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Queen Elizabeth Park, Vancouver: 19 reviews and 41 photos

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This one of the famous parks of Vancouver. It is free to get inside. The garden is so beautiful - a mixture of the east and the west. There is a fountain outside where Shelby went and played. I wasn't so sure if we were allowed then but my daughter just wanted to go and play with the water!

We walked down the paths of the garden - such beautifully laid out - the colorful and lush bushes, trees and other multiple-colored fauna were nicely planted to give a better view of the garden. There are little pools and bridges that connects one garden to another. The maple trees are beautiful especially the different classes of Japanese maple trees they chose to plant.

The walk way to the park overlooking some parts of Vancouver was planted with zinnias! (It was summer time when we visited here). The flowers were large and beautiful...The colors of all the plants and flowers they planted are wonderful to see!

Address: Cambie & W 33rd Ave, Vancouver
Directions: South of downtown Vancouver, just off Cambie Street
Phone: 604-873-7000
Website: http://vancouver.ca/parks-recreation-culture/queen-elizabeth-park.aspx

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  • Updated Jan 2, 2009
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