Queen Elizabeth ParkCurrently Closed
- Address: 4600 Cambie St, Vancouver, BC V5Y 2M9, Canada
- Timings: 09:00 am - 05:00 pm Details
- Phone: 1-6048737000
- Ticket Price: Free
- Time Required: 02:00 Hrs
- Tags: Outdoors, Garden, Park, Family And Kids, Picnic Spot
Queen Elizabeth Park - Review
Vancouver has the most amazing Public Parks. They are an amalgamation of the Natural Beauty of the Park with the way it has been preserved makes it a refreshing site for weary travelers in Vancouver. The best part is that the Park is free and you can visit it any time you want to. Well-landscaped and even better maintained, the many shades and colors of the park are an absolute delight. The place is perfect for a lazy afternoon picnic or morning strolls.
The lovely Celebration Pavilion is a must visit. You can also check out the Bloedel Floral Conservatory if you are a nature lover. It is home to varied species of flowering plants. The Quarry Gardens are also a very pleasant place to see. Worth noting are the several sculptures and fountains places around the park. If you are the artsy types do check out the Painters' Corner for inspiration as well as refuge.
Queen Elizabeth Park in Vancouver is one of those places which will help you to embrace nature in the most perfect manner. The well maintained park is a great place for an afternoon picnic and great to take evening walks. While Queen Elizabeth Park tickets are free of any charge, you can easily opt for the Queen Elizabeth Park tours. The Queen Elizabeth Park tour tickets are available at a very affordable price. The Queen Elizabeth Park tours are very well guided and is a perfect way to explore the scenic park. Also, visit the popular attractions in the city by following Vancouver Itinerary 4 Days.
Queen Elizabeth Park Information
- Do carry some water with you.
- The parking is paid.
- Being a public park, the place is open at all times.
- For the maintenance of the park, parking fees need to be paid for vehicles.
- Entry to the park is free.
Queen Elizabeth Park Ticket Prices
- 1st May to 30th September: $3.25 (per hour) & $11 (per day)
- 1st October to 30th April: $2.25 (per hour) & $6 ( per day)
- Annual Pass: $117
Queen Elizabeth Park Opening and Closing Hours
- Conservatory is open: 10:00am–5:00pm
How To reach Queen Elizabeth Park by Public Transport
- Queen Edward Station Southbound (TRAIN) #15 to Cambie St.
- Nearby bus station: NB Cambie St FS w 33 Ave
Restaurants Near Queen Elizabeth Park
- Au Petit cafe
- Kings Chinese Cuisine
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Things to Know Before Visiting Queen Elizabeth Park
95% of people who visit Vancouver include Queen Elizabeth Park in their plan
10 AM - 11 AM
30.67% of people start their Queen Elizabeth Park visit around 10 AM - 11 AM
1 Hr 30 Minutes
People usually take around 1 Hr 30 Minutes to see Queen Elizabeth Park
90.64% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Queen Elizabeth Park
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Queen Elizabeth Park, Vancouver Reviews
Beautiful park and vista of Vancouver. The Celebration Plaza is very nice. I find it amusing that the signs say don't Wade in the fountain but didn't the designers know that's exactly what everyone would do? I saw kids in swimming suits hanging out there. There's no place to eat except the expensive Seasons restaurant up there. The quarry gardens were beautifully done.
Hidden gem inside Vancouver. Highly under appreciated park, grounds are expansive, tons of space to run and play, have a picnic under a tree, watch blooming cherry trees in spring. Trails around, into the crater are intricately planted with a wide variety of plants. Great views from top concrete plaza. Favorite location for wedding photos in summertime. Bloedel conservatory has lovely plants and renovated roof, worth a look to see parrots and birds inside. Seasons on the park is a wonderful classy restaurant with great views, try lunch menu if on a budget. Parking is pay by meter but can be found outside park, but be prepared to hike uphill if so inclined.
A cute and very accessible park. Located on a hill in the middle of Vancouver, this park is filled with a variety of beautiful and slightly exotic fauna that could keep you wandering for hours. Aside from this, the park has small attractions and mildly kept lawns. Even you're willing to pay you can enjoy the observatory located at the top of the hill. Additionally there are other free attractions such as lawn bowling, a rose garden, and a large fountain. This park would have scored higher, but its main attractions are smaller and less comparable to some more destination worthy parks in the area. A beautiful park to visit if near by and available, but no need venture to far out of your way to visit.
Lots of pay parking at the top and lots of cheaper street parking at the bottom where the duck ponds are. Depending on where you will spend your day the park has many points of reference and beautiful scenery. The most attractive Is the sunken garden area with the small waterfall. Once all the flowers are in bloom in summer it is a busy hotbed for outdoor wedding photos and those who appreciate viewing flower arrangements from behind a line. Please do not step or let your kids step on the flower beds as things are constantly growing. A great park to have a small romantic dinner at the seasons restaurant or down by the duck ponds. Or even a large family gathering for the day. The cherry blossom festival is finished by May.
To find nd some peace and quiet after visiting Granville Island, we took the bus to Queen Elizabeth Park and were not disappointed. The flowers were just steadying to bloom, the grass was green, and the gardens were gorgeous. We walked through the conservatory and were delighted to see the tropical vegetation and birds. Was well worth the few dollars it cost. Definitely hot and humid in the conservatory so dress in layers that you can remove to be comfortable.