Queen Elizabeth Park and the Bloedel Conservatory

Located on the highest point within Vancouver city limits, Queen Elizabeth Park features beautiful gardens, spectacular views and the Bloedel Conservatory

Queen Elizabeth Park Garden with Vancouver and North Shore Mountains in background
Queen Elizabeth Park Garden with Vancouver and North Shore Mountains in background cc licensed photo by Kkmd

Queen Elizabeth Park is a beautiful 130 acre park situated at the highest point along a ridge that runs east-west across the City of Vancouver. With its highest point 152 metres above sea level, this hilltop park offers visitors to Vancouver stunning views of the city, especially on a nice day.

Some of the highlights of this beautiful park include an arboretum with over 1500 trees, a beautiful quarry garden, and the amazing Bloedel geodesic dome floral conservatory filled with tropical flowers and plants and free flying tropical birds. If you are looking for an upscale dining experience you can book a table at the Seasons in the Park restaurant where you will enjoy a memorable meal with beautiful views of Vancouver.

Due to its beautiful setting Queen Elizabeth Park is also a very popular location for wedding photography. For complete details about this beautiful park see the official website above.

Facts For Your Visit

Fee: No, except for a small fee to enter the Conservatory

Hours: Mon-Sun 24/7

Address: Stanley Park, Vancouver, BC

Website: Queen Elizabeth Park Vancouver


SkyTrain Line Nearest Station Walking Time
Canada LineKing Edward Station1 Minute

How to get to Queen Elizabeth Park Vancouver by SkyTrain

Catch the #15 Cambie bus southbound on Cambie Street right in front of King Edward Station. Get off at West 33rd Avenue which is right across from the Parks main entrance. Alternately you can cross over to the far side of Cambie from King Edward Station and walk south (to your right) for 5 blocks (about a 9 minute walk to West 30th Avenue where you can walk right into the park.

Map & Instant Route Finder

Click&Go Map and Route Finder with public transit, walking, driving or cycling directions. Get up-to-the-minute transit times for your route.

Load Street View
Load Interactive Map
Finding Your Route - Please Wait


Rated 4.6 out of 5

5 Star Rating Rain or sunshine. This park is one of the nicest in Vancouver. Visit the conservatory on top of the hill, play some ⛳ and have your picture taken with the amazing views of Vancouver in the background

Chef Lekker - 3 days ago

4 Star Rating Lovely park, you can easily spend a couple of hours here, which we did and topped off with a visit to see the birds in the tropical house. A great way to spend a morning before heading back to the city for lunch.

Kathryn Martinez - 14 days ago

5 Star Rating A nice park with a great view of downtown, especially during sunset. The park has basketball courts for those looking for a pickup game and a good restaurant at the top of the hill with a stunning view. Great place to have a picnic or go out and enjoy the weather. Fun place to toboggan down in the snow. The locations is very central in the suburbs and is a short drive for most people.

Jag Gill - 17 days ago

5 Star Rating This park is stunning. The views are absolutely amazing. This location is great for viewing meteor showers (if you are in Vancouver). As well, it is not unheard-of to see TV shows and movies film here near the conservatory and Seasons in the Park.

Tashlin Naidoo - 1 month ago

5 Star Rating A beautiful park at the top of Vancouver. Little Mountain is the highest point in Vancouver at 500m with a stunning view of the city and North Mountains. The Bloedel Conservatory, the fountains and sculptures, the beautifully maintained gardens and walking trails, Seasons restaurant at the top, pitch and putt, lawn bowling, tennis, roller hockey, basketball, a dog area, and the outlaying grounds we play Capture the Flag on every two weeks in the summer make this the park with something for everyone! It is absolutely as gorgeous as all the photos you've seen, if not more so! The parking lot at the park is pay parking but there is also street parking in the area. The Conservatory has an entry fee.

T LC - 2 months ago


Spectacular colours of fall at Queen Elizabeth Park

Photo Gallery

Guarantee your spot on an exciting Vancouver Tour

Sightseeing in Vancouver
Visiting Vancouver?
Here's why we use Booking.com for our hotel bookings.
Best Selection
Daily Deals
Price Matching
Pay at the Hotel
24/7 Support
Help us grow! Please Share
Try our Hotelfinder