Bloedel Conservatory is open under new guidelines to ensure public, member and staff safety. Tickets are only available online for designated time slots, each 45 -minutes long. Visitors will be asked to leave Bloedel at the end of their 45-minute time slot so our staff can sanitize before the next group enters. Members are required to book online in advance on the member ticketing site and will need to present their ticket and membership card for scanning.
When purchasing or reserving tickets to Bloedel Conservatory you are scheduling a 45-minute booking to enjoy the Conservatory. Your pre-selected visit time is shown on your Ticket PDF next to the Time Slot at the top of the page. You must enter at the start time and exit at the end time as shown on your Ticket PDF.
We recommend arriving 5 minutes prior to your time slot so you can enjoy your full 45-minute booking. Please wait outside and we will begin scanning you in at the start of your time slot.
Masks are now mandatory in all indoor public spaces.
Children 4 and under are free, but a ticket is still required so we can best monitor Conservatory capacity. One adult, senior or youth can accompany up to a maximum of five children (0 - 4 years old). For groups of 6 or more, an adult, senior or youth must be present every five children in the 0 - 4 age category.
The minimum age to visit the Conservatory without an adult / guardian is 13 years of age (a youth).
Tickets are only sold online, tickets are not available for purchase on-site.
Visitors are required to book a ticket in advance for a specific 45-minute time slot. For example, if your timeslot starts at 11:00 am, regardless of what time you arrive, your time slot will end at 11:45 am.
Please arrive 5 minutes prior to your time slot so you can enjoy your full 45-minute booking. Please wait outside and we will begin scanning you in at the start of your time slot.
Please dress for the weather and carry an umbrella if it is raining. There is no sheltered area outside of the main entrance.
Photo shoots are not permitted during business hours (wedding, engagement, grad, anniversary, advertising etc.). If you would like to rent Bloedel for a photo shoot, please email firstname.lastname@example.org . Regular photos are permitted.
If the time slot you are interested in does not have enough availability for your order, please pick another date or time slot.
A service fee of $1 will be added to each ticket in order to provide the online purchasing service.
Learn about the COVID-19 changes and safety measures being taken.
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Upper Parking Lot Closure - Little Mountain Reservoir Improvement Project
Metro Vancouver is improving the infrastructure of the Little Mountain Reservoir, located at the top of Queen Elizabeth Park. The upper parking lot in Queen Elizabeth Park will be closed from June 1, 2021 until fall 2021. All other parking areas within the park will remain open and temporary parking stalls have been added.
As parking will be reduced, we recommend arriving early to find parking or using alternative modes of transportation like walking, biking and public transit. Please visit metrovancouver.org for details on the project.
June 1, 2021 – Fall 2021 Parking Map
Tickets are non-refundable, non-transferable (and so cannot be re-sold), and will not be replaced if expired, destroyed, lost or stolen.
The original tickets purchaser is solely responsible to ensure that this ticket is not duplicated or transferred in any way. Tickets obtained from sources other than our website may be lost, stolen, or counterfeit, and if so, are void.
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