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Queen Elizabeth Park, Vancouver
(4.6/5 based on 1,500+ reviews on the web)
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 see Queen Elizabeth Park and other attractions that appeal to you using our Vancouver vacation builder.
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  • It is worth visiting in the spring, where the Park is filled with flowers. Great place to have contact with nature and recompose the energies!
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  • There are nice trails, wonderful gardens and the view to downtown is amazing. There is a great restaurant with good food and the view are stunning also. 
  • Frequented by both tourists and locals, this park is gorgeous any time of the year. Watch the seasons change with every visit: evergreens and deciduous trees; annuals and perennials. Landscape is wond...  more »
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  • Queen Elizabeth Park offers so much to be enjoyed for so many different people. If you like flowers and plants and free stuff - then you really can't go wrong with the garden here. Kids always enjoy watching the fountain (and running through it...though they're not supposed to). It is the tallest point within the city, so it offers some breathtaking views - particularly at sunset and sunrise. In the summertime, you may also find stands selling organic fruits. And if you are willing to pay $6.75 for the adult admission into the Blodel Observatory, prepare to be wowed by the beautiful birds, plants and flowers inside.
  • Great place to visit in the evening to have a grand view of the city. Not overly crowded. There are many things to see and to enjoy. I like the garden a lot. The water park is a fun place for kids.
  • Great hilltop views of the city and mountains, and wonderful gardens built in an old quarry. Good place for tennis, disc golf, or pitch and putt in a lovely area away from traffic.
  • Beautiful park in the middle of Vancouver. Lots of fun areas to explore and some cool pokemon (if you are into that), just avoid walking through the "frisbee golf" area, they are rude and aggressive about their made-up sport.
  • Love it here. Come often. Amazing views of downtown, the north shore and beautiful gardens. Bloedel Conservatory is nicely priced and will worth a visit.