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5 Best Gardens Around Vancouver to Visit This Spring

There are many gardens big and small that you can find around the Lower Mainland to enjoy this spring. Right now we have the Cherry Blossom Festival going on and you will find a variety of garden spaces that are in full bloom, open to enjoy and expected to be bustling this spring and summer.

Here are a list of several gardens in Vancouver to consider a visit to.

5. VanDusen Botanical Garden

At VanDusen this spring you can see a wide range of plants and flowers at this beautiful garden space. Find things growing like magnolias, daffodils, see cherry blossom trees, and much more. This is one of the best gardens in Vancouver to visit. There is also a great restaurant and garden cafe to find at this Vancouver garden too.

4. Queen Elizabeth Park

Queen Elizabeth Park in Vancouver is located close to VanDusen Botanical Garden and it is easy to fit in a visit to both gardens in one day. These are two of the most popular and best gardens in BC and it’s especially worth the visit in spring.

You will get spectacular views of Vancouver, the mountains, and a park space to explore that is over 100 acres.

3. Dr. Sun Yat-Sen Classical Chinese Garden

In spring a visit to the Dr. Sun Yat-Sen Classical Chinese Garden is a must. This is a classic Chinese garden that is located in Chinatown and is a top destination to explore in the city. This garden space in Vancouver is something different and unique, it isn’t like many other garden spaces in town.

They have held guided tours here at the Chinese garden, as well as festivals and different exhibitions etc. It is a very relaxing space that is the perfect garden arena to enjoy and explore this spring in the city.

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2. Stanley Park Rose Garden

It is one of the most well known and popular gardens in the city and no list would be complete without of course mentioning the iconic Stanley Park Rose Garden as a destination in spring.

There are thousands of rose bushes here to discover at the rose garden in Stanley Park, and plenty else to see around Stanley Park too.

This is one of the busiest destinations in spring and summer as more people look to get out and enjoy the outdoors. This is a garden with some of the most beautiful rose bushes in the city.

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1. Bloedel Conservatory

The Bloedel Conservatory is a floral conservatory and could be considered a great garden area to explore in Vancouver. This is a top tourist indoor attraction in the Lower Mainland and you can find it at the peak of Queen Elizabeth Park.

The Bloedel Conservatory is a family friendly and enjoyable garden space that is unique and unlike many other garden spaces around the province. Here at this Vancouver tropical lush paradise you can find exotic birds, koi fish, a gift shop, and hundreds of amazing tropical plants.

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