The Bloedel Conservatory is one of the most popular attractions in Vancouver, come rain or shine. The spectacular triodetic dome capping Queen Elizabeth Park is dedicated to the wonders of the natural world, with an emphasis on plants and birds.
Over 500 different plants from tropical and subtropical areas of the world are on display, and over 100 birds of various species call the Bloedel Conservatory home, free-flying within the spacious plexiglass dome. Take a stroll through a simulated tropical rainforest paradise, then explore the subtropic and desert climate zones.
The conservatory was constructed through a very generous donation from Prentice Bloedel in 1969. The same donation enabled the Park Board to cover the main reservoir atop Queen Elizabeth Park. A visit to Bloedel Conservatory has become a holiday tradition as the crowning glory of one of Vancouver’s most beautiful parks. The stunning Queen Elizabeth Park offers breathtaking views of Vancouver and the Coasts Mountains on the North shore.
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The Bloedel Conservatory is located in Queen Elizabeth Park. Enter Queen Elizabeth Park at 33rd Avenue and Cambie Street. The conservatory is open daily from 10:00 am to 5:00 pm, except for the early closure (12 noon) on December 24th, and is closed on December 25th, reopening at 10:00 am on December 26th. A modest entrance fee is charged.
The Bloedel Conservatory is available for evening reception rentals. A great Gift Shop offers lovely plants for sale.
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