A brown horse carriage with a greyish-white horse. A brown horse carriage with a greyish-white horse.

A Horse-Drawn Guided Tour Awaits at Vancouver’s Stanley Park

Be part of the Stanley Park Horse-Drawn Guided Tour in Vancouver available on various days throughout the months and the tour embarks from the Coal Harbour parking lot.

If you’re in Vancouver and still haven’t visited Stanley Park, you’re missing out on something. A major tourist attraction in downtown Vancouver, Stanley Park is a natural rainforest, lush with greenery.

Sounds like a good escapade from the regular cityscapes, right? All the more reason to visit this wonderful park in Vancouver, that too in a horse-drawn carriage.

1. What’s on the Agenda

Stanley Park is a beauty in itself, but this horse-drawn carriage ride is bound to amaze you. Feel like you’ve been transported to some faraway wonderland, where a gallant fairytale character is being chauffeured in a horse-drawn carriage in a fancy park.

There’s also a guide who’ll help you get the most out of this experience with facts about the surroundings and even point out the best spots in this park.

You’ll get to witness the amazing Vancouver skyline along with the iconic Lion’s Gate Bridge and even the Seawall, as well as the nation’s first Totem Poles.

A Horse-Drawn Guided Tour Awaits at Vancouver's Stanley Park
Source: Fever

2. Location

Even though the tour will be primarily in Stanley Park, as for the starting point, you can go to the Coal Harbour parking lot, near the information booth at Stanley Park’s Georgia Street entrance for the kiosk for the horse-drawn carriage.

The tour will start and end at the same point, so one must not worry about having to walk all that distance all over again. 

3. Timing and Duration 

The tour starts at different times every day and you may refer to the same while booking your tickets and choose time slots according to your convenience.

The event is going on and is available on various dates and each event is for a duration of 60 minutes.

The tour departs every 20-30 minutes daily, so one must not worry about not getting a chance to witness this exceptional tour. 

4. Age Restriction and Other Additional Information 

There is no certain age restriction as such. People of all age groups may indulge in this tour.

However, children must be accompanied by adults. The horse-drawn tours are wheelchair accessible and are covered, thereby making it safe to travel irrespective of the weather conditions.

All the carriages also have lap blankets and rain covers whenever needed. 

5. Tickets and Other Additional Expenses

Tickets are divided according to age groups – Adult that is 13-64, seniors that are above 65, and students the ticket prices are reduced.

For adults, the tickets are for 60 Canadian dollars each, and for students and senior citizens, the tickets are for 56 Canadian dollars.

The ticket price includes all handling charges, taxes, and fees; however, the parking fee in Stanley Park is not a part of the package.

The tourists may tip the guide as optional gratuities are allowed.

Tickets are available on FEVER; so come and enjoy this Victorian experience on a horse-drawn carriage at Stanley Park.

Get your tickets now! 

Stanley Park Horse-Drawn Tour - Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada 🇨🇦

6. Important Details for the Stanley Park Horse-Drawn Guided Tour

  • What – Stanley Park Horse Drawn Guided Tour.
  • When – On numerous dates.
  • Where – Stanley Park, Vancouver, Canada. 
  • Time – Different time slots are available. 
  • Tickets – On FEVER

Last Updated on by Arnab Nandi


  • Shrestha Sengupta

    A second year law student, Shrestha is someone who loves to travel and meet new people and when not travelling, you can find her in some random nook with her nose in some fiction book. While she believes in hustling to achieve her goals, she also believes in relaxing and that is what travelling does for her. Shrestha has worked previously as content writer for USA Tales and Icy Health and is now handling her passion for writing, reading and painting alongside her academics well enough!

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