Our favorite mode of transportation around Vancouver is the public transit system. Today we’re riding the bus to Queen Elizabeth Park, Vancouver, BC.
The second most visited park in Vancouver, it’s a major draw for nature enthusiasts and horticultural connoisseurs.
Duckie sitting in the famous Monkey Tree
near the entrance to the park.
This is a famous picture taking place in Vancouver BC because Queen Elizabeth park is the highest point in Vancouver (152 m above sea level) which makes for spectacular views of the park, downtown Vancouver
& the north shore mountains.
Famous as well for its beautiful gardens
that were built in a former rock quarry.
The life-size bronze statutes in Queen Elizabeth Park
are treasures that act like magnets for tourists and their cameras.
In 2008 one of the statutes was stolen, along with a number
of the bronze plaques, and subsequently found
abandoned in a field outside of the city.
More of the gardens and the Bloedel Conservatory.
The conservatory is a year-round indoor tropical garden in the middle of
Queen Elizabeth Park. It houses a myriad of tropical plants from all over the world, along with koi fish, & tropical birds.
Marilyn, Duckie & Glenna enjoying a rest in the shade
before heading back home from another busy day
touring one of Vancouver’s favorite
tourist destinations. Be sure to visit this beautiful
location when you get to Vancouver!