Tours for Stanley Park
About Stanley Park, Vancouver
Vancouver already has a very rich natural beauty, beautiful green trees, the gorgeous coast and everything in between. What make it better are these beautiful free parks that have been set up by the city. The verdant beauty of the city of Vancouver can be thoroughly enjoyed and experienced in these lovely parks.
But Stanley Park is much more. In many ways, it goes beyond being just a recreational area. It has become something of a cultural and social hub. If you are going with children, there are several activities to try out. The Vancouver Aquarium is inside the area. And besides, there are a lot of different play areas and two heated swimming pools inside the park. You can walk, cycle or run across the pathways.
If you are looking for a leisurely and memorable walk, you should try the Seawall which was created to prevent the place from flooding. This walk has become quite a huge tourist attraction in itself due to the amazing vistas of the sea it provides. If you are in Vancouver, this attraction is a definite must see.
Stanley Park Opening and Closing Hours
- Parking hours: 9:00am–5:00pm
How To Get To Stanley Park by Public Transport
- Translink Bus 19-Stanley Park Drive and Pipeline road
- Nearby bus station: Burrad Station
Restaurants Near Stanley Park
- The Fish House in Stanley Park
- Sequoia Grill
- Adesso Bistro
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Address: Vancouver, BC V6G 1Z4, Canada
Time Required: 02:30 Hrs
Timings: 09:00 am - 05:00 pm Details
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This wintertime tour of Vancouver and the neighboring North Shore includes both a comfy coach bus ride through downtown attractions and hair-raising walks high above a canyon river. Stops include the totem poles in Stanley Park, Granville Island and the observation deck of Vancouver Lookout. Hold on tight as you trek across the swaying Capilano Suspension Bridge and look down through the glass floors of the Cliffwalk. A visit to a salmon hatchery completes your overview of the Pacific Northwest. Hotel transport is included.
Step aboard an old-fashioned horse-drawn vehicle and meander in comfort through the natural beauty of Stanley Park as you relax to the gentle clip-clop of the horses’ hooves and the fresh scents of cedar and the sea. A fun and friendly professional guide fully narrates your one-hour storytelling adventure featuring the famous Totem Poles, Girl in a Wetsuit Statue, Rose Garden and more.
Join this fun small-group running tour and explore Stanley Park, the seawall and downtown Vancouver. You'll visit popular attractions, such as English Bay, Second Beach, Lost Lagoon, Beaver lake, Coal Harbour, the Olympic torch and Vancouver Convention Centre. This running tour will have plenty of stops en-route to learn about Vancouver and Stanley Park (and catch your breath). It is recommended that you are comfortable running at least 5km. The tour will last 75 -90 minutes, depending on the pace of the group.Â
This 5-hour tour offers you a unique Vancouver sightseeing experience. You will visit beautiful sites in Vancouver including Chinatown, Gastown, the iconic Stanley Park, and Granville Island. Learn about the history of these places with your knowledgeable private guide. Next, breathe the fresh mountain air on your visit to Capilano Suspension Bridge Park, where you'll experience breathtaking views. Once at the Capilano Suspension Bridge, visit the Bridge, Cliffwalk, and Treetop Adventure. Get a VIP experience! Skip the line and get a private tour inside the park.
Share your experience - Rate Stanley Park, Vancouver
One of the best parks in Vancouver I've ever been to. Great for tourists around the world and to look outside with beautiful landscapes and totem poles. Also, keep an eye out for some celebrities you've heard of as seen on television or film. You may never know who you might bump to. Recommended to go to either Halloween's Ghost Train or Christmas' Bright Night
My favourite part of Vancouver! There is something delightful about getting lost in the woods, when you know the city is less that 1km away. Stanley park is beautiful in every way, shape and form. We rented bikes and spent a good 4 hours cycling around, stopping to appreciate what was before us + we had an awesome picnic, which is always fun. The totems were beautiful too. Simply perfect!
If you are visiting Vancouver, Stanley Park is a must. The scenery and city views are just amazing and there are plenty of places to take photographs. They are many different types of restaurants with all types of cuisines. The Rose garden was beautiful and the infrastructure of the surrounding buildings were stunning. I am a water lover so being by the waterside was awesome. It was busy but not noisy at all. Great for couples, families and kids. You can rent bikes here, parking you have to pay for. Lots to do and see. There is a lot of walking so I'd suggest comfortable shoes. Highly recommended on my list of places to see in British Columbia. Will a few pictures, have a lot more but a must see for yourself.
Nice park with various attractions. I gave 3 star because of their timing. Why close many attractions at 5PM even in summer? There is sunlight till 9:00 pm. Is it some union restriction that you have to close at 5pm? Hundreds of tourist, locals and all kids would love to visit various attractions after 5:00 every day if it were to be open.
If your dog loves everyone and wants to be their friend the seawall might not be the greatest since thousands of people walk along it. The paths inside the park though are beautiful and not flooded with tourists. I wish they didn't ban dogs from the unused beaches, my dog loves water but I'm not going to pay 2500 for her to get a swim in.
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- Granville Island Public Market
- Vancouver Public Library
- False Creek
- Spanish Banks
- Bloedel Conservatory
- Canada Place
- Vancouver Lookout
- Kitsilano Beach
- Gastown Vancouver
- Totem Pole
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