Wednesday, September 27, 2017

Stanley Park Hallowe'en Ghost Train: Alien Invasion {Giveaway}

October is just around the corner and with that comes fall activities and Halloween. Several years ago I took the boys on Stanley Park's Ghost Train and they had a fun time! This year's theme is Alien Invasion which is running from October 13-31st. If you think the evening hours would be too scary for your little ones, there are matinees on Friday the 13th until Sunday the 15th without live performers (and a discounted price).

Stanley Park Ghost Train

You can join the live theatrical performance viewed from the 14 minute train which involves lights, sounds and performers.  Other activites include a Haunted Maze, Art and Crafts, Exhibits by Stanley Park Ecology Society, and a pumpkin patch (pumpkins are $5)! There are food vendors and face painting and so much more.

Stanley Park Ghost Train

Times are: 
Monday to Thursday: 5:30 to 9:30 PM
Friday to Sunday: 5:30 to 10 PM
Matinees Friday to Sunday: 11 AM to 5 PM

Tickets are:
Adults: $12.00
Children (3-12): $8.00
Matinee Train (all ages): $6.00

Face painting at Stanley Park Ghost Train

Thanks to the Stanley Park Ghost Train, I am giving away two sets of family tickets for four! These tickets are valid between October 13th-19th. Please enter the Rafflecopter below–good luck!
  
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Love,
Louise

{This giveaway is sponsored by the Stanley Park Ghost Train. Opinions are my own.}

9 comments:

  1. We've never been. I'd love to take my kids! Thanks for the giveaway!

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  2. I've been to the Christmas train, but not the Halloween train. I think my kids would have fun, so I would bring them!

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  3. I would take my family and bestie too! I haven't been to the Halloween train for a few years, I can't wait!

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  4. I would bring my family. I think my boys will love the train.

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  5. I'd bring my wife and daughter, of course!

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  6. I would love to take my husband and kids - they've been begging to go, this would be their first time.

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  7. Looks like fun! I would bring the two year old - he loves trains right now!

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  8. Anonymous9:08 PM

    I would take DD, 8, who loves to get 'scared'.
    Sunshine H (sunshine_hanan at hotmail dot com)

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