Bloedel Conservatory is an domed conservatory and aviary located at the top of Queen Elizabeth Park in Vancouver.
In this temperature-controlled conservatory, which opened in 1969, there are more than 120 exotic birds and 500 tropical plants and flowers.
It is home to red, blue and gold, and dwarf macaws; African, Amazon, Eastern Rosella, and Eclectus parrots; a Sulphur Crested Cockatoo; and a variety of canaries, finches, pheasants, and waxbills.
There are laminated self-guided maps available with information on the various birds, tropical plants and flowers.
Bloedel Conservatory is located off 33rd Avenue, between Cambie and Main Streets. During the summer (May to August) the conservatory is open from 10am to 8pm, and in winter (September to April) from 10am to 5pm.