Bloedel Conservatory Admission Ticket


1 day (Approx.)
Free cancellation
1 - 10
Mobile ticket

Overview

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Experience the colors and scents of the tropics year-round! Bloedel Conservatory is a domed lush paradise located in Queen Elizabeth Park atop the City of Vancouver’s highest point. More than 100 exotic birds, koi and 500 exotic plants and flowers thrive within its temperature-controlled environment. Constructed through a very generous donation from Prentice Bloedel, Bloedel was dedicated at its opening in 1969 “to a better appreciation and understanding of the world of plants."

Inclusions

  • One time entry into Bloedel Conservatory
  • Entry/Admission - Bloedel Conservatory

What to expect

Visit: Bloedel Conservatory, 4600 Cambie Street Queen Elizabeth Park, Vancouver, British Columbia V5Y 2M4 Canada

Whether you are interested in beautifully colored birds, tropical forests and flowers, or the more subtle scents of a healing garden, Bloedel Conservatory offers something for every member of your family.

Wander among 200, colorful free flying birds! You will find red, blue and dwarf Macaws, African parrots, exotic Finches and Chinese pheasants at Bloedel. Don’t be surprised if they answer when you say hello. Chatty parrots and 230 free-flying birds appear effortlessly at home in the exotic environment of Bloedel Conservatory. Handy bird guides and a children’s scavenger hunt are available at the front desk.

Explore the tropical ecosystems! Bloedel Conservatory contains three different climate zones, and demonstrates the importance of habitat protection and plant conservation. Biodiversity greatly increases closer to the equator, and many of the world’s most endangered ecosystems are found there. The first zone is the tropical rain forest. The tropical rain forest habitat is the most complex and diverse ecosystem on earth. One hectare of some rain forests have been found to contain more tree species than exist in all of Canada. next is the subtropical rain forest habitat with brighter light and less humidity is ideal for growing orchids. Banyan and fig trees are the perfect backdrop for these exotic blooms. Finally in the desert zone, humidity is kept low to simulate life in the desert. Succulents and cacti are the stars in this area of the Conservatory. Bloedel Conservatory offers a taste of each these ecosystems.

A healing garden engages the senses and the Bloedel Conservatory does just that. The most obvious of these is sight, but smell, touch, taste and auditory input can all be present. We gain positive effects on our emotional, mental, physical, spiritual, and social well being from being exposed to nature or horticultural activities.

Time of tour

Bloedel Conservatory Admission Ticket
3/1/2022 - 9/30/2022
Monday - Sunday : 10:00 AM - 05:00 PM
10/1/2022 - 12/24/2022
Monday - Sunday : 10:00 AM - 04:00 PM

Additional information

  • Confirmation will be received at time of booking
  • Wheelchair accessible
  • Children 4 and under are free
  • Bloedel is wheelchair accessible
  • Stroller accessible
  • Service animals allowed
  • Near public transportation
  • Transportation is wheelchair accessible
  • Surfaces are wheelchair accessible
  • Most travelers can participate
  • This tour/activity will have a maximum of 20 travelers
  • Face masks required for travelers in public areas
  • Hand sanitizer available to travelers and staff
  • Social distancing enforced throughout experience
  • Regularly sanitized high-traffic areas
  • We are currently operating under designated time slots to best monitor a safe capacity. Entry to the conservatory is contactless, with ticket scanning through Plexiglas.

Exclusions

  • Food and drinks
  • Transportation to/from attraction
  • Special event entry is not included

Ticket delivery

You can present either a paper or an electronic voucher for this activity.

Cancellation

For a full refund, cancel at least 24 hours in advance of the start time of the experience.
John and LaDonn... W
April 2022

Birds were great! Well maintained, pleasant walk through the convservatory. It was clean, lots of photo opportunities.

bestdaysofourlives
April 2022

Excessive $45 parking fine The City of Vancouver’s gouging ruined our experience at the Conservatory. I’d suggest skipping this park for neighbour communities that are more focused on serving you than filling their pockets

Jennifer Y
April 2022

Hot and humid! Beautiful garden beds and flowers. The birds were interesting. The location was smaller than I thought so it doesn't take you much time to get through it but you can go around multiple times. Located in Queen Elizabeth park with some great views of the city and close to the r...

CanadianGoesAbroad
April 2022

I came twice, once by myself and once with my husband. The admission is a fair price for a couple rounds through the conservatory. Don't forget to look down too! I missed a pheasant and partridge my husband noticed hiding in the underbrush. It is the perfect outing for a rainy afternoon.

WilsonLin
March 2022

We had a fun quick afternoon stroll in here. It was super fun and interesting going through it. The plants and birds are all so cool, definitely worth checking out once.

Chloe_C
March 2022

It was beautiful and humid, my boyfriend and I had a wonderful time walking around the dome. There wasn’t an issue with having to wait to continue on, and there was so much to see. Will definitely be coming back :)

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