What better way to tour Burnaby to see the city’s best and brightest Christmas light displays than riding on a vintage bus? How about if that bus is decked out like Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer?
Take in the magic of the holiday season from your seat on a vintage TransLink bus sporting reindeer antlers and Rudolph’s nose-so-bright as you tour Burnaby and Coquitlam neighbourhoods twinkling with holiday lights.
The annual Christmas Lights Tour put on by the Transit Museum Society (TRAMS) is a unique way to see the holiday sights–and it’s a fundraiser for the incredible work the TRAMS volunteers do to restore and promote the region’s transit history, including their fleet of vintage vehicles.
The two and a half-hour tours depart at 7 pm from the 29th Avenue SkyTrain station; the exact route will be determined closer to the event date to make sure the best and the most brightly decorated homes are on the tour.
When: December 14, 15,21, 22, & 28 7 pm.
Where: Departs 29th Avenue SkyTrain Station
Cost: $25/Adult, $15/ Seniors & Students (14-18), $7/ kids; book online