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QUEEN ELIZABETH PARK

With over 6 million visits, Queen Elizabeth Park is second to only Stanley Park. Known today for beautifully manicured public grounds, the gigantic 130 acre public park elicits attention from locals and visitors for the floral displays and magnificent views. Standing 152 meters above sea-level, Queen Elizabeth Park offers beautiful views for all to see the North Shore mountains, the City of Vancouver and of course the beautiful park grounds. The Bloedel Conservatory, named after Prentice Bloedel, is a dome shaped building perched at the top of Queen Elizabeth Park. Donated by Prentice Bloedel, a lumberman, dedicated the conservatory to "a better understanding and appreciation of the world of plants."

+   WOOD TYPE

    All natural Rosewood with a stainless steel head

+   WEIGHT

     60 Grams

+   MOVEMENT

    Japanese Quartz Movement

+   GLASS

    Mineral Glass