Season 2

The Enchantment of Stanley Park

Stanley Park

Vancouver, British Columbia

by Susie Lee

One of the best and memorable ways to see Stanley Park is on an old fashioned horse-drawn carriage. During this leisurely one hour ride through one of the biggest urban parks in North America, an informative guide will point out sights that you will not want to miss. You’ll learn about Deadman’s Island, the Lions Gate Bridge, and the Rose Garden. You’ll capture Kodak moments in front of the famous Totem Poles, the “girl in a wet suit” statue, the Sea Wall and many more.

ADVENTURE TIPS

  • No reservations required
  • Tour departs daily every 20-30 minutes, rain or shine
  • Lap blankets are provided and the carriages are covered
  • Operates from March 14 – October 31

PHOTO GALLERY

FOR MORE INFORMATION

Stanley Park

www.vancouver.ca/PARKS/parks/Stanley/

Stanley Park Horse-Drawn Tour

Vancouver, B.C.,
Canada, V6C 2T1
Tel. (604) (604) 681-5115
Fax: (604) 681-5116
www.stanleypark.com

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0 #1 Now I knowPatricia 2010-04-15 20:41
I've been enjoying Stanley Park for quite a while over the years. I have never known that there was a horse-drawn carriage ride as shown in your video. I'm going to look for it next time.
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Vancouver Lookout
The Vancouver Lookout/Gastown

Stanley Park

Vancouver Aquarium

Harbour Cruises

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