This 5-hour tour takes you to the horticultural jewels of Vancouver. We will visit two most notable gardens: VanDusen and Queen Elizabeth. Admire the modern eco-architecture of an orchid-shaped Visitor Centre or the glass dome of the Bloedel Conservatory. Watch colourful parrots, smell roses or enjoy Canada’s first civic arboretum.
Gardens of Vancouver is a non-crowded activity for those laid-back travelers.
|Child 3 - 12
Kits Point is the greatest place to view stunning Northern and Downtown Vancouver. Watch the sunset with us in an idyllic park in front of the Maritime Museum
A short but lively inlet in the heart of Vancouver boasts beautiful yachts and lots of kayaks gliding on the water with high-rise glass buildings in the background
Oriental style garden shaped like “Islands” on the Lake garden. It is the second Highest point in Vancouver, the highest beeing in Queen Elizabeth Park
To celebrate Canada's Centennial in 1967 the beautiful rose garden was planted. As said by the lovely gradeners: "An example of symmetrical landscape design"
More than 3000 pyramidal cedars make up this fun and exciting maze. Ideal activity for the kids, while grandparents can keep an eye from the observation terrace
This colorful bright hexagonal pavillion is tourists’ favourite photo loaction. It ws gifted by the people of Korea after the 1986 Expo
Tropical paradise under the glass dome is a home for 120 exotic birds and many more plants. It sits atop the Vancouver’s highest point
Witness one of the best cities (in our opinion, the best city) in the world from the Cypress Mountain at Vancouver Overlook.
Wander through this diverse outdoor art gallery. Artists' permits encourage diversity in styles of painting. Most of the artworks are on sale