Bright Nights

December 8, 2020

January 1, 2021

$10

Stanley Park, Vancouver

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Events Description

23 years of Bright Nights in Stanley Park!

Bright Nights train will once again be sounding its whistle and chugging through the sparkling magically-lit forest of Stanley Park this Christmas. Kids of all ages will be singing along to their favourite carols as they take in the whimsical displays along their ride.

The event is a joint effort on the part of the BC Professional Fire Fighters’ Burn Fund and the Vancouver Park Board.

Stop by and say hi to team members who will be out in support of the BC Professional Fire Fighters’ Burn Fund. They’ll be meeting and greeting from a safe distance and collecting cash donations at the entrance on behalf of the Burn Fund to benefit burn survivors and their families.

 

Who is it for?

All ages – Family

The train has a special carriage with room for two people in wheelchairs and seats for their companions.

This year, there will be no plaza lights and Santa won’t be visiting. All the decorating efforts will be concentrated on the train ride itself. All the same memories of riding the train through countless twinkling lights will still be there.

Masks are mandatory for all guests aged 3 and older.

HOW MUCH

Tickets :

All ages 3 and up: $10 + GST
Children 2 and under: Free

Ticket holders must board the train at the time specified on their tickets due to restrictions on capacity.

Tickets on sale November 6

How to get tickets?

Online

WHEN & WHERE

Date & Time:

November 26** to January 1 | 4pm to 10pm

Postponed to December 8, 2020

There will be one train every 20 minutes with limited tickets per train. The last train is scheduled for 9:40pm.

Ensure that you are at the front entrance 30 minutes in advance of your train ride to join the queue in the designated waiting area. Be prepared to enter the site as soon as the preceding train has boarded and is en route.

Venue & Address :

The Stanley Park Train, Pipeline Road in Stanley Park

Bright Nights has on-site and overflow free parking lots Friday-Sunday nights.

The entire site is wheelchair accessible.

The train has a special carriage with room for two people in wheelchairs and seats for their companions.

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