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Bloedel Conservatory

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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...more
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4600 Cambie Street | Queen Elizabeth Park, Vancouver, British Columbia V5Z 2Z1, Canada
Shaughnessy
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+1 604-257-8584
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Reviewed yesterday via mobile

Such a lovely, happy place. Truly uplifting and well managed. The birds are well cared for- it is a pleasure to watch.

Thank DianaSnow
Reviewed 5 days ago

This was a delightful visit, full of chances to see colorful birds, big and small, many of them flying freely and building nests in the trees and plants that fill the conservatory. We have had aviaries over the years, and this was a delight to...More

Thank marysW7053QP
Reviewed 1 week ago

Wasn't sure what to expect but this place was incredible! Was here mainly for the birds, rather than the plants, and it didn't disappoint. Lots of species and it was fun spotting them hiding - not that many were as you had to keep sharp...More

Thank SMTID
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

It's my second time visiting the conservatory and I am still amazed. The flowers are fantastic and in so many amazing colours. To top off the spectacular blooms there were also so many fantastic little birds in all shapes and sizes. The conservatory is a...More

Thank Corby T
Reviewed 1 week ago

Finches galore! I was thoroughly occupied watching these charming birds for a long period. With my trusty camera in hand - I was able to catch many beautiful shots of the birds, vegetation and water life. Luckily I was able to go when it wasn't...More

Thank Conor Mason C
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

I've been here quite a few times and each time I am amazed by the density of the plants and the beauty of the birds. I recommend doing two loops of the conservatory. The first one will be a good way to see everything and...More

Thank PrincessFi88
Reviewed 1 week ago

This little conservatory is so cool! It IS small but there is so much to see. Be sure to grab the self-guided tour map and the bird checklist at the front. It was like a scavenger hunt/ pokemon hunt to spot all the birds. I've...More

Thank Avvai K
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

We were not impressed with the conservatory. Birds were difficult to see. If you go you will spend 1 hour max.

Thank rc1078
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

For a couple of bucks you can go into this small bubble ontop of Queen E park and it's worth the price of admission. If you rush, it doesn't take long to explore the circular area but do take your time to walk; check out...More

Thank female_abroad
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

It had been quite a while since I visited the conservatory and since we had visitors from the UK it made a great stopping point. The conservatory is full of exotic birds and plants and there is a guide sheet provided to help you identify...More

Thank Ken H
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DenF83
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
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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
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1272skidoo
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.
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