Hop on the Stanley Park Train for an egg-citing Easter ride through Stanley Park.
After the train ride, your kids will enjoy hunting for eggs, playing games, making bunny ears, getting their face painted, meeting the Easter Bunny, and much more!
Open rain or shine.
Don’t miss out on this unique all ages Easter event. Limited seats available.
Tickets are sold in half-hour time slots. Join the train line at the start of your ticket time. Try to arrive no later than 4:00 pm to allow time for all activities. The last entry to the Easter egg hunt is 4:30pm.
Tickets are only valid for the date and time shown on the ticket, and are non-refundable.
Get your face painted by the Doodle Girls for a small additional fee.
Reserve your tickets in advance to avoid missing out on this popular family event! Buy online or phone 604-252-3700. Service fees apply.
Is the time slot you want sold out online? Buy same-day tickets in person at the train ticket booth next to the train, starting at 10:00am. We reserve 20% of each day's tickets for sale at the ticket booth. Come early to avoid sold-out time slots.
Prices include tax.
|Child (0 to 17 years) - includes up to two guardians||$13.75|
Babies not participating in activites are free of charge.
The Easter Train is located on Pipeline Road in Stanley Park, via the West Georgia Street park entrance.
Pay parking is available in parking lots and streets in Stanley Park.
On rainy days, you can stay dry with a covered train and line-up, and indoor egg hunt.
We sell rain ponchos for $2.75 that come in a handy plastic case that can clip to your keys.
Our concession will be selling popcorn and cotton candy. Railway Café offers burgers, hot dogs, fries, beverages, and more from 10:30am to 4:00pm.
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.
Dogs of any size are not permitted on the train out of consideration for our visitors with allergies or who are fearful of dogs. Certified service animals are permitted.