Cherry blossom season has arrived in Vancouver and people are taking to the streets and parks to take snaps of the delicate pink blossoms.
If you are looking for some places to spot the beautiful blooms, be sure to check out the Vancouver Cherry Blossom Festival’s Neighbourhood Map, which features more than 2,689 cherry blossom tree locations.
To help you narrow your search down a little, here's a list of Tourism Vancouver's top places to view the pink and white beauties.
- Queen Elizabeth Park has several varieties of cherry trees, which bloom between early March to late April
- Stanley Park has rows of blossoming trees near the formal rose garden and the Japanese Canadian WWI war memorial
- VanDusen Botanical Garden has more than 100 cherry trees and 24 varieties.
- Visit the Nitobe Memorial Garden at UBC, where you’ll find colourful cherry trees in a traditional Japanese garden setting.
- The downtown Burrard SkyTrain station, around Vancouver’s City Hall at West 12th and Cambie, and along Yew Street in Vancouver’s Kitsilano neighbourhood
Be inspired by some of the most beautiful photos from around the Lower Mainland.