Get ready to be part of Bloedel Conservatory: Indoor Tropical Garden in Vancouver, with the tour available from Monday to Sunday from 10 am to 6 pm.
Located in Central Vancouver and a 15-minute drive from downtown Vancouver, Bloedel Conservatory is a lush paradise housing hundreds of flora and birds.
It is a must-visit conservatory for nature enthusiasts in Vancouver that offers breathtaking views and a soul-soothing experience in the midst of the bustling West Coast City.
About the Tour
Feel the magic and enchantment of Bloedel Conservatory, a tropical oasis, situated exactly in the center of lively Vancouver city.
This is a one-day experience, which lets you explore more than a hundred exotic birds and half a thousand ecstatic plants.
With a heritage of more than half a century, this garden will always give you an unforgettable experience. You can walk along the designated sidewalks of the garden and explore the conservatory at your own pace.
The garden is surrounded by 200-plus birds, flying above freely, and get to witness the beautiful orchids, figs, banyan trees, and pretty blossoms. The habitat of the garden resembles a subtropical rainforest that is home to exotic flora and fauna.
Surround yourself with fresh air, as this garden is sure to ignite a newfound ecstasy for all nature lovers.
About the Venue and Accessibility
This tropical garden is located within a 15-minute drive from Downtown Vancouver and is situated at the highest point of Queen Elizabeth Park,
The Bloedel Conservatory Garden is fully accessible by wheelchairs, scooters, and walkers. Also, accessible washrooms are at ease.
About the Tickets
Tickets can be easily bought from the Fever. Tickets for Bloedel Conservatory are available on most days.
They are categorized in the following format for the respective age groups.
- Senior (65+) for $5.46
- Youth (13-18) for $5.46
- Adult (19-64) for $9.22
About the Timings and Climate Sustainability
The conservatory is open on most days including weekdays and weekends. Opening hours are 10:00 am to 6:00 pm from Monday to Sunday. It takes almost 45 to 60 min to walk through the Conservatory.
Bloedel Conservatory is a clean energy-based park and has very few emissions. There is a large heat pump installed in the park to maintain temperatures.
This heat pump uses hydroelectric energy to make it clean. There have been major lighting upgrades like the fitting of energy-efficient LEDs, which reduced carbon emissions by 90%.
Things to Keep in Mind
- Do not bring any outside food or drinks other than bottled water.
- Children should be accompanied by adult guardians. Take care of your personal belongings.
- Pets are strictly not allowed at the conservatory except for service dogs and identified guides.
This journey is an absolute not to miss. Don’t let it slip through if you are in Vancouver!
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Get Ready to Experience the Dazzling Bloedel Conservatory in Vancouver Today
- What- Explore the Bloedel Conservatory in Vancouver.
- Where- Bloedel Conservatory, located at Vancouver’s 4600 Cambie Street.
- Date and Time- Select your date and time while buying tickets for the tour.
- Tickets- Click here to book your tickets on Fever.