Step aboard one of our old-fashioned horse-drawn vehicles and meander in comfort through the natural beauty of Stanley Park, Vancouver’s #1 attraction.
Relax to the gentle clip clop of the horses’ hooves and take in the fresh scent of cedar and the sea as a professional guide fully narrates your one-hour tour featuring Deadman’s Island, Vancouver’s harbour, the Lions Gate Bridge, a coastal Red-Cedar forest and the Rose Garden, with stops at the famous Totem Poles, Girl in a Wet Suit Statue, and S.S. Empress of Japan Figurehead.
Horse-drawn tours are wheelchair accessible, covered, and depart every 20-30 minutes, daily, rain or shine. You can take a bus tour anytime, but how often do you get a chance to see the sights by horse-drawn carriage?
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Tours start from the horse-drawn tours kiosk, beside the info booth on Park Drive, just off the Georgia Street entrance to Stanley Park. Accessible by foot, car or transit.
Tours depart every 20-30 minutes, daily*, rain or shine.
Feb 25-Mar 31 9:40am - 4:00pm
April 1–June 30 9:40am - 5:00pm
July 1–Sept 5 9:30am - 5:30pm
Sept 5 - 30 9:40am - 5:00pm
Oct 1-Nov 12 9:40am - 4:00pm
* First and last departure times listed.
Mailing Address: P.O. Box 1134, Station A, Vancouver BC, V6C 2T1