Queen Elizabeth Park, Vancouver’s horticultural jewel, is a major draw for floral display enthusiasts and view-seekers, and as a popular backdrop for wedding photos.
Exquisite to the breathtaking Queen's Park
Vancouver's queen elizabeth park is the most popular garden, which was actually built from a waste quarry.
In 1939, King George VI of England and Queen Elizabeth accompanied the then Princess Elizabeth (now Queen Elizabeth II) to visit Vancouver. In order to welcome their arrival, the park originally called "Hill" was therefore more Name.
Later, it really became the best outdoor wedding shooting venue in Vancouver. Every holiday, the newcomers wearing all kinds of wedding dresses poured into the garden. It seems to be a royal atmosphere. In fact, this plant shows the garden. It covers almost all of Canada's native plants and some exotic trees, and the flowers are full of fun. In particular, every plant here has been meticulously trimmed by gardening craftsmen, and the wedding dress here seems to be immediately transformed into the fairy tale world of "Aisha Princess". The day I went there was drizzle, and the pure raindrops were like the beautiful practice on the princess's neck.
There is a bronze statue at the top of the park