Bloedel Conservatory, Vancouver

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Address: 4600 Cambie St, Vancouver, BC V5Y, Canada

Phone: +1-6042578584

Ticket Price: 5 USD

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Time Required: 01:00 Hrs

Timings: 09:00 am - 09:00 pm Details

Currently Closed

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Garden, Walking Area, Leisure, Family And Kids

Website: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki?curid=8217784

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About Bloedel Conservatory, Vancouver

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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Bloedel Conservatory, Vancouver Reviews

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  • 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! 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.

  • Beautiful plants and birds and it's nice and warm! Also, when you go outside it's a wonderful view of the city. It's very cheap and definitely worth it. The staff has an immense amount of knowledge about the birds, so I would definitely recommend approaching them if you see them waking around. The birds are gorgeous and get really close, they are super adorable! It's just a really calming place to be.

  • It is always a pleasure to visit to the Bloedel. The place is beautiful and very interesting. The surrounding area also breathtakingly amazing. Nice Sunday afternoon program to the whole family.

  • Great place to take the family and the prices were quite reasonable. The Arctic Oasis display was quite interesting and it was still quite warm and humid despite the weather outside. Plenty of birds and plants to see with a lot of the plants decorated with lights for the festive season.

  • It's a phenomenal structure, glass dome built in 1966 but renovated in 2013, they have tropical birds that can speak, especially Cramer, the white cockatoo, who used to live in a fraternity house and knows all kinds of really obscene phrases. Go on a cold winter day. Warms you right up. In addition to tropical plants are amazing. The cacti in particular - incredible how they can grow them.

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