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Visiting Stanley Park in Vancouver
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Stanley Park is a world acclaimed public park which finds its place in the downtown of Vancouver, Canada. Vancouver Harbor and English Bay surround the charming city and make its ambience refreshing. Its rich collection of important attractions makes it one of the city's main and renowned tourist attractions, attracting nearly eight million visitors from across the world every year. It serves the city as a prominent urban park sprawling over a massive area of four hundred and five hectares. The park was one of the first spaces to be explored in Vancouver and has a long history. Unlike other parks, Stanley Park is not a creation of humankind rather it takes pride in being a forest area which later evolved as an urban park. You will fall in love with the beautiful blooming gardens, the unblemished coastal areas, and the charming trees which cover the surface area of the park.

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A Fun Trip To Stanley Park

A Fun Trip To Stanley Park

Stanley Park Train

Stanley Park Train

Playing a perfect host to over two lakh visitors every year, The Stanley Park Train is quite popular with locals as well as tourists, especially kids. The track runs for about two kilometers passing through the forest over ground which was cleared in the year 1962 by the devastating Typhoon Freda. It is a fifteen minutes ride where you see the vintage engine and also click photos before boarding the train. The main highlight of this section dedicated to railways is the replica of Canadian Pacific Railway Engine #374. During the end of the year, the park organizes a ghost train event which takes the visitors through a journey of a magical world inspired by Halloween and other ghostly tales. Your birthday can be made even more special by organizing your birthday party on the Stanley Park birthday Train.

The Seawall

The Seawall

Vancouver has a beautiful uninterrupted waterfront path. Seaside Greenway runs for twenty-eight kilometers and includes the Stanley Park Seawall. A perfect place for taking a walk in open-air, or paddling around the area on a bicycle, jogging in the lush-greenery, or just taking a stroll while embracing the beauty of the city, the seawall is the most prominent recreational spot in Vancouver. Divide into two sections-one for walkers and joggers, and one for cyclists and skaters- the designing of the park makes it very conveniently accessible for foreigners. The area is properly marked with signboards at regular intervals to make movement easy during summer when the area is bustling with foreigners. It also has proper plans and areas which are especially devoted to cyclists and skaters so that they do not hamper the joggers or those taking a walk.

The Art Heritage

The Art Heritage

The landscape and the art exhibiting the park is inspiring and pleasing both to the eyes as well as the heart. Owing to the numerous monuments and sculptures along with other historical and modern artworks adorning the park area, it welcomes art enthusiasts from every corner of the world. Give your journey a kickstart at the iconic collection of First Nation's totem poles starring at the Brockton Point Visitor Centre. The Malkin Bowl serves as an outdoor performance venue where you could enjoy concerts of Canada's top music artists. Take a souvenir of your visit with you in the form of a portrait designed by the local artists who produce and sell their work in the park.

Vancouver Aquarium

Vancouver Aquarium

Vancouver Aquarium takes proud in being Canada's largest aquarium which is home to more than seventy-thousand animals. Covering a massive area of one lakh and sixteen thousand square feet for the exhibition, the aquarium is a popular tourist attraction, attracting visitors all throughout the year. The aquarium opened its doors for the public in the year 1956, and since then it is playing a major role in preserving and conserving aquatic life. It is also the first aquarium to ensure that it would get involved in capturing a wild whale or a dolphin and has lived up to its promise to date. You will be in awe for the developers for cherishing you with priceless memories.

Insider Tips

How to Get Tickets?

You don't need tickets as entry is free for the park.

How To Get Around?

You can explore the park on foot. For hiking, you can rent bicycles at affordable rates.

What Should I Wear?

You can wear any dress of your choice. You should feel relaxed and comfortable yet stylish in whatever you wear. Pair your denim shorts with a cold shoulder crop top, or choose a jumpsuit. Boys can go for Capri with a funky t-shirt. Add a statement to your style with a trendy sling bag and sunglasses. Use sunscreen before moving out in the sun. Opt for sneakers, gladiators, bellies, or flip-flops for footwear.

Facts

Best Time to Visit

Stanley Park is a public park and so is accessible all 365 days of the year. You can pay a visit at any time as it remains open for twenty-four hours.

Currency

The currency is Canadian Dollar.

Will I Need a Guide?

No, you don't need to spend money on a guide. This website provides you with all the necessary facts and figures which will help you in your exploration.

How To Get There?

The city has a well-developed transport system. You can use any mode depending on your convenience. You can choose airways, roadways, or railways to reach the city. Vancouver International Airport is the main airport serving the city.

Additional Info

Carry a water bottle with you. Follow the rules and sign boards of the park. don't throw empty packets in the forest area.

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