All Abooooooooooard! Get ready for a train ride you won’t soon forget!
The Stanley Park Halloween Ghost Train presents Scary Fairy Tales. But hurry — the ride ends tonight, October 31.
Stanley Park is a National Historic Site and is recognized as one of the great urban parks of the world. It’s also a great place to get scared out of your wits!
There’s no turning back once this train leaves the station! Dark forests, tunnels, trolls and witches … all lining up to make you scream on Halloween night.
And don’t think it’s all just horrible, spooky fun and games! There’s also an educational element to all this madness.
Learn about the night creatures of Stanley Park with hands on activities by the Stanley Park Ecology Society (SPES). For an additional fee, lantern-lit wildlife walks are available, a program that takes place until 10pm. Cost is $9.82 for adults, $6.25 for children.
According to the site: “An entertaining, affordable and educational event for the whole family, Creatures of the Night is an opportunity to follow a guide through Stanley Park’s forest on a 30-minute candlelit adventure and discover some of Stanley Park’s most elusive nocturnal animals.”
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To purchase tickets for Stanley Park Halloween Ghost Train: Click here, or call 1-855-985-5000.