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Stanley Park Horse-Drawn Tours

  • 1-hour tour of Stanley Park in Vancouver by horse-drawn carriage
  • See the top attractions of the park aboard an old-fashioned horse-drawn vehicle
  • Travel along Park Drive and admire the Seawall
Stanley Park Horse-Drawn Tours
From $32.19
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Stanley Park Horse-Drawn Tours
From $32.19
Discover the natural beauty of Vancouver’s Stanley Park aboard a horse-drawn carriage on this charming 1-hour tour. Sit back and relax as your trusty steed clops along Park Drive overlooking the Seawall. An informative guide shares engaging commentary on the sights, including the Rose Garden, Girl in a Wetsuit Statue and the famous First Nations totem poles. Snap memorable photos of Vancouver and the Lion’s Gate Bridge. It’s a great way to experience the fresh air of Stanley Park without tiring your feet!
What to Expect
The touring carriages depart from the newly built and custom-designed departure station right next to the information booth for Stanley Park, overlooking Coal Harbour and the downtown core of the city of Vancouver, British Columbia.
The friendly and knowledgeable guide narrates the tour while traveling along Park Drive, overlooking the Seawall and the ocean. Go past the Royal Vancouver Yacht Club and Deadman's Island, also known as the HMCS Discovery, a Royal Canadian Navy Reserve. The ride includes a 5-minute stop at the famous totem poles. Feel free to get out and capture some great photos of this popular site.
Note: Please return to the same carriage to continue the tour.
The next stop is at the famous Girl in a Wetsuit Statue and the Empress of Japan Figurehead. Then the ride continues on the north side of Stanley Park with views towards North Vancouver and the Lions Gate Bridge, a suspension bridge that crosses the first narrows of Burred Inlet, connecting the City of Vancouver.
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Reviews (210)
1 - 5 of 198 reviews
Reviewed October 3, 2018
A great way to see Stanley Park.

We took the Hop On Hop Off bus to Stanley Park and got off just by the kiosk where you buy the tickets for the carriage ride. Our driver was lovely, and very knowledgeable. She gave us an excellent commentary as she took us around...More

Date of experience: September 2018
1  Thank skilli15
Reviewed September 28, 2018
Relaxing Day

I took the tour and wasn't disappointed. The tour takes you around the entire park and the guide tells you of the history and what is located and where. Very informative ride along and the horses are super friendly. We also got to spot a...More

Date of experience: September 2018
Thank Mystiqgirl_66
Reviewed September 24, 2018
An hour around parts of Stanley Park

The staff working for this company are super friendly and knowledgeable. I'm not sure what I was expecting, but I felt the hour went quickly and I only saw a smattering of things, yet learned a lot, but I guess thats what almost $50 gets...More

Date of experience: September 2018
Thank Swell67
Reviewed September 24, 2018

We've lived in the Vancouver area for three years, we've been to Stalnley Park several times but had never gone on the horse drawn carriage ride before. When our daughter came out for a visit, she wanted to go so we did and I am...More

Date of experience: September 2018
Thank Boone8
Reviewed September 16, 2018
Best Way to See ALL of Stanley Park

Wonderful experience. This is a HUGE park and this was the best way to see all of the park. Great relaxing trip with live narrative as you so along. This gave up an overview of all the park has to offer and allowed us to...More

Date of experience: August 2018
Thank Sailaway123
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July 13, 2018|
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Response from Lorraine M | Reviewed this property |
It's best to take the Stanley Park city bus to get there. You go south from the Aquarium. You can buy your tickets at the kiosk. As they only take about 30 passengers per trip you may have to wait for the next tour. It's a... More
July 13, 2018|
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Response from Monique S | Reviewed this property |
Yes. You can buy your tickets there.
May 20, 2018|
Response from sfran2017 | Reviewed this property |
Yes, you can get tickets there at a booth just inside the park entrance. We paid $42.00 (senior rate) each. And you get on right there. They stop once at the totem poles for you to get off. Very slow pace so easy to take... More