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Situated on Little Mountain - the highest point in Vancouver proper - this former rock quarry has been converted into a beautiful city park with flower gardens, public art, grassy knolls, and panoramic views over the city.
Suggested duration: 1-2 hours
4600 Cambie St, Vancouver, British Columbia V5Y 2M4, Canada
+1 604-873-7000
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Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

No entrance fee Parking is for free in front of the garden Three flower gardens. The nicest ist the small rose garden in the back. The best view over Vancouver is next to the restaurant.

1  Thank Hannah S
Reviewed 5 days ago via mobile

Depending on the time you have in Vancouver, might be worth a visit. It very large. Very well taken care of. It also has a bird observatory on top of the hill. Great views of the city.

1  Thank Ksksksksks
Reviewed 1 week ago

We had only 3 days in Vancouver and did not want to take an entire day out of our itinerary to travel to Victoria to see the VanDusen. Queen Elizabeth Park was our "backup plan" option, and I have to say that we were not...More

1  Thank David T
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

A short walk from the nearest Skytrain station (King Edward) the Queen Elizabeth Park is a stunning location that is also free to enter. There is plenty of space to enjoy the grassy areas as well as there being beautifully planted quarry gardens. These looked...More

1  Thank Emily H
Reviewed 1 week ago

The Queen Elizabeth park is one of the nicest places in Vancouver. Located around an ancient crater (I've heard that it was some mud volcano) it has been turned into a botanical garden.

1  Thank Pete777888
Reviewed 1 week ago

Lots of open space to relax for a picnic or just enjoy being outdoors in a beautifully maintained park. While there go to the conservatory at the top of the hill at the park worth the walk (small entrance fee)

1  Thank Earl and Ginger W
Reviewed 1 week ago

Queen Elizabeth Park is easy to get to by bus or drive to the top of the park, off Cambie and 33rd. Great place to take a picnic in the Summer. Close to downtown Vancouver, to continue your tour of Vancouver It is similar to...More

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Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

but disappointed in the view of Vancouver. We went because it was recommended as the best view of Vancouver but you cannot see downtown Vancouver from this park in any place we could find.

Thank Cathy S
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

This is a lovely park with some magnificent garden areas and good open spaces for a picnic or to kick a ball. Well worth a wander if you’re looking for somewhere apart from Stanley Park to get out and experience something lovely.

Thank Matvl
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Didn’t think I’d enjoy a garden as much as I enjoyed this one. Even my husband and kids thought it was great! Well worth it to pop in to see everything here. Nice walking trails.

Thank Kenzie P
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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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7 August 2018|
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Response from genevieveb761 | Reviewed this property |
Yes, a lovely one with a gorgeous outlook and a meandering path down through the gardens below
Kelly Joi G
4 August 2018|
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Response from JimandCarla | Reviewed this property |
The Canopy Walk is not in Queen Elizabeth Park. It is part of the University of British Columbia's Botanical Garden. While you are at the university, enjoy the Museum of Anthropology!
Les B
8 July 2018|
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Response from George2011 | Reviewed this property |
Both cash or CC will work