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Trending: Holiday Heights at Bloedel, Arctic Oasis

It’s the final weekend of the holidays, which means many holiday events close this weekend. We’re focusing on this inexpensive outing up at Queen Elizabeth Park. But be sure to check out our Holiday Bucket List for more weekend events.

Holiday Heights at Bloedel: Arctic Oasis

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December 15 – January 7

While there’s no Ferris Wheel this year, there is plenty of holiday cheer up at Queen Elizabeth Park. Warm up inside the Bloedel tropical dome, enjoy the exotic birds, lush gardens and holiday light display. Find all the hidden penguins in the arctic oasis for their holiday-themed scavenger hunt. Enjoy the evening city views and lit fountains at Queen Elizabeth Park.

All at a family-friendly price!

PLUS … Free parking during event hours at the parking lot by the fountains.

But don’t take out word for it! This mom and tot had a wonderful time.

[My daughter] loved scavenger hunting all the beautiful, exotic birds at the Bloedel Conservatory. She kept pointing at the photos on the guide saying ‘I want to find this one!’ one bird after another. It was a nice year end activity followed by a lovely brunch at Seasons in the Park! ~ Polly Chow

Details

Where: 4600 Cambie Street, Vancouver (Queen Elizabeth Park)

When: 
December 15, 2017 to January 7, 2018 from 
10:00 am to 8:00 pm daily

Tickets

Protip: If you go to VanDusen Festival of Lights, you’ll each receive a free ticket to the conservatory.

  • Adult (19-64) $6.50
  • Senior (65+) $4.35
  • Youth (13-18) $4.35
  • Child (4-12) $3.15
  • Children under 4 free
  • Family (2 adults + kids under 19) $14.75

Photo credit: Polly Chow on Instagram

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