Stanley Park Easter Train

Wednesday, March 22nd, 2017 — 11:26am PDT
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Hop on the Stanley Park Easter Train for an egg-citing Easter ride through Stanley Park. After the train ride, purchase carnival strip tickets so your kids can enjoy fun activities.

Stanley Park Easter Train

Enjoy a carnival style event with the themed train rides, Easter Bunny and egg hunt, mini golf, bouncers, face-painting, plant a posy craft activity and an expanded food and beverage service: Cloud Nine Cotton Candy, Innocent Ice Cream and Insomniac Coffee.

  • Where: Located just off Pipeline Road in Stanley Park, via the West Georgia Street park entrance.
  • When: April 8 and 9 (train only) 10:00am to 5:00pm
    April 13-17, 2017 from 10:00am to 5:00pm
    Last train is at 5:00pm, last egg hunt is at 4:40pm
  • Tickets: Ages 3 and up $6, free for children under 3.
    Carnival activities: 2 tickets $5; 3 tickets $7; 5 tickets $10
    Buy advance tickets now via Ticketleader. Buy same-day tickets in person at the ticket booth next to the train, starting at 10:00am.

Tickets are sold in half-hour time slots. They are good for one train ride during the time slot shown on the ticket and for one entry to the other activities. On rainy days, you can stay dry with a covered train and line-up, and indoor egg hunt. More information is available on the Stanley Park Easter Train website.

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One comment

  1. Anne says:

    How can I purchase tickets for the Stanley Park Easter train?
    Thank you

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