The Aliens are coming! {{Giveaway}}

Witness the alien invasion!

Each year the Stanley Park Ghost Train takes our riders on a journey through a mystical and magical world, inspired by Hallowe’en and other spooky tales. This family event is open to all ages and offers a fright free glimpse of the whimsical world of ghosts and ghouls.

Plaza activities include:

  • The Haunted Maze
  • Arts and crafts
  • Exhibits by the Stanley Park Ecology Society
  • Our pumpkin patch

Share your favourite moments on social media with #GhostTrainYVR!

2017 Ghost Train: Alien Invasion

They came from outer space with only one destination in mind: the Stanley Park Ghost Train, and only one goal: alien invasion!

Be prepared to be abducted to an unearthly, fantastical, and strange world. Journey into the restricted zones and witness the landing.

Note Weather notice: The train runs rain or shine. In the case of an extreme weather event, the train may close to protect the safety of our guests and staff. Check our opening hours by phoning our information line at 604-257-8531. Tickets will be refunded only if there is an official closure.

Dates and times:

Open October 13 to 31, 2017.

Live theatrical performance train. Enjoy a 14 minute experience exploring our Alien Invasion theme with lights, sounds, and live performers.

Monday to Thursday, 5:30pm to 9:30pm

Friday to Sunday, 5:30pm to 10:00pm

Matinee train

A great daytime activity for families, school groups, and groups with children. Journey through the forest and view our thematic displays.

Friday to Sunday, 11:00am to 5:00pm (last train at 5:00pm)
There are no live performers during matinee train rides.

Prices

Prices do not include tax.

Age group Price
Adult (19 – 64 years) $12.00
Senior (65+ years) $9.00
Youth (13 – 18 years) $9.00
Child (3 – 12 years) $8.00
Child (2 years and under) Free
Matinee train (all ages) $6.00

Leisure Access Passholders can buy tickets on-site, on the same day they wish to ride, for all matinee and evening trains (5:30pm to close) from Monday to Thursday. Subject to availability.

 

Reserve your tickets in advance. Tickets on sale starting August 9, 2017.

Buy your tickets online or phone 604-252-3700.

Buy tickets now on TicketLeader

Popular dates sell out in advance – buy your tickets early to avoid disappointment.
Service fees and charges apply to advance ticket sales. Get more information on tickets.
FREE PARKING!

The Ghost Train has on-site and overflow parking lots. All parking is free.

Overflow lots include the Info Booth, North Pipeline Road, and Beaver Lake lots.

{{The Giveaway!!}}

The Ghost Train at Stanley Park has generously provided Raincity Parent, two (2) double passes (that’s 4 people) to give away to one lucky reader! Tickets must be used between October 13th-19th!!  Please enter via the Rafflecopter link below. Must be 19+ to enter and live in the Greater Vancouver area, Fraser Valley or Sea to Sky Corridor.

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27 thoughts on “The Aliens are coming! {{Giveaway}}

  1. Halloween is my favorite time of year. I love dressing up and since having kids, I like to do a spin off of whatever they want to be. This year we have super girl and the flash, so I might just go as killer frost 🙂

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  2. We have been going to the Stanley Park Halloween train ever since my girls were little, now a teen & pre-teen but still want to go!! Our family loves the holidays, all holidays & Halloween is a favourite!
    My kids are dressing up as LILO & STITCH this year.
    Thank You for the chance to win.

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  3. I’m going to be The Queen of Hearts. My youngest is going to wear a white rabbit costume that my Grandma made me when I was little (so awesome that my mom saved it!!), so we’re doing an Alice in Wonderland theme – hubby is going to be the Mad Hatter and my oldest daughter is going to be Alice. I’m not normally too interested in dressing up myself (love to dress the kids though), but this year I am super excited!

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  4. The whole family is dressing up as stick people (using led light strips)!

    We love the “spooky” train, my daughters and I look forward to it all year!

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  5. My husband and I always dress up with masks we have a bunch so I’m not sure which one yet. There is hockey style scary ones and Freddy cougar style etc lol. Our son says he wants to be deadpool but it’s never official until after you get the costume 😉😛 thanks so much for this.

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