Queen Elizabeth Park, Vancouver

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#6 of 51 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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  • Every once in a while, a nice stroll in the park helps refresh the soul. The landscaping and vistas help rejuvenate the mind. While it was an overcast day when we visited, the land feature pointers he...  more »
  • The Park is incredibly beautiful especially in spring. It is well maintained and offers a large fauna and flora. It loads to the stay and relax an and leaves the hustle and bustle of the city behind.
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  • we went here on a rainy day and although the conservatory is rather you could spend an hour here. The gardens are a real jewel in the city and reminds me of a miniature Buchart Gardens. Would be nice ...  more »
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  • We, my wife and I, went to the solarium for a quick outing while in town. It only costs $6.50 for adults to enter. We spent 45 minutes walking through this place. Fascinating, both flora and fauna alike. Great photo opportunities for most species of birds (some are pretty quick), and excellent information on the plants housed in the solarium. Gift shop was small but had enough items to get nice souvenirs to remember your visit. Outdoor gardens and paths to enjoy a stroll. Quite a few ups and downs on the trails so be ready for a bit of a workout.
  • Beautiful park to go for a walk in but absalutly stunning in the summer when everything is in bloom!! You will often see people getting married in the park in the summer. There are many paths to take a long or short walk on. You can also go to the conservatory and walk through see the birds that live there and enjoy all the tropical plants that have been growing there for more than 40 years. Beautiful place to have a picnic and spend the day 🌹🥀🌸
  • A good place to go if you're a tourist in Vancouver and want to see a great view of the city. Lots of nice flowers and scenery as well as a restaurant at the top and a conservatory with birds and butterflies. The summer and spring are the best times to visit as there are lots of nice flowers and gardens, its also a good place for picnics and walks.
  • It's a very beautiful park throughout the year, but is especially beautiful during the summer. There is are a number of things you can see and do here... there's a conservatory, pitch and putt, dine at Season's In The Park, or just go for a stroll. It's a popular spot to have a wedding ceremony as well.
  • Beautiful beautiful park! Awesome place to go walk around and catch up with a friend. The garden is amazing. Lots to look at in the park as well as from it! The view of the city is definitely a huge draw for me to come here. And don't miss out on going to the blodel conservatory.
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