Bloedel Conservatory, Vancouver
About Bloedel Conservatory, Vancouver
Bloedel Conservatory, Vancouver - Address, Phone Number, Ticket Price
Address: 4600 Cambie St, Vancouver, BC V5Y, Canada
Ticket Price: 5 USD
Time Required: 01:00 Hrs
Timings: 09:00 am - 09:00 pm Details
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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
- 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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The bloedel conservatory is very cool and worth a visit. The cost is low while the excitement is high. There are plenty of awesome tropical plants to observe. They have 20+ species of birds flying around that you can find with the help of their bird guide. They also have a self guided tour that is interesting and informational. It is a very fun adventure if you're into birds and/or plants.
My wife and I stopped in to see all the pretty little birds! So very cute! Had a wonderful time and it was great stop during a cold walk around Queen Elizabeth park
Absolutely a must see! Beautiful garden inside with lots of exotic birds and plants, a little river with salmon and a charming little bridge taking you to explore even more this amazing oasis. It is a gem and the entrance fee (aprox. $5) is worth every penny. Couldn't recommend it more. I visit the Conservatory every time I go to Queen Elizabeth Park.
What could be nicer than a quick visit to the tropical rain forest here in the Northwest rain forest? The conservatory has free flying colorful finches before a riot of flowers and jungle plants. To top it off there are two showstopping Greenwing Macaws, the 2d largest of the big parrots, plus a blue and gold Macaw, pink cockatoos and a curious African gray parrot. You can't see these birds otherwise unless you fly to Costa Rica.
This just 30 minutes to go through but the birds are wonderful. The serounding garden is beautiful with breathtaking views of the city. If you couple it with lunch at Seasons restaurant it makes for a great afternoon
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