Queen Elizabeth Park, Vancouver
Categories: Gardens, Nature & Parks
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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Every step is a postcard, a must go-see spot! Also, check out the conservatory in the park- albeit small, a very cute and pleasant place!
This is an absolute must see for travelers who enjoy beautiful gardens. A pristine kept garden with surprises around every corner. A wonderful restaurant with a great view is literally a few steps awa... read more »
Beautiful views towards North Vancouver from the top of the park. Parking costs $$ at the top lot and along the streets leading up the top - not sure about down the hill. It's just a few dollars for a... read more »
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.
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.
Just gorgeous. Lots of tourists but it's huge so it doesn't feel crowded. Great view of downtown Vancouver outside the biodome (?) , which is pretty cool itself. Summers have a fun zip line!
Best park ever! It's so big, and feels so friendly. It's really good for Pokémon GO, and there's WiFi throughout most of the park, and many people playing! There is a very nice observatory that I personally, could spend hours in. Overall it's just a very nice place to be.
Really nice park and gardens. Spend an afternoon wandering the open gardens and enjoying some nice views of downtown Vancouver. The small admission price for the Bloedeld Conservatory is totally worth it. You can also find pitch and putt golf here and lawn bowls.
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