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Enchanted Nights at the Bloedel Conservatory

Bloedel Conservatory at Christmas

Enchanted Nights at the Bloedel Conservatory was a new Vancouver Christmas attraction that featured a miniature world of fairies in December 2015.

More recently, including in 2018, the holiday season attraction was called Holiday Heights at Bloedel. In 2019, it has again changed its name. That year it was called “Festivale Tropicale.

No Christmas event happened at the attraction in 2020 or 2021 because of COVID-19. No formal event happened in 2022 either, although the venue was decorated with holiday decorations during the day. As of the summer of 2023, what’s happening at the venue this year is to be determined.


Enchanted Nights Christmas

In 2015 Enchanted Nights took place at the Bloedel Conservatory at the top of Queen Elizabeth Park from 4 to 9 pm every day except Christmas Day from early December until early January, so starting right after the attraction’s regular hours.

Enchanted Nights was a new attraction in 2015 and featured a miniature world of fairies. Interspersed among the regular tropical plants and birds within the glass-domed venue, at night there were magical fairy villages, festive illuminations, Christmas music and live entertainment.


Bloedel Conservatory in Snow


Enchanted Nights Admission

Admission to Enchanted Nights in 2015 was $8.50 for adults, $6.50 for both seniors (65+) and youth (ages 13-18), $5.25 for children and free for folk under age 3. Family rates were also available, at $19 for two adults and their children ages 18 and under.

For more ideas on things to do during the holiday season, see Vancouver’s Top Christmas Activities.

Click Holiday Heights, for information on this year’s Christmas attraction at the Bloedel Conservatory.


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