Vancouver’s Bloedel Conservatory Is The Tropical Escape We All Need Right Now

Travel & Outdoors
VanDusen Bloedel Conservatory

The VanDusen Bloedel Conservatory offers a dome of lush plants, sounds, and birds, all of which mimic being in a tropical oasis.

Located at the top of Queen Elizabeth Park, at the highest point of Vancouver, this has been a tourist attraction for many years. However, given that restrictions have limited travel to tropical destinations, the conservatory can serve locals a temporary escape.

The tropical paradise created within the dome even has warmer temperatures to sustain the plant and bird life it hosts. There are more than 120 free-flying exotic birds, 500 exotic plants and flowers to see.


Take A Look Inside The VanDusen Bloedel Conservatory


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If you’re in need a tropical escape, the Bloedel Conservatory is open with safety measures in place.

You can drop by between 10am to 3:45pm daily. Reserving tickets online in advance is recommended.


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