Free Stanley Park Shuttle Bus
Unfortunately the free Stanley Park shuttle bus that didn't cost you anything to take you around the park has been cancelled.
The free service has been replaced with a paid version that's run by the Vancouver Trolley Company.
With 1,000 acres to cover this is still a smart way to get around the park.
It would be a shame if youíve walked from one of the nearby downtown Vancouver hotels to the park and now that youíre there youíre too pooped to walk around much more to see all the sights and attractions.
Even if you've driven your car you can park at the nearest parking lot (it's all pay parking) where you can find a parking space instead of trying to find parking at the popular places.
The shuttle bus only circles Stanley Park and you can catch it at 15 different locations.
Unfortunately, unlike the old service this one is NOT equipped for wheelchairs.
The Stanley Park shuttle bus is easy to spot.
The buses are red and green with gold trim and they are clearly marked The Vancouver Trolley Company.
The shuttle starts running from the Miniature Railway parking lot at 11:00am and makes the last loop at 6:30pm from the same spot. The tour takes 45 minutes and the buses leave every 15 minutes.
This is a seasonal service that only runs during the summer.
Here are the prices which are good for the whole day:Adult $10
Child (4-11 yrs) $5
Infant (4 yrs) free
Family (2 adults and 2 children) $25
Season pass $25
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