Queen Elizabeth Park, Vancouver

4.6
#6 of 32 in Parks in Vancouver
Wander the manicured gardens of Queen Elizabeth Park, taking in a diverse range of colorful plant life. Watch for sculptures as you stroll the 52 hectare (130 acre) park, including a piece by prominent British sculptor, Henry Moore. You have the opportunity to observe and inspect some of the 1,500 trees in the site's arboretum. The Bloedel Conservatory represents a large bio-dome environment, complete with 200 free-flying birds and tropical flora. The park features an artists' corner in summer, where you can examine and buy original works. Plan to visit Queen Elizabeth Park during your Vancouver vacation using our convenient Vancouver online travel planner .
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  • you can drive to go up, but it is pay parking. if parking along the edges of the park, it is free. it is popular place for photos, we took high school graduate photos here. it is the highest point in ...  more »
  • The Park is rather used as a setting for photographs, therefore, has a beautiful view of Vancouver and very well-kept gardens. On site there are vacancies for parking, picnic and physical activities. The view is amazing, really a visit not to be missed. To reach it is possible to use the excellent public transport from Vancouver.
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  • Stanley Park, as long as the crest, but huge. If you go to the cherry blossom season is really so delighted with the beautiful and the Park pink tree is also very high, and even the cursor comes to a lot of wedding photography for couples! I need to change the location of a bus ride from the Skytrain, aemaehae once, but it's worth it to Park trails? Therefore, there is a little climb up there in the sky and seeing a place like park view so beautiful beautiful, as well as the garden trails formed going up
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  • It's a much loved park in Vancouver. My Canadian friends told me to go back again to see the beautiful fresh spring colours! I thought the Autumn colours are already superb! We are standing on the Highest point in Vancouver looking at the city and the lovely ski trail of the Grouse mountain at the far end! The hothouse has some of the most beautiful birds! It's a delightful mini bird park. Overall, Queen Elizabeth Park small park, but a sweet one. I went to the farmers market very close to the park on the weekend!
  • Magnificent blend of colours and aroma. Vibrant landscape. You can enjoy different zones in the garden viz. Sunken garden including the dancing fountain, Japanese garden and rose garden. Kids can enjoy the carousel - 2 $ is the fee. Several boat trips also depart from the garden, bookings can be made at the entrance. Gift shop has got an array of exclusive selection. Dinner is amazing.
  • It's best to visit this place maybe early morning to late afternoon. We went here around 10:30am and it's so hot. We were here for around 2 hours. It's a good place to walk around, relax and have a picnic. It's also not that crowded.
  • I love a stroll around Queen Elizabeth Park. It's not very big and not really a hike by Vancouver standards. It's just a really lovely little place for a walk and some photos. It's pretty beautiful in the fall.
  • This is a very scenic flower garden with walking paths. For the sporty types, there is disc golf, pitch and putt, tennis, and basketball courts available. Large pay parking lot at the top of the park near the conservatory. Smaller free parking lot near the tennis courts and off leash dog area.

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