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Horse Drawn Carriage Ride



A horse drawn carriage ride through Stanley Park makes a memorable way to see the sights and attractions.


Horse Drawn Carriage Ride Stanley Park Vancouver

You can get on board the old-fashioned horse drawn wagons by the kiosk at the Coal Harbour parking lot on the left when you first enter the park from Georgia Street.

On the hour long ride a tour guide will entertain you with stories about Stanley Park attractions like the Lion's Gate Bridge, Deadman's Island, the Girl in the Wet Suit and The Totem Poles

The tour runs everyday starting from the beginning of March until the end of October.

Even if it happens to be raining a little the carriage is covered so you’ll be protected and even lap blankets are available.

The horse drawn carriage ride leaves every half-hour or so with 20 passengers and you don’t need a reservation.

Horse Drawn Carriage Ride Stanley Park Vancouver

The horse drawn carriage ride leaves every half-hour or so with 20 passengers and you don’t need a reservation.

The fresh sea breeze and the clip clop of the horses hooves are a recipe for a relaxing good time so make sure to bring your camera to take pictures.

A horse drawn carriage ride is a great outing with family and friends and it’s also very romantic thing to do.


Vancouver's Stanley Park Attractions:

Amphitheatre
Aquarium
Brockton Oval
Brockton Point and Lighthouse
Coal Harbour
Empress of Japan
General Tips
Girl in Wet Suit
Free Shuttle Bus
Lawn Bowling
Lumbermen’s Arch
Hollow Tree
Lost Lagoon
Miniature Railway
Prospect Point
Restaurants in Stanley Park
Seawall
Totem Poles
Rose Garden
Walking the Seawall
Water park and Playground



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