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How to get to Stanley Park in Vancouver by Bus or Metro?

Bus stations near Stanley Park in Vancouver

Station Name Distance
Stanley Park Loop Bay 2 11 min walk
Eb W Georgia St Ns Gilford St 18 min walk
Wb W Georgia St FS Denman St 19 min walk

Metro stations near Stanley Park in Vancouver

Station Name Distance
Burrard Station 37 min walk
Vancouver City Centre Station 41 min walk

Ferry stations near Stanley Park in Vancouver

Station Name Distance
Aquatic Centre Ferry Dock 47 min walk

Bus lines to Stanley Park in Vancouver

Line Name Direction
19 19 Stanley Park
240 240 Lynn Valley
241 241 Downtown
246 246 Downtown
247 247 Downtown
250 250 Horseshoe Bay
253 253 Vancouver
254 254 Vancouver
N24 N24 Lonsdale Quay Nightbus
257 257 Horseshoe Bay Express

Questions & Answers

  • Under the Covid-19 restrictions, is it possible to get to Stanley Park in Vancouver with public transit?

    There are traveling restrictions on public transit in Vancouver due to Covid-19. It may affect schedules and lines relevant to your trip to Stanley Park in Vancouver.

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  • What are the closest stations to Stanley Park?

    The closest stations to Stanley Park are:

    • Stanley Park Loop Bay 2 is 769 meters away, 11 min walk.
    • Eb W Georgia St Ns Gilford St is 1252 meters away, 18 min walk.
    • Wb W Georgia St FS Denman St is 1345 meters away, 19 min walk.
    • Burrard Station is 2789 meters away, 37 min walk.
    • Vancouver City Centre Station is 3103 meters away, 41 min walk.
    • Aquatic Centre Ferry Dock is 3559 meters away, 47 min walk.
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  • Which Bus lines stop near Stanley Park?

    These Bus lines stop near Stanley Park: 19, 247, 250.

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  • Which Metro lines stop near Stanley Park?

    These Metro lines stop near Stanley Park: CANADA LINE SKYTRAIN, EXPO SKYTRAIN.

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Public Transportation to Stanley Park in Vancouver

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Looking for the nearest stop or station to Stanley Park? Check out this list of stops closest to your destination: Stanley Park Loop Bay 2; Eb W Georgia St Ns Gilford St; Wb W Georgia St FS Denman St; Burrard Station; Vancouver City Centre Station; Aquatic Centre Ferry Dock.

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Stanley Park, Vancouver
Stanley Park, Vancouver Stanley Park is a 405-hectare (1,001-acre) public park that borders the downtown of Vancouver in British Columbia, Canada, and is mostly surrounded by waters of Burrard Inlet and English Bay. The park has a long history. The land was originally used by Indigenous peoples for thousands of years before British Columbia was colonized by the British during the 1858 Fraser Canyon Gold Rush and was one of the first areas to be explored in the city. For many years after colonization, the future park with its abundant resources would also be home to non-Indigenous settlers. The land was later turned into Vancouver's first park when the city incorporated in 1886. It was named after Lord Stanley, 16th Earl of Derby, a British politician who had recently been appointed Governor General. It was originally known as Coal Peninsula and was set aside for military fortifications to guard the entrance to Vancouver harbour. In 1886 Vancouver city council successfully sought a lease of the park which was granted for $1 per year. In September 1888 Lord Stanley opened the park in his name.Unlike other large urban parks, Stanley Park is not the creation of a landscape architect, but rather the evolution of a forest and urban space over many years. Most of the manmade structures present in the park were built between 1911 and 1937 under the influence of then superintendent W.S. Rawlings. Additional attractions, such as a polar bear exhibit, aquarium, and a miniature train, were added in the post-war period. Much of the park remains as densely forested as it was in the late 1800s, with about a half million trees, some of which stand as tall as 76 metres (249 ft) and are hundreds of years old. Thousands of trees were lost (and many replanted) after three major windstorms that took place in the past 100 years, the last in 2006. Significant effort was put into constructing the near-century-old Vancouver Seawall, which can draw thousands of people to the park in the summer. The park also features forest trails, beaches, lakes, children's play areas, and the Vancouver Aquarium, among many other attractions. On June 18, 2014, Stanley Park was named "top park in the entire world" by TripAdvisor, based on reviews submitted.
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