Miniature Railway

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Lonely Planet review

A short stroll from the aquarium, this miniature train replica of the first passenger rail service that rolled into Vancouver in 1887 is a firm family favorite. Its assumes three popular incarnations during the year: in summer, the trundle through the trees has a First Nations theme; it's dressed up for ghost fans at Halloween; and from late-November it becomes a Christmas-decorated trundle.

Prices and hours vary depending on the theme and time of year.