Note: in July 2017, the Vancouver Trolley Company merged with WestCoast Sightseeing. The Vancouver Trolley Company website has been taken down now. The WestCoast Sightseeing website doesn't specifically mention the Stanley Park Shuttle. They do have their own Hop-On/Hop-Off tour. We are trying to find out whether there will be still be the Stanley Park Shuttle in 2018, but do not know at this time!
The Stanley Park Shuttle is a seasonal hop-on/hop-off bus run by the Vancouver Trolley Company. The shuttle runs seasonally from mid-June to early September. The Stanley Park Shuttle is a fully narrated 45 minute tour that stops at 15 locations in the park that are near the most popular attractions and locations. You can get on or off at any stop to explore a specific area or attraction of Stanley Park. There are well-marked bus stops on the road. You can purchase tickets on the bus or online.
We recommend the shuttle tour if you want to spend half a day or a whole day exploring the park. Be aware that during the weekends, it can be very busy at times so you may have to wait to get on the shuttle. We recommend the shuttle tour if you want to tour Stanley Park on your own schedule and/or you don't have transportation and want to explore many attractions in one day!
There are stops near the Stanley Park Information Booth, Totem Poles, Brockton Point, SS Empress of Japan Figurehead, Lumbermens' Arch, end of Ravine Trail, Prospect Point, Prospect Point Picnic Area, Hollow Tree, Ferguson Point, Ceperley Park, Lost Lagoon, Bus Loop, Miniature Train, and Vancouver Rowing Club.
2016 Hours of Operation: Daily 11am to 6:45pm, trolley comes by approximately every 30 minutes.
2016 Prices: Adult/Senior/Youth $10, Child(4-12) $5, Child(under 4) free, Family(2 Adults and 2 Children) $25, Season Pass $25
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