The Bloedel Floral Conservatory is a tropical garden with trees, flowers and birds overlooking Vancouver, British Columbia.
Holding the distinction of being the first geodesic dome built in Canada (another example in Vancouver being Science World at the eastern edge of False Creek), the Bloedel Conservatory atop Queen Elizabeth Park's little mountain is the only public climate controlled garden in the region.
Filled with a variety of tropical trees, shrubs and flowers as well as pathways, water features and animals. In fact, there are over 100 birds who call the dome home. Inside, visitors can enjoy the beautiful climate controlled environment with fish, turtles and a variety of other creatures throughout the year, rain or shine.
Outside the conservatory, the views atop Vancouver's highest point are also a large draw. On clear days, visitors to the Park can see Downtown Vancouver, the white dome of BC Place, towards the North Shore mountains and to many of the cities which make up the Greater Vancouver Region.in the quarries invites visitors to this beautiful Park as well to the gardens within the geodesic dome.
The Bloedel Conservatory is the perfect rainy day activity or to enjoy in the winter months. The beautiful views and surrounding quarries invite visitors to this beautiful Park as well to the gardens within the geodesic dome.
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