See Vancouver’s best holiday lights while singing Christmas carols on this trolley tour

This is bound to put you in the Christmas spirit

Christmas lights and singing along to favourite carols are two of the best holiday traditions. You can experience this festive two-fer in December thanks to the Vancouver Trolley Company, who are offering their annual Karaoke Christmas Lights trolley tour.

Each trolley is equipped with TV’s, karaoke machines, and your favourite Christmas carols to sing while you roll through the city in search of the most sparkling lights.

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First stop on your three-hour tour: Bright Nights at Stanley Park. You’ll hop back on to check out other local light displays such as the English Bay Christmas Tree, Hycroft Manor and Canuck Place.

The second stop of the evening will be at VanDusen Botanical Garden where guests will disembark to enjoy the Festival of Lights and all their festivities. Hop back onboard for the return trip to downtown Vancouver and viewing of St. Paul’s Hospital Lights of Hope.

And you’ll be merrily rolling along on this jolly trolley ride singing carols, too!

When: December 1 – 29, 2018; tours start at 6:30 pm and run for 3 hours
Where: Tour departs/returns to Canada Place
Cost: $60 for adults, $30 for children. Each ticket includes express entry to Festival of Lights and a donation to the BC Professional Fire Fighter’s Burn Fund.

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