This summer, you and your family can head to the tropics without ever leaving Vancouver! Visit Bloedel Conservatory where you can interact with over 150 free-flying birds and discover over 500 kinds of exotic plants. Stimulate your senses with the sights, sounds, and scents of the tropics.
Watch red, blue, and dwarf Macaws fly overhead. Hear the chirps of exotic Finches, and say hello to African parrots (they may even say hello back!). The conservatory has handy bird guides and children’s scavenger hunts available from the front desk, so make sure you grab them on your way in.
You can explore three different tropical ecosystems under the dome. Discover cacti and succulents in the desert zone, orchids in the subtropical rainforest habitat, and the lush greens of the tropical rainforest habitat.
After visiting the conservatory, you’ll feel invigorated and re-centred. Bloedel is considered a healing garden, and just by walking through the lush tropical paradise you’ll gain positive effects on your emotional, mental, physical, spiritual, and social well-being.
Bloedel Conservatory is one of Vancouver’s most affordable, indoor family-friendly attractions. And right now, visiting Bloedel Conservatory is even more affordable — you can save up to 35% with a 5-visit pass! The pass is available for purchase online or in person at the conservatory and is valid for 1 year.
4600 Cambie Street, Vancouver
Open daily 10 am – 8 pm
Presented by Vancouver Park Board