- Holiday lights and karaoke trolley tour in Vancouver
- Enjoy a scenic drive through the city on a motorized trolley
- Visit Bright Nights in Stanley Park and the Festival of Lights at VanDusen Botanical Garden
- Sing along to holiday tunes with an onboard karaoke machine
What You Can Expect
The British Columbia Professional Fire Fighters' Burn Fund hosts the annual Bright Nights in Stanley Park. Marvel at the extensive lighting display, and walk around the park with your family, visiting Santa at the North Pole or snacking on roasted chestnuts.
Your next stop is the VanDusen Botanical Garden’s Festival of Lights. If you’re not already in the holiday spirit, the twinkling of the lights combined with the smell of hot apple cider will certainly put you there. At the festival, you can visit Santa’s Living Room or grab a cup of hot chocolate and a fresh-baked apple-walnut-cranberry turnover from Mrs Clause’s Kitchen (own expense).
The tour was very enjoyable. I have to admit that it was the other tour participants that made the tour.
There were two glitches. One paperwork told us to meet the trolley at Canada Place. More information would have been nice.
The other glitch was that the trolley company did not have us on their list. After reviewing our paperwork several times, we were admitted on the trolley. We were also told it was a good thing they had space on the trolley. We were only in town for two days. I would have been extremely disappointed if they had not let us on.
This was quite a nice night, maybe a little to long