Bloedel Conservatory

Currently Open [Closes at 05:00 pm]
  • Address: 4600 Cambie St, Vancouver, BC V5Y, Canada
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  • Timings: 09:00 am - 09:00 pm Details
  • Phone: +1-6042578584
  • Ticket Price: 5 USD
  • Time Required: 01:00 Hrs
  • Tags: Garden, Walking Area, Leisure, Family And Kids

Bloedel Conservatory - Review

Built in the late 1960’s, the Bloedel Conservatory is home to over 100 birds of different species. The stunning dome accommodates a variety of plants and provide a haven for tree lovers. Take a walk here during any season to unwind and relax as you explore the conservatory and see colourful birds fly around.

A leisurely stroll around the rest of the Queen Elizabeth Park embellished with statues and foot bridges, is the perfect way to wrap up the visit.

Bloedel Conservatory Ticket Prices

General Admission:

  • Adult: $ 4.76
  • Senior: $ 3.33
  • Youth: $ 3.33
  • Child: $ 2.43
  • Family (1-2 Adults of the same household and their children): at child rate
  • Pre-schoolers: Free

Prices do not include GST

How To reach Bloedel Conservatory by Public Transport

  • By Bus: WB Midlothian Ave FS Clancy Loranger Way
  • By Skytrain: King Edward (2 kilometers away)
  • By Taxi
  • By renting a Car/ Bicycle/Scooter.

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TripHobo Highlights for Bloedel Conservatory

  • Bloedel Conservatory Address: 4600 Cambie St, Vancouver, BC V5Y, Canada
  • Bloedel Conservatory Contact Number: +1-6042578584
  • Bloedel Conservatory Timing: 09:00 am - 09:00 pm
  • Bloedel Conservatory Price: 5 USD
  • Best time to visit Bloedel Conservatory(preferred time): 10:30 am - 03:00 pm
  • Time required to visit Bloedel Conservatory: 01:00 Hrs
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Things to Know Before Visiting Bloedel Conservatory

  • 13.34% of people who visit Vancouver include Bloedel Conservatory in their plan

  • 39.43% of people start their Bloedel Conservatory visit around 12 PM - 1 PM

  • People usually take around 1 Hr to see Bloedel Conservatory

Wednesday, Saturday and Sunday

68.48% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Bloedel Conservatory

People normally club together Queen Elizabeth Park and Vandusen Botanical Garden while planning their visit to Bloedel Conservatory.

* The facts given above are based on traveler data on TripHobo and might vary from the actual figures

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Bloedel Conservatory, Vancouver Reviews

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  • We've lived in Vancouver for over 20 years and have never previously thought to come to the Bloedel Conservatory until we decided to bring a guest from out of town. Turns out, we've really been missing out on a true gem of a place. We loved it!! If you love gardens, you will be amazed at all the interesting plant species in here! Fun for kids too because many different species of birds to spot and entertaining parrots/cockatoos!

  • This is a beautiful conservatory with many birds, mainly finches. They're all around, and if you're lucky or observant, you might spot a few of the birds' little nests around the area. It's a great place to spend an afternoon, and can easily take up to an hour. The conservatory is filled with beautiful foliage and tropical plants as well, so it's great for plant lovers, not just bird lovers! I highly recommend coming earlier in the day, or later in the evening, as the sun shining from directly above does make it a little glaring and difficult to spot birds at times. The admission fee is affordable, there's no reason to skip this if you're looking for an enjoyable afternoon!

  • Absolutely wonderful! It was a nice addition to the visit to the Park! You may be fooled into thinking your stop here will be short, but you will want to go two maybe three times around the conservatory, like I did! And if you take the self guided tour like I did, you could be there for a couple hours. I wish the signs for the tour we're easier to find, but otherwise it was an awesome experience. Definitely recommend!

  • Really amazing plants and birds! It is a single walking loop and it is, of course, extremely humid, but a really fun experience. There are amazing plants and flowers that are situated beautifully but the birds were mine and my daughter’s favorite part. They have different kinds of beautiful parrots and other birds that are really close to the paths and fly by you. Glad we went!

  • A small but beautiful conservatory packed with exotic plants, birds and butterflies. Very reasonably priced entrance fee. I came while the corpse flower was blooming so there was an insane lineup to get in, despite the extreme summer heat. The staff set up canopies, handed out bottled water, and even lent out umbrellas from their gift store to ensure people lining up in the sun didn't suffer heat stroke. I'm sure the cost for all those things was far more than the tiny entrance fee they charged. You could tell they just wanted to let as many people have a chance to see the flower as possible. Absolutely amazing staff! Definitely worth a drop by if you're visiting QE park.

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