Queen Elizabeth Park, Vancouver

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  • Address: 4600 Cambie St, Vancouver, BC V5Y 2M9, Canada ‎
  • Timings: 09:00 am - 05:00 pm Details
  • Phone: 1-6048737000
  • Time Required: 02:00 Hrs
  • Tags: Outdoors, Garden, Park, Family And Kids, Picnic Spot
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About Queen Elizabeth Park, Vancouver

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

Parking Rates:

  • 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
  • McDonalds
  • Kings Chinese Cuisine

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Things to Know Before Visiting Queen Elizabeth Park

  • 37.08% of people who visit Vancouver include Queen Elizabeth Park in their plan

  • 40.68% of people start their Queen Elizabeth Park visit around 09 AM - 10 AM

  • People usually take around 2 Hrs to see Queen Elizabeth Park

Monday, Tuesday and Sunday

90.03% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Queen Elizabeth Park

People normally club together Spanish Banks and Bloedel Conservatory while planning their visit to Queen Elizabeth Park.

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

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Queen Elizabeth Park, Vancouver Reviews

  • We, my wife and I, went to the solarium for a quick outing while in town. It only costs $6.50 for adults to enter. We spent 45 minutes walking through this place. Fascinating, both flora and fauna alike. Great photo opportunities for most species of birds (some are pretty quick), and excellent information on the plants housed in the solarium. Gift shop was small but had enough items to get nice souvenirs to remember your visit. Outdoor gardens and paths to enjoy a stroll. Quite a few ups and downs on the trails so be ready for a bit of a workout.

  • It's a very beautiful park throughout the year, but is especially beautiful during the summer. There are a number of things you can see and do here... there's a conservatory, pitch and putt, dine at Season's In The Park, or just go for a stroll. It's a popular spot to have a wedding ceremony as well.

  • Iconic Park in the city with view of both the downtown city, north shore mountains, and on a clear day or evening Vancouver Island. Walk around the huge flower beds on the lower level, watch the water fountains light show, play a 18 hole round of pitch and putt golf,or enjoy a meal at the Seasons in the Park restaurant. There are so many things to do here.

  • Beautiful park to go for a walk in but absalutly stunning in the summer when everything is in bloom!! You will often see people getting married in the park in the summer. There are many paths to take a long or short walk on. You can also go to the conservatory and walk through see the birds that live there and enjoy all the tropical plants that have been growing there for more than 40 years. Beautiful place to have a picnic and spend the day 🌹🥀🌸

  • A good place to go if you're a tourist in Vancouver and want to see a great view of the city. Lots of nice flowers and scenery as well as a restaurant at the top and a conservatory with birds and butterflies. The summer and spring are the best times to visit as there are lots of nice flowers and gardens, its also a good place for picnics and walks.

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