Bloedel Conservatory, Vancouver
Categories: Architectural Buildings, Wildlife Areas, Nature & Parks, Tourist Spots
Experience the colors and scents of the tropics year-round at Bloedel Conservatory. Located at the city's highest point, the conservatory contains three habitats: tropical rainforest, subtropical rainforest, and desert. Spot a dwarf macaw or African parrot flying overheard, or one of the other 200-plus exotic birds. Walk around and look at 500 species of plants in their recreated habitats. Visit the healing garden and engage your senses to feel the positive effects on your wellbeing. Put Bloedel Conservatory into our Vancouver itinerary builder and find out what's close by, where to stay, and where to head next.
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Not only you will see beautiful flowers/plants, there are many different kinds of birds there, very interesting!
I do not know if my expectations were too high, but I was unimpressed. It was nice to see birds, but both the fauna and flora were a mixture of elements from Africa, Americas and Australia. The place ... read more »
You begin by coming up little mountain and walk through the gardens. I got married thre its so beautiful. Then you go inside this bubble, where there are plants everywhere little birds flying around, ... read more »
“Wonderful place!” When I was feeling blue, one of my friends recomanded this place. This place is small place. But they are provide a good service with bird watching. And it's cheap to get in, you can walk around colorful bird and tropical plants. Also, the Bloedel conservatory in a location right in Queen Elizabeth park. If you're visited in spring, you'll spend your time awesome! The atmosphere here is great!
Chok Sheak Lau
This is the best small garden I have ever seen! Totally punching above its weight. You can walk around the whole garden in about 5 mins or less, but to enjoy it properly will take you over an hour easily. They have parrots, macaws (not sure what is the difference), small birds that fly around and run the pathways (kids go crazy over these). Very photogenic so remember your camera. There is a restroom inside the garden, and one more right outside the main entrance, which is really nice. Travel sites should have this higher on their list of top places to visit.
One of Vancouver's hidden gems. Its a great place to visit on a cold rainy day in winter to enjoy tropical plants and birds in a semi natural landscape. Well worth the price of admission.
Beautiful plants, flowers, and birds. It is not big, but is packed with tons of colourful greenery. The well groomed outdoor garden (the park itself) is quite spectacular too. Great for the kids!
I always take my guests there and they love it. There’s a small fee to get in but it’s amazing inside. Besides tropical plants they have exotic birds flying freely around you. Don’t miss it, specially if you are visiting with kids!
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