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Go Small or Go Home

Little Canada Has Opened Its Borders

Toronto’s newest big attraction, Little Canada, has opened its doors at long last; giants and little ones alike can satisfy their wanderlust by visiting Canada’s striking landscapes and intricate landmarks by simply heading to downtown Toronto.

The highly detailed and immersive miniature attraction offers spectacular scenery, enveloping soundscapes, animated features, and moving cars, trains, and boats that all operate on a 15-minute day cycle; upon sunset thousands of tiny lights illuminate the display. A journey 10 years in the making, the attraction will open to the public August 5 at 10 Dundas East across from Yonge and Dundas Square.

Jean-Louis Brenninkmeijer, Founder and President of Little Canada, said: “We are thrilled to finally be able to open our borders. People are itching to see the world and travel again; Little Canada offers an immersive cross-country adventure all under one roof. We can’t wait for our visitors to experience the magic of Little Canada firsthand and the many great things this country has to offer, in miniature form. We’re ready to welcome you all into our home and be a part of something small.”

Guests can visit five destinations including Little Niagara, Little Toronto, Little Golden Horseshoe, Little Ottawa and Petit Québec. A sixth destination, Little North, will be under construction. To round out the experience, visitors can head to the Little Bites Café and enjoy some quintessentially Canadian food and beverages.

Both general and annual admission can now be purchased online and tickets to the attraction come with a visitor guide and scavenger hunt, challenging guests to pay attention to the intricate details of the displays.

Go to www.little-canada.ca for more.