"Bloedel Conservatory" Bloedel Conservatory Tip by balhannah
Bloedel Conservatory, Vancouver: 2 reviews and 8 photos
If you are a bird lover, like gardens, nice views, cheap admission, then this is the place for you.
It is situated on a hill in Queen Elizabeth Park, easy to reach by a city bus. Inside the Conservatory the birds are wild, there are parrots and cockatoos that talk.
Over 100 birds live in here. There are also 500plants.
It is a beautifuly laid out, climate controlled environment that creates a paradise under the dome. In this beautiful setting, the pathway meanders around through lush tropical gardens. Just sit and relax for a while, and see how many birds there are.
This really is "Vancouvers tropical paradise"
Winter (September 1 through April 30)...10am to 5pm
Summer (May 1 through August 31)
9am to 8pm Mon to Fri
10am - 9pm Sat/Sun
ADULTS in 2010.......$4.60
Address: Off 33rd Avenue between Cambie and Main St
Directions: Queen Elizabeth Park
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