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

Official Website: Queen Elizabeth Park Vancouver

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

Regular Hours:
May differ on holidays

  • Monday: 6:00 AM – 10:00 PM
  • Tuesday: 6:00 AM – 10:00 PM
  • Wednesday: 6:00 AM – 10:00 PM
  • Thursday: 6:00 AM – 10:00 PM
  • Friday: 6:00 AM – 10:00 PM
  • Saturday: 6:00 AM – 10:00 PM
  • Sunday: 6:00 AM – 10:00 PM

Address: 4600 Cambie St, Vancouver, BC V5Z 2Z1, Canada

Phone: (604) 873-7000

Official Website: Queen Elizabeth Park Vancouver


Rated 4.7 out of 5Queen Elizabeth Park Star Rating

5 Star Rating Very good and peaceful location. Great fit as a picnic spot for family and friends. Fountain is really great for kids to enjoy. View is amazing from this site. Flowers used all around the place are so colourful and cheering. Place really gives warm and positive vibes. Must try walking barefoot in the grassy area, shade is great to sit around to enjoy the place. 💯💯
Megha Dhawan - 25 days ago

5 Star Rating We like walking our dog to the dog park at Queen Elizabeth Park, especially on sunny days. Our dog is always happy, smiling, cannot stop wagging his tail whenever we bring him to the park, cause he knows he can run around on the grass, very spacious, and play with other dogs. The park is big and beautiful, a bit hilly at some parts, a lot of trees and flowers, including cherry blossoms in spring time. We celebrated our daughter's birthday in Seasons in the Park last year, a nice fine dining restaurant inside the park. It's nice because we live nearby about 10 minutes of walking, so whenever we need some fresh air or need to be in a spacious open place, we can always come to the park, just to sit under a big tree, picnic, nice place for reading, playing with dog, walking, cycling, jogging, breathing... 😊
Dewi Trisnawati Tjahjadi - 3 months ago

5 Star Rating Beautiful walk. Lots of nice things to see and enjoy. The blodel conservatory has some amazing plants and always love to see beautiful birds. The love locks are super cool. And there is a locks dated from 1940's will you be able to find it??
Jen I - 2 months ago

5 Star Rating A MUST SEE if you're in the area. I come here around 3 times a week. There's a really beautiful restaurant in the park as well as a pretty biodome. But you don't need to spend any money to enjoy the park. Between the really lush gardens, the fruitful blackberry bushes in the late summer time, so many beautiful sitting areas, you'll be spoiled for choice! I personally come here to hang out with friends, have a beer and the drinking area, paint, see the mountains, exercise (running up that hill is a good way to get the heart moving), and anything in between.
Kathrine F - 2 months ago

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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.

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