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If you’re looking to escape to the tropics this Christmas season, but a flight to warmer locales isn’t in the cards, the Bloedel Conservatory in Vancouver might just be the next best thing.
Beginning this Saturday, December 7, the longtime attraction in Queen Elizabeth Park will host Festivale Tropicale – a celebration of the city’s indoor tropical paradise that first opened its doors on December 6, 1969.
Already a popular year-round attraction for its 150 free-flying birds, lush gardens, and exotic plants and flowers, Bloedel Conservatory is decorated for the holiday season with tropical themed décor, lights, and music.
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Experience the vibrant colours, scents, and sounds of the tropics that have been loved by tourists and residents alike for the past 50 years.
This year’s holiday attraction runs daily from 10 am to 9 pm, from December 7 to January 5, with a closure on Christmas Day. Tickets are available at the gate.