The Ghost Train in Stanley Park 2018

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This year in Vancouver‘s Stanley Park, the Ghost Train is entitled Jack O’Lantern’s Journey Through the Dark Forest. It is a more whimsical take on a Halloween theme and is based on the story of Jack, an Irish trickster who was cursed to live in-between heaven and hell, but managed to get an ember of coal so he could make a lantern from a turnip.

The event is very family focused, but there’s just nothing to beat that miniature train ride through the dark woods. Note that you can drive, park for free. Buy tickets online mind you and you’ll be asked for a donation for the food bank. Drop in a twoonie or loonie and that will help.

The decorations and other events are worth arriving early and lingering for.

See here for more info.
vancouver.ca/parks-recreation-culture/ghost-train.aspx

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