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 some great views of Vancouver over a delicious meal.
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 Line||King Edward Station||1 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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Beautiful park to walk around or go for a run. There are various trails to choose from. The upper parking lot is pay parking which is near the Blodell Conservatory and large water fountain. The park has beautiful foliage and flowers throughout the spring and summer time. On the North side, there is a duck pond. Please do not feed the wildlife as they become dependent on human food rather than their own natural survival. There are many other activities to be done throughout the park such as tennis, running, walking, visiting the conservatory, taking scenic photos, weddings, and more. Every Wednesday morning at 6:29 am, November Project Vancouver does a free fitness boot camp. Just show up in the upper parking lot to join the fun.
Thai Truong - 13 days ago
This is a beautiful 130 acre park, that was once a quarry, has spectacular gardens, city views, tennis, pitch and put and a conservatory. The flowering quarry gardens are a popular place to take wedding or family portraits. Don't miss the Henry Moore sculpture. Access to park is free but parking is pricey. Recommend taking rapid transit and walking into the park.
Dunbar Buzz - 1 month ago
Beautiful and relaxing park. Make sure you head to the top for a splendid view of Downtown and North Vancouver. Home to the Bloedel Conservatory which is definitely worth its money. Short trails take you past some very nice gardens.
Dietbrand Tollenaere - 1 month ago
As a newcomer to Canada, I love how many parks are available around. On top of the list of parks to visit in Vancouver is Queen Elizabeth park. It's truly beautiful. I highly recommend coming during fall when everything is yellow and orange. Be sure to prepare for a lot of walking and wear appropriate shoes.
Celine Marie Barrozo - 2 months ago
Nice park to visit. Parking is not free (like in Stanley Park also). There is one main central place with everything - a water fountain, a big cemented plaza, and a small wedding hall. The Bloedel Conservatory is not too expensive and is worth the money. There is a small pond on the northeastern corner of the park with some nice ducks. No feeding the ducks!
Chok Sheak Lau - 3 months ago