Easter Train

The Easter Bunny greets riders on the Stanley Park Easter Train

Easter Train in Stanley Park logoRide the Easter Train, visit the Easter Bunny, go on an Easter egg hunt, join in games and craft workshops, and get your face painted.

This is a popular family event so buy your tickets early to avoid sold out rides.

On rainy days, the train is covered and the egg hunt is inside. Please bring your own basket for the egg hunt.

Easter Bunny gets a hug from a boy at the Stanley Park Easter TrainOpening hours

  • March 28 to 29 and April 1 to 6
  • 10:00am to 5:00pm
  • Last train is at 5:00pm
  • Last egg hunt is at 4:30pm

Easter Bunny waves while getting a hug from a young girl at the Stanley Park Easter TrainTickets

Tickets are sold in half-hour time slots. They are good for one train ride during the time slot shown on the ticket and for one entry to the other activities.

A tip: ride the train at the start of your time slot and do the egg hunt after (but if your time slot is 5:00pm, do the egg hunt before).

Tickets are only good for the date and time shown on the ticket, and are non-refundable.

Advance tickets

Advance ticket sales from TicketLeader start in March. Service charges apply.

Same-day tickets

Is the time slot you want sold out online? Buy same-day tickets in person at the ticket booth next to the train. 20 per cent of each day's tickets are set aside.

Come early to avoid sold-out time slots. Ticket sales start at 10:00am.


Prices include taxes. Facepainting costs extra.

Age group Price
Adult accompanying child (18+ years) $3.50
Child (0 – 17 years) $8.75


Leisure Access Pass is not valid for the Easter Train.

Getting here

Bright Nights is located on Pipeline Road in Stanley Park, via the West Georgia Street park entrance.

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Pay parking is available in parking lots and streets in Stanley Park.

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The entire site is wheelchair accessible. The train has a special carriage with room for two people in wheelchairs and seats for their companions. We help passengers in need of assistance to board the train.

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Last modified: Wed, 18 Mar 2015 12:25:34