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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” (38 reviews)
“rainy day” (36 reviews)
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4600 Cambie St | West 33rd Ave, Vancouver, British Columbia V5Z 2Z1, Canada
4600 Cambie St | West 33rd Ave, Vancouver, British Columbia V5Z 2Z1, Canada
+1 604-257-8584
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Reviewed yesterday via mobile

It's a really good place for meeting if you like animals and specially birds. You can see a lot of tropical birds flying under the dome, taking good pictures and watching them mating and sharing common spaces.

Thank Diego C
Reviewed 3 days ago via mobile

Worth a visit all year round. Lovely to have birds roaming and flying freely around you. Pretty inexpensive.

Thank KFF77
Reviewed 4 days ago

We enjoyed visiting Bloedel Conservatory on a chilly/foggy day when we needed a short and relatively inexpensive activity wiht our toddler. The facility is small, but well laid out, so we spent a good 30-40 minutes here exploring the birds and plants in the warm,...More

Thank NDillinger
Reviewed 5 days ago

What a fun way to spend a couple of hours in tropical warmth. The birds and plant life were all beautiful.

Thank Brad W
Reviewed 1 week ago

A friend gave me tickets for the special Holiday Heights event at the Bloedel Conservatory, so it was free entry and free parking. Despite it being free, I thought it was rather boring because it was dark (as it's open for the evening during this...More

Thank Vancouver_Roary
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

The Bloedel Conservatory at the highest point of the city of Vancouver provides a warm escape on a wintery day. Inside among the lush tropical plants there are numerous colourful birds on perches, flying and pecking at the many food stations. We visited with a...More

Thank bollucks
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

For the price, this is a must see! The plants are gorgeous and the birds are just phenomenal. you are really up close and personal with them

Thank Jessica R
Reviewed 5 December 2017

Three of us really enjoyed a couple of hours within the Conservatory.... It's like being in a little jungle...lush and humid and such a nice contrast from a grey Vancouver day! I knew there would be some birds around but didn't imagine they would be...More

Thank TorontoCarol
Reviewed 3 December 2017

lovely tropical plants, beautiful birds, informative hosts. A pleasant place to spend a couple of hours.

Thank Rob B
Reviewed 1 December 2017

This is a fantastic place to visit, especially on a rainy, cold day. It is always warm and toasty inside. The large glass dome is bright, even on a dark day. I love all the tropical flowers and birds singing and flying around.

Thank tgvacation
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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.
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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.