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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
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4600 Cambie St, Vancouver, British Columbia V5Y 2M4, Canada
Shaughnessy
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+1 604-873-7000
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Reviewed 12 October 2012

I visited the park on my own, and took the Skytrain then walked 4-5- blcoks to get there. Starting at the "bottom" and walking all the way to the top was a bit strenuous but enjoyable -- I finally got off the road & just...More

1  Thank Jules307
Reviewed 8 October 2012

it's been a awhile since I was there but when I went there it was for a baseball game went early to wander around the park in the middle of a city beautiful flowers and nice trails to walk around quite time

Thank Larry J
Reviewed 6 October 2012

If we weren't on a tour, we probably wouldn't have gone to this park It was a bit rushed as they close at 5:00pm on the nose! Sunken garden is pretty, but the gardens in Victoria are prettier and bigger One item our tour guide...More

Thank Northernfly
Reviewed 6 October 2012

this a wonderfull FREE park ! at spring you will find a lot of colours !! but this park is great all the year long !!

Thank Robert D
Reviewed 5 October 2012

The park is on high point in the city. Great views overlooking downtown Vancouver and gardens. Seasons restaurant is excellent. Sunday brunch is always on my list with friends and family when visiting.

Thank Jerry W
Reviewed 4 October 2012

Night or day this park is busy. During the day, check out the gardens they are awesome for a public park. At night, well, there are some odd groups that carry out their religious beliefs in the middle of the night up top among other...More

Thank Chris S
Reviewed 3 October 2012

Queen Elizabeth Park is a must see destination spot in Vancouver, BC. It is a great vantage point to view downtown Vancouver and get great photos. The Quarry Gardens are beautiful and the plaza has dancing waters, impressive fountains. Season's in the Park restaurant has...More

Thank Anneband
Reviewed 1 October 2012

Queen Elizabeth Park, in Vancouver, BC, is a convenient, walkable and enchanting interlude if you have an hour or so in the city. It is 50+ years old, so has a lot of established plantings and trees. It is built in an old quarry, though...More

Thank Mike A
Reviewed 30 September 2012

A small gem crammed with exotic plants, birds and information. The views of the city can't be beaten, and the manicured gardens are delightful from many angles.

Thank TrnrMom
Reviewed 30 September 2012

It's best to drive to the top parking lot, starting at the fountain and walk down. There are several sections of the gardens that are labeled, colorful and bright flower/plant arrangements that are all very well done (the best I have seen). At the top...More

1  Thank RonandNichole
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Shaughnessy
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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50Longhorn
21 September 2018|
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Response from Augusto B | Reviewed this property |
You should take two buses if tou are in downtown. My suggestion is to Google it and find out the beat choices for where you are
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kanagram
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
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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!
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