Queen Elizabeth Park
The second most visited park in Vancouver, Queen Elizabeth Park, is a major draw for nature enthusiasts and view-seekers.
Queen Elizabeth Park is Vancouver’s “horticultural jewel” as it has some of the most beautiful and well maintained gardens in the world.
It is also famous for being the highest point in Vancouver (152 m above sea level), which makes for spectacular views of the park, downtown Vancouver, and the mountains that line the North Shore.
In addition, the stunning Bloedel Conservatory is located in Queen Elizabeth Park.
Did you know that Queen Elizabeth Park used to be owned by the Canadian Pacific Railway? Learn more about the history of Queen Elizabeth Park.
Download a printable map that shows Queen Elizabeth Park's major attractions. Find the Bloedel Conservatory, pitch & putt, restaurant, look out, gardens, and more.
Learn all about the sites and landmarks in Queen Elizabeth Park in Vancouver.
The Bloedel Conservatory is an indoor tropical garden in Vancouver’s Queen Elizabeth Park. The conservatory is located at 4600 Cambie St, Vancouver, BC. 604-257-8584.
Find information about the Queen Elizabeth Park Pitch & Putt in Vancouver: where it is, hours of operation, fees and more. Contact the Pitch & Putt at 604-874-8336.
Dogs are allowed off leash in the designated area from 6:00am to 10:00pm. The park is located at 4600 Cambie St off E 37th Ave and Columbia St.
Dining in Queen Elizabeth Park
Queen Elizabeth Park has one restaurant, Seasons in the Park. Atop the highest point in Vancouver, every seat in the restaurant offers superb views of the city. A summer-only café section is available for quick bites like coffee and a muffin. Seasons in the Park is a short walk from Bloedel Conservatory.