Nestled in the middle of gorgeous Queen Elizabeth park (which is a must-see by itself), the Bloedel Conservatory is an excellent place for tourists and locals to visit. The amount of exotic birds and plants you see in an hour is amazing. The admission is very cheap ($6.50/adult and even cheaper for youngsters) and worth it completely; I would go even if it was triple the price. Most of the birds are not afraid of humans and I had two less than a foot from me walking along the path. Very cool. It is quite humid inside, so bring layers. On your way in, there is a little self-guided tour pamphlet with numbers corresponding to various plants and birds and tid-bits of information on each. There is also a bird-watching pamphlet and a scavenger hunt, which would be great to make the experience even more exciting for little ones. And definitely bring your camera! You will be taking many pictures :).
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