The Stanley Park Ghost Train has fired up it’s engine again this Halloween with Mother Goose’s Ghastly Garden!
Take a trip through some of Mother Goose’s rhymes with a twist, where you’ll experience a collapsed bridge, a little girl terrorized by a spider and a hysterical mother living in a shoe.
You will travel over trestles and through tunnels as your venture through the two-kilometre winding forest.
There are theatrical performances nightly and other on-site activities. Pop into the Spooky Barn, go on a lantern-lit nature walk with the Stanley Park Ecological Society and visit the pumpkin patch. They will be having pumpkin carvings on October 14th and 21st and a costume contest on October 28th.
Running from October 10th to November 1st (closed October 13th for Thanksgiving), the train operates nightly with additional matinee rides Friday through Sunday.
On Friday – Sunday, a FREE trolley will be running every 20 minutes from 6-10pm from one of the five designated lots on the east side of Stanley Park to the Ghost Train.
Friday, Saturday, and Sunday matinees (11:00am – 5:00pm)
Matinee train rides include displays, but no live performances.
All ages $6.00
Children 2 and under FREE
Monday to Thursday evenings (5:30pm – 9:30pm)
Friday to Sunday evenings (5:00pm – 10:00pm)
Evening train rides include live performances and displays. The last train leaves 30 minutes before closing time.
Adult (18 – 64 years) $11.00
Child and youth (3 – 17 years) $7.00
Small child (2 years and under) FREE
Senior (65 years and over) $7.00
Admission fees include tax.
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