I took a family daycare to this attraction at Stanley Park. My intentions were to educate the children while at the Klahowya Village.
While on our adventure we went over to what appeared to be a carving station (no one in sight). I started to educate the children on what we could see to the best of my knowledge. As we were looking at a canoe and a rather large piece of wood a lady came up yelling at us to get out as it may be dangerous. She told me knives and blades could be in the pile of sawdust. I told her then rope the place off if it is dangerous as this is an open area that appears to be open to the public to view.
The only attraction that was available was the train. Although we did go on the train none of the children asked to go a second time. The only other stations available were a couple trying to sell a few things, and even with that station no one was interested in calling us over to have a look.
After dealing with an impolite employee we left the village and had a much better relaxed time in Stanley Park itself.
Unless they make some changes for 2013, make the place kid/family friendly and safe I wouldn't waste my time nor money.
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