FEATURED EVENTS IN VANCOUVER
Stanley Park Railway’s Easter Train is returning for another year it’s packed with holiday activities.
From Thursday, April 18 to Monday, April 22, visitors both young and old will be able to visit Stanley Park’s resident Easter bunny and take a ride on the famous Stanley Park Railway.
Kids and adults will be invited to take part in activities like a “Bunny Burrow” maze, face painting, Easter crafts, inflatable bouncers, and carnival games.
Also new for this year, is a scavenger hunt, with varying difficulties for any child who attends.
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Visitors will also be able to purchase food on-site. Stanley Park’s concession stand, the Bunny Hop Cafe, will be serving burgers, hot dogs, fries, and beverages. Two food trucks, Insomniac’s Coffee and The Praguery, will also be present.
Tickets to the train ride cost $6 for children above the age of three. Toddlers who are two-years-old or younger can ride for free.
Stanley Park Railway is also offering an all-access fair pass, which includes a train ride, scavenger hunt, and access to all the carnival games and inflatable bouncers. Passes can be purchased for $14 online or $16 on-site.
The Easter Train is located on Pipeline Road in Stanley Park which can be found via the West Georgia Street Park Entrance.
When: Thursday, April 18 to Monday, April 22, 2019
Where: Stanley Park, Vancouver
Time: 10 am to 5 pm daily
Admission: Tickets available on-site or online for $6