Take the Kids Soaring Over Spring Break! #FlyOverCanada {Giveaway}

Wouldn’t it be super cool to see Canada from a bird’s-eye view?

Whizzing through the sky over mountains, plains, water, cityscapes, and bridges!

FlyOver Canada

Here’s some more info about FlyOver Canada:

FlyOver Canada is the must-see attraction for kids in Vancouver. This award-winning, cinematic thrill ride offers an unparalleled perspective of the country’s vast landscape, bringing the Canadian geography book to life in an amazing way!

Strapped into seats, feet dangling, riders tilt, dip and dive high up over mountain peaks, towering forests, and cascading waterfalls, which all appear on a giant dome projection before them. Unlike any imax, this film is 4D and fully immersive, stimulating the senses with refreshing breezes, scents and mists natural to each environment.

FlyOver Canada

From March 9-20, children and youth (under 17 years of age) are treated to a 25% “Spring Break” discount.

Tickets are available at flyovercanada.com. Children must be at least 102cm (40″) to enter FlyOver Canada (approximate height of average a 4 year-old). Children 12 and under must be accompanied by an adult or guardian aged 14 years or old.

FlyOver Canada has generously provided Raincity Parent, two (2) tickets to giveaway to one lucky reader! Please enter via the Rafflecopter link below. Contest runs from March 14th-21st, 2015 and is open to residents of Greater Vancouver and surrounding areas.

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All aboard for a spooky ride through Mother Goose’s Ghastly Garden! {Giveaway} #StanleyParkGhostTrain

Mother Goose's Ghastly Garden

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.



Raincity Parent has a 4pk of tickets to giveaway to one lucky reader! The tickets are valid for October 14, 15 or 16, 2014 only! The giveaway runs from October 11-13 and is open to residents of the Lower Mainland of Vancouver, BC and the Fraser Valley only. Enter via the Rafflecopter link below.

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