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!
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
Learn about the totem Poles, Girl in a Wetsuit Statue, Rose Garden and more
Enjoy views of North Vancouver and the Lion’s Gate Bridge
Choose from an array of departure times to suit your schedule
This was a great introduction to the Vancouver area. Guide and driver of the carriage was very knowledgeable and courteous. Slow paced and easy tour around the park showing off parts of the city as well. Highly recommend.
Maddie was fabulous and so informative with humor. Our ages for a group of 9 ran from 26 to 87 and all enjoyed. Especially thankful for letting our 87 year old Aunt board and wait in shade on the Carriage 20 min before ride.
We definitely wanted to see Stanley Park while in Vancouver but riding bikes or jogging was not an option. So the Horse-Drawn tour worked out great! Our guide was very knowledgeable we felt like we knew more of the history of the park after the tour. The stop in the middle of the tour to look at the totem poles provided a nice opportunity for stretching legs as well as getting good photos. The convenience to the aquarium was also a plus. Great value for the cost.