected].