Queen Elizabeth Park
acre (52 hectare) park is one of the most beautifully maintained public parks in the world. Second only to Stanley Park in annual visitations, it receives nearly 6 million people a year who marvel at its superior standard of
In the beginning Queen Elizabeth Park was a city landmark known affectionately as Little Mountain as its summit was just over 501 feet. Its surface
had been scarred at the turn of the century when it was quarried for its rock which served to build Vancouver's first roadways.
But the most philanthropic donation was yet to come from lumber industrialist Prentice Bloedel whose $1.25 million would cover the open reservoirs
and build the country's first geodesic conservatory surrounded by covered walkways, lighted fountains and a magnificent sculpture (Knife Edge - Two Piece) by modern artist Henry Moore.
The Bloedel Floral Conservatory opened on December 6, 1969 amidst much jubilation with its many climactic zones displaying a huge variety of plants and a superb selection of free-flying tropical birds.
Welcome to Queen Elizabeth Park
Little Mountain Reservoir Reconstruction http://www.gvrd.bc.ca/sustainability/casestudies/littlemountain.htm
伊麗莎白皇后公園(Queen Elizabeth Park)
健行：溫哥華市Main St.接33 Ave東側入口，在公園最高處的溫室前集合。