This is a good place to have a nice view of Vancouver downtown and the north shore mountains. In May, the Rhododendrons are blooming, and colour of the garden adds to its charm. It's not very big, and probably can be toured in 1/2 to 1 hour, unless you want to have a picnic on the grass area. It's a popular spot for wedding photos in the summer. The conservatory (fee required) may be interesting to those who live in the prairies or NWT and have not seen tropical plants, but if you are from Southeast Asia, don't bother, as these are just wild flowers in your backyard.
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