Every year during Christmas, the Stanley Park Miniature Train transform from the Ghost Train into something magical: The Christmas Train. You can ride the train, watch animated displays and listen Christmas jingles. Soak in all the festive excitement and enjoy a romantic stroll thru the park while sipping warm coco and indulging on popcorn, roasted chestnuts or holiday sweets.
Bright Nights donates partial proceeds to the BC Professional Fire Fighters’ Burn Fund, which helps burn survivors and their families. Donations are accepted at the front gate (so please remember to bring some cash).
Remember to get your tickets early (perhaps drop by earlier during the day) to avoid tickets being sold out. Tickets go on sale 1 November. Buy them online through Ticketmaster.
Bright Nights Stanley Park Christmas
Price of admission (includes HST)
- Adult (18-64 yrs) $10.00
- Children and youth ages 3-17 $7.00
- Children under 3 yrs Free
- Seniors (ages 65+) $6.00
- Matinee train (all ages) $5.50
- Matinee Train runs every Wednesday, Saturday, and Sunday, from 12:00noon to 3:00pm.
Santa and the Grinch. Are you having a holly, jolly Christmas?
Roasted Chestnuts are my favorite. The warmth if the sweet nut fills your stomach and goes well with a cup of coco. Only problem is when my hands are cold, peeling the skin gets hard. Remember to use the twist method!
Check out the sad Christmas Tree displays. Everyone wants a full bushy tree, but what about the thin branchy ones? They need some ornaments and some love that would even make Charlie Brown blush right?