This Christmas, add even more magic and wonder to your holiday activity lineup by checking out Enchanted Nights at Bloedel.
The Bloedel Conservatory, celebrating 46 years on December 6th, is one of Vancouver’s most spectacular hidden gems. As Canada’s largest single-structure conservatory, you’ve probably spotted its geodesic-style roof at QE Park and if you’ve ventured inside you would have discovered its exotic birds, plants, and tropical paradise all encapsulated within its unique structure.
Enchanted Nights at Bloedel
Walk through a miniature world of artisan fairy and sprite villages with magical lights, holiday music, and live entertainment set amongst the dome’s tropical plants and exotic birds.
The fun continues outside on the Queen Elizabeth Park plaza. Grab a treat, take a pony ride, and snap a selfie at the highest viewpoint in the city. Make a full date night of it and reserve a table for dinner at Seasons in the Park.
The miniature fairy world has been brought to life by the collective artistries of: Benjamin Kikkert of New-Small & Sterling Studio Glass; Melissa Hume of Dirty Clay Studios; Christopher Moreno of 365 Productions; The Enchanted Forest Collective; Corey Cote.
- Where: Queen Elizabeth Park (4600 Cambie St, Vancouver)
- When: December 4 to 24, 2015 from 4:00pm to 9:00pm
December 25, 2015 Closed; December 26 to January 3, 2016 from 4:00pm to 9:00pm
- Admission: Buy in person or online in advance
When you buy tickets to the Festival of Lights at VanDusen, you get free entry to Enchanted Nights at Bloedel.