Free activities and events
Activities and events that take place at the Klahowya Village in Stanley Park include:
- Artisans working on-site
- Storytelling and craft workshop
Nation Days at Klahowya Village
In recognition of the Musqueam, Squamish, Tsleil-Waututh, and Métis First Nations, Nation Days are celebrated at Klahowya Village.
Each First Nation has performers, storytellers, and artists on site to share their culture, history, and connection to Stanley Park with the village’s visitors.
Train ride tickets are sold on-site only at the ticket booth in the Train Plaza. Advance group reservations will be taken each day by phone.
General admission to the Village is free.
Price of admission
Tickets are required to ride the train and are sold at the Stanley Park Train Plaza booth.
Prices do not include tax.
||Price (All ages)
to Klahowya Village
(includes Village admission)
Summer Passport ($350 value), which includes:
- unlimited summer train rides
- colouring book
- craft workshop
- Aboriginal history walking tour
- interactive Village map
- download code for the soundtrack
- storytelling and cultural performances as part of Village admission
|Colouring book only
|Craft workshop only
*Children under 2 years can ride the train for free.
The entire site is wheelchair accessible, and the train has a specially designed carriage that accommodates up to two wheelchairs with seating for companions. Staff will help passengers in need of assistance board the train.
Volunteer at the Ghost Train
Are you a high school student looking for a volunteer experience in a fast-paced environment? Get an opportunity to work with our Ghost Train team on-site. Contact 604-689-1463 for details.