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Ride the Stanley Park Miniature Train

Miniature train in stanley park

Travel over trestles and through tunnels on your two-kilometre winding journey through the forest.

Appreciate nature from a relaxing seat on the Miniature Train, a replica of Canadian Pacific Railway #374, famous for pulling Canada's first transcontinental passenger train into Vancouver in the late 1880s. 

The Miniature Train is one of Vancouver's most popular attractions carrying more than 200,000 passengers per year.

Opening hours

  • June 20 to September 7, 2015
  • 10:00am to 5:00pm
  • Last train is at 5:00pm

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.

Single ride tickets

Tickets  Price 
Adult (age 19+) $5.25 
Senior (age 65+) $4.75 
Child and youth (age 2 - 18)  $4.75 
Family of 2  $9.75 
Family of 3  $12.75 
Family of 4  $14.75 

Family rate can be purhcased for up to two adults and their children aged 12 - 18

Season pass

Huge savaings! Your season pass includes:

  • Unlimited summer train rides
  • One free ride during our Ghost Train matinee on a specific day
  • One free ride during out Bright Nights Train matinee on a specific day
Tickets  Price 
Adult (age 19+) $19.00 
Senior (age 65+) $16.75 
Child and youth (age 2 - 18 years)  $16.75 
Family of 2  $29.00 
Family of 3  $36.00 
Family of 4  $43.00 

Getting here

The Summer Train 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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Phone: 604-257-8531


Did you know?

The Miniature Train was built in 1964 after Typhoon Frieda blew down a clearing of fallen trees in the Stanley Park forest.

Last modified: Fri, 05 Apr 2013 14:10:35

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