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Bloedel Conservatory

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4600 Cambie St | West 33rd Ave, Vancouver, British Columbia V5Z 2Z1, Canada
+1 604-257-8584
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Experience Bloedel Conservatory, a fun, family-friendly indoor attraction located at the peak of Vancouver in Queen Elizabeth Park. Discover 120 exotic birds and over 500 kinds of tropical plants inside the dome and then explore the fountains, gardens and sculptures around Queen Elizabeth Park.
  • Excellent61%
  • Very good30%
  • Average7%
  • Poor1%
  • Terrible1%
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“exotic birds” (37 reviews)
“rainy day” (36 reviews)
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4600 Cambie St | West 33rd Ave, Vancouver, British Columbia V5Z 2Z1, Canada
+1 604-257-8584
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Reviewed 1 week ago

Wonderful little stop on the way out of town back to the US. Nice sanctuary for beautiful, exotic birds. Botanist's dream.

Thank Daficionado
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

We have been here several times. Great selection of trees, vegetation. Very cool birds. Great place to take the family

Thank Doriktown1
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

We went here twice as we enjoyed it so much. Everyone in our group seemed to fall in love with a different bird there. The space is lovely with the right amount of benches to sit and watch from. Loved how healthy and happy the...More

Thank jeansteck
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

Beautiful little covered conservatory. Great to come with family or friends. Takes about half an hour to max an hour to go around and study the different species on a rainy day.

Thank Maleeshya
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

My friend and I came here based upon reviews on Yelp and Tripadvisor. My friend is a Vancouver native and has never been before. Of course, it is always a great excuse to see new things when a friend is visiting so we decided to...More

Thank Apanda8
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

This tropical paradise is the deal of the day in Vancover, at less than ten dollars. It is up to you how much time you spend but it is a respite in the middle of the city. You will likely need a taxi or car...More

Thank nancybCancun
Reviewed 18 October 2017

We hired a private tour for the day with 3 couples. She took us here, and we were so surprised. What a great spot. I am a bird lover so I was ecstatic!

Thank Jeanne N
Reviewed 17 October 2017

This conservatory had tons of birds flying around which I wasn't sure about but they were beautiful and very fun to watch. It was inexpensive and quick 30-45 minute tour if you need to be inside.

Thank Laura B
Reviewed 17 October 2017 via mobile

Set at the top entrance to the Queen Elizabeth Gardens the Bloedel Conservatory is a great find and a real jewel in its crown. We'd intended to wander around the gardens after a visit to the restaurant but this gem captivated us and we were...More

Thank Pierreaulit
Reviewed 30 September 2017

As a Vancouver local, I hadn't been to the conservatory in years until this past summer. Yesterday, I bought a membership (which includes Van Dusen Garden as well as the Bloedel Conservatory). The conservatory is an enchanting place with many hidden treasures if you take...More

Thank lovetravel-vancouver
Residential neighbourhood to the ultra-wealthy, the
gorgeous manor houses centred around The Crescent area
are a fabled sight to behold. Shaughnessy is
Vancouver's most verdant plotted neighbourhood, and
its tree-lined streets, walking routes, bike trails,
and charming public parks make for an ideal location
to spend and afternoon communing with nature.
Consequently, it is also the botanical centre of the
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28 July 2017|
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Response from 2violiststravelling | Reviewed this property |
I agree that the Canada Line is a very efficient way of getting to the Conservatory. But so much depends on what your starting point is: downtown, Airport, Richmond. The transit system has a brilliant web site that helps... More
Dale L
23 June 2017|
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Response from 2violiststravelling | Reviewed this property |
Let us differentiate between dogs in Queen Elizabeth Park, the area where the Conservatory is located, and the Conservatory itself. There is a note on the Vancouver parks web site to the effect that dogs are welcome in the... More
11 April 2017|
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Response from Berlitz | Reviewed this property |
Hi There. Yes there is public transport to queen Elizabeth park.If there is a 3 or 4 people may be better to catch a cab.