Greenhouse Garden is located in the elevation of Queen Elizabeth Park, from which you can see the center of Vancouver. There is a big square outside the greenhouse garden. Tourists can have a rest here. The greenhouse garden keeps a variety of precious tropical animals and plants, which is good.
Bradler Flower and Bird Greenhouse is on the top of the slope of Queen Elizabeth Park. The slope is not high. The top of the slope is a garden. Next to it, we see a circular building built of glass. We think it is a resting place. When we go in, we find a greenhouse flower and bird garden with 10 dollar tickets. There are not many birds, mainly parrots.
There are several major attractions in the park, including elaborate totem poles, large stone carvings and a Korean pavilion, all of which have their own characteristics. Fandusen Botanical Garden has collected a large number of azaleas, European beech cultivars, pears, wax trees and magnolias. There is a small garden of Shinan genus in the park, which is mainly a cultivar of holly acquifolium. Botanical gardens are suitable for people of all ages and different social backgrounds. Many exhibited plants have labels and related geographical origins, so that visitors can have a deeper understanding of plants.
One of those almost too easy to miss, quintessential stops in the grandeur Queen Elizabeth Park - a beautiful English garden blossoming landscapes of florals. First round of walking on the pathways in the dome, to admire the long-term residents of the bloedel - free-flying tropical birds of all types, among the luscious plantlife; second round to take ample pictures of these amazing creatures to keep in memory.
Maybe it's rainy outside, maybe it's chilly outside, but the garden inside is always warm as spring. Here, from Africa, America, Asia and other continents, all kinds of animals flying in the sky, running on the ground and swimming in the water come together to make absolute close contact with you.
Bloedel Conservatory is a domed lush paradise located in Queen Elizabeth Park atop the City of Vancouver’s highest point. More than 100 free-flying exotic birds, 500 exotic plants and flowers, and koi fish thrive within its temperature-controlled environment. A great place to take the kids on a rainy day.
Bloedel Conservatory is great. Before you go around the dome, remember to take all guides, and follow them. Super fun, and tells you a lot. Give the Bloedel quite some time, because you will need to go around the dome at least 3 times. It's a little small, but worth going anyway.
At Queen Elizabeth park, 10 mins walk from house. Fun for kids and adults to see all the critters and creatures in their natural habitat.
Love this place, its great for a rainy day.