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Stanley Park Horse-Drawn Tours

Stanley Park Horse-Drawn Tours

Hop on board one of our old-fashioned vehicles and meander through the natural beauty of Stanley Park as you relax and experience a Storytelling Adventure! Fully narrated, one hour tours depart every 20-30 minutes daily, rain or shine, from the horse-drawn tour kiosk at the Coal Harbour parking lot beside the information booth on Park Drive, just off the Georgia Street entrance to Stanley Park. This fun and family friendly tour includes a stop at the world famous Totem Poles and features the Rose Garden, the Lions Gate Bridge, a coastal Red-Cedar forest, Deadman's Island, the Girl in a Wetsuit Statue and the Empress of Japan Figurehead. Operates March 15 - October 31st. Wheelchair accessible. All carriages have roofs and lap blankets are provided. Private carriages seating from 2 - 26 passengers are also available March 15 through October 31 and from late November to late December on a reservation basis for transfer or charter in Stanley Park, downtown Vancouver, and throughout the Lower Mainland.
Do & See

Gastown Steam Clock

Gastown is the oldest neighbourhood in the city, and every quarter hour, steam pours out the top and whistle chimes can be heard. Gastown is a mix of "hip" contemporary fashion and interior furnishing boutiques, tourist-oriented businesses (generally restricted to Water Street), restaurants and nightclubs. Popular annual events that take place on the cobblestone streets of Gastown include the Vancouver International Jazz Festival and the Global Relay Gastown Grand Prix international bicycle race.
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