Bloedel Conservatory

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4600 Cambie St, Vancouver, BC V5Y 2M9

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    Karen C
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    enchanting, friendly staff

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    GO there on a wee...

    GO there on a week-end afternoon and enjoy the scents, the atmosphere, all this with a nice view of the city!

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    The Igloo Garden

    Thank goodness the city did not need to shut down this wonderful attraction after Van Dusen gardens stepped in to save it. This is another attraction in Vancouver that we love to go to as a family. A tropical place on the coldest Vancouver days the "Igloo Garden" as our daughter calls the Conservatory is anything but an Igloo. A huge collection of tropical plants and succulents is displayed here with a few surpriises thrown in. If you're lucky, Art, Charlie, Rosie, Carmen and their friends might say a word or two to you, or if you're really lucky boost your ego with a wolf whistle. Now that its safe again, come on down to the Blodel Conservatory and discover why this place was worth saving.

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    Vancouver spots to beat the winter blues

    Vancouver spots to beat the winter blues

    Escape the blustering rain and be grateful for a coat check at the Bloedel Conservatory. This biodome at the city’s highest point in Queen Elizabeth Park houses a tropical paradise that will be much kinder to your wallet than a mid-winter trip to the Dominican. Catch sight of free-flying exotic birds in every colour imaginable and appreciate the beauty of tropical flowers, abloom in the temperature-controlled environment. After weeks of rain, humidity has never felt so good.

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    Rainy day activities for kids in Vancouver

    Rainy day activities for kids in Vancouver

    The Bloedel Conservatory in Queen Elizabeth Park is a local favourite to visit on a cold, rainy day because it’s always hot and steamy inside. The greenhouse is home to lots of colourful flowers and tropical plants as well as animals – turtles, parrots and more. Kids of all ages love to explore the grounds and see the diverse wildlife.

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    Take five in these Vancouver city gardens

    Take five in these Vancouver city gardens

    Perched atop the city’s highest point, this park boasts views of the city and mountains like no other place in Vancouver. As a municipal park there is no fee for entry so a stroll among lusty magnolias, cherry trees and rhododendron in the spring or lush green trees and grassy lawns in the summer is always a great option for the to-do list. Be sure to visit the public art as well as wander through Painters’ Corner where artists are busily creating their masterpieces.

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