Queen Elizabeth Park

Queen Elizabeth Park is the second most popular park in Vancouver, next to Stanley Park, and is home to some of the most beautiful public gardens seen anywhere in the country.   At the center of the park is the Bloedel Conservatory, which is filled with exotic plants, tropical flowers a Koi pond, and, over one hundred free-flying birds of various species. No matter what time of year you go to the park, you’re bound to find something you’ve never seen before.  Features of the park include: several quarries, water features, plaza area, lots of sculptures and a pavilion, which is very often used for weddings.

In addition to the public gardens, Queen Elizabeth park has a number of recreational offerings:

  • Golf
  • Disc golf
  • Lawn bowling
  • Tennis
  • Pitch & putt
  • Tai Chi
  • Nighttime stargazing

Queen Elizabeth Park Information:

Google Map: Click here or, scan the QR code to the right with your mobile phone.
Details: Full park details
Park Map: Click here
Conservatory Admission: Park is free, but the conservatory is $5 for adults and 2.50 for children.

Click the following link to see my pictures of Queen Elizabeth Park.  If you’ve been to the park before, please post a comment below and let my readers and me know what you enjoy most?  If you’ve found this post and video helpful and/or enjoyable, please share the love by clicking the “like” button below.

Mike Shubic

Mike Shubic is a seasoned road trip travel video blogger, traversing the byways of the world looking for those hidden gems of the road. From unique destinations, unexpected discoveries, creative cuisine, intriguing inns to exciting attractions…the road is his page. The experiences are his ink. And every 300 miles, a new chapter begins. Whether you live vicariously or by example, Mike will do the exploring so you can have an adventure.

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