Queen Elizabeth Park

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4600 Cambie St, Vancouver, BC V5Y 2M9

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Take a royal-inspired tour of Vancouver

Take a royal-inspired tour of Vancouver

Vancouver’s most regal urban park is a must-see on any royal inspired tour. The sprawling 52-hectare park is situated 152 metres above sea level (making it the highest point in the city) and was first dedicated by King George VI and his wife Queen Elizabeth during their visit to Vancouver in 1939. Today, the park is home to some of the world’s most beautiful landscaping and includes breathtaking floral displays and ornamental gardens, fountains and sculptures (including Knife Edge-Two Piece, a dramatic bronze cast installation by famed British sculptor Henry Moore), an indoor conservatory and an elegant restaurant.

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Outdoor venues to practice Tai Chi in Vancouver

Outdoor venues to practice Tai Chi in Vancouver

Among this sprawling public park’s beautifully kept gardens, dozens of lookout points, and rolling green lawns covered in shady trees, there are many secluded spots that allow privacy for your practice. But if you’re looking for community, head to one of seven Tai Chi arbors, where experienced and welcoming Tai Chi practitioners move together away from the rain most days of the week.

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Prime parks for a scenic outdoor picnic in Vancouver

Prime parks for a scenic outdoor picnic in Vancouver

Vancouver’s highest geographical point and home of the famous Bloedel Conservatory, Queen Elizabeth Park is known for its stunning panoramic views and sprawling botanical gardens, which are meticulously maintained year round. With the city below, picnic on a wide bench at the lookout platform. On sunny days, skip the climb and stretch out in the shade under one of many trees covering the 52-hectare park. And once you’ve had your fill, meander through the gorgeous quarry garden, or sample a plethora of activities such as tennis, lawn bowling, or a game of pitch and putt.

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