Beautiful place and so inexpensive compared to other Vancouver attractions. The birds look happy and well kept and the gardens nearby are magnificent!
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Tropical foliage under a glass geodesic dome is home to a stunning collection of birds, many parrots. There's a cozy meandering path around this environment and display of tropical birds in their habitat and frequent places to sit to enoy the rare air, take a...More
Loved learning about the beautiful birds. Nice checklist given at beginning to help you spot the various birds.
Birds and beautiful plants all under one dome. Ample parking. Reasonable entrance fees. Great photo opportunities. Several areas where the birds let you get really close for great photos! My son picked this place and we were pleasantly surprised. Definitely recommend going! We wanted to...More
You only need 2 hours here but you get to see so much for such a low price. So many wonderful birds. The flora and fauna are also so beautiful. So much under one dome. Take your camera!
What a great little gem in the middle of the lovely Queen Elizabeth Gardens. I was surprised to see some children 4 to 12 years old having a delightful time with the birds. Sometimes the birds would call out and the children would mimic them...More
Tropical forest and birds under one roof. This place best at rainy or wintery days but as pleasant in the summer. As a local I visit this place yearly. Just can't have enough of it. Visitors, please do not miss it.
The perfect 1 hour distraction. A beautiful view and then in to the lush green tropical setting with fish and birds. It smells great looks great and you will forget every thing for a least an hour.
of ALL ages. My grandkids love it there and it's just long enough to hold their attention. I love all the flora and fauna all under a glass dome that I remember going to when I was a little kid.