Stanley Park and City Twilight Tour

About This Tour

Stanley Park and City Twilight Tour

Take in the top sights and scenic views of Vancouver as the sun sets, on this evening sightseeing bus tour. With your expert guide to lead the way, gaze out across the Burrard Inlet from the pretty beaches of English Bay. Follow winding pathways to the iconic First Nations totem poles & Stanley Park Prospect Point Lookout to the architecture of Historic Gastown & the famous Steam Clock. Book now for an unforgettable Vancouver twilight experience.

Tour Highlights

  • Sit back and relax in the comfort of your provided transportation to get from sight to sight for leisurely photo stops
  • Explore Vancouver in the cool of the evening and see a whole different side of the city
  • See the expansive Burrard Inlet from English Bay
  • Learn the history and importance of Stanley Park’s famous Indigenous totem poles
  • Impressive views of the Lions Gate Bridge
  • Discover stylish boutiques and galleries along Gastown’s cobbled streets
  • Your expert guide shares tips to showcase the best of Vancouver

Please Note:

  • Pick-up for this tour is at the Welcome Centre Kiosk located at Canada Place
  • Drop-off for this tour is at Welcome Centre Kiosk located at Canada Place and Gastown

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Each of our tours shine a spotlight on the region's most iconic landmarks, neighbourhoods, and culture — all with live narration from our expert guides. Don't forget your camera! Our oversized, tinted windows are designed for sightseeing so you won’t miss a thing!

English Bay

Widely considered among the biggest highlights of downtown Vancouver, English Bay is a real coastal gem. Your tour takes in attractions including Beach Avenue, the 2009 A-maze-ing Laughter statues and the sandy beaches of English Bay itself. As you explore, enjoy sweeping views out toward the Juan de Fuca Strait and the iconic Vancouver Seawall. During the festive season, be sure to catch the remarkable Christmas Tree Display — a highlight of English Bay’s celebrations. 

Stanley Park

Celebrated as Vancouver’s first official green space, Stanley Park compliments the business of the city with an expansive array of forest, field and path known as Stanley Park. Visitors exploring the park will experience life on the Vancouver Seawall where runners, walkers and cyclists all stretch their legs along this barrier protecting the shores from erosion. Stanley Park is a true wonderland of forest attractions including the quaint Teahouse Restaurant, views of the endless Pacific Ocean over sandy shores, even an outdoor summer theatre. You will want to return to visit the iconic Vancouver Aquarium and decipher the stories wandering through the First Nations Totem Poles.

Stanley Park Totem Poles

The Stanley Park Totem Poles at Brockton Point are one of BC’s most visited tourist attractions. These towering monuments are brought to life through First Nations artistry and are one of the most recognizable cultural symbols of Western Canada. Since the 1920s, the Vancouver Parks Board has been collecting intricately carved totem poles from remote locations in BC. Enjoy other First Nations art including “Raven: Spirit of Transformation” which was constructed from a Douglas Fir stump that was left after the 2006 windstorm that devastated Stanley Park.

Lions Gate Bridge

A photographers paradise, the historic Lion's Gate Bridge is one of Vancouver's best known landmarks. With stunning views over the Burrard Inlet and the mountains of North Vancouver, you are sure to be inspired by the long history of the bridge and its picture-perfect setting. Famously known for the lion statues that protect the south entrance, travelling the Lion's Gate during the day provides much to see, but you'll want to come back at night to witness the sparkling array of thousands of lights donated by the Guiness Family, lending the skyline a recognizable night time glow.


For Vancouver’s 19th-century settlers, Gastown is where it all began. This historic neighbourhood boasts cobblestone streets lined with hip boutiques, inviting restaurants and traditional First Nations art galleriesand has been entertaining residents and visitors alike for over a century. During your spin through Gastown, your knowledgeable guide shares insight into the area's history and contemporary influence.  

Prices include attraction admission and taxes. Gratuity is optional and is not included in the price. If you feel our staff have gone above and beyond your expectations, gratuity will be greatly appreciated.

Frequently Asked Questions

How long is the Tour?
The tour lasts between 100 and 120  minutes.
Do you pick up from hotels?
No, our meeting point is 999 Canada Place Way. Please be at our Canada Place Welcome Kiosk by 7:15pm on the evening of your tour. Our drop-off points are the Canada Place Welcome Kiosk and Gastown.  
Are children allowed to travel by themselves?
No, at least one adult must book and travel with any children under the age of 12.
How long do we spend at each stop?
We spend about 20 minutes each at Stanley Park Prospect Point and Stanley Park Totem Poles.