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Little Frights At Little Canada

New Toronto Attraction Offers Unique Halloween Experience

With Halloween just around the corner, Toronto’s newest attraction is offering spooky experiences for its visitors that will be enjoyed by the whole family.

On Oct. 30 and Oct. 31, visitors can be part of something small and spooky by visiting Little Canada dressed up in costume.

They will have a chance to participate in a number of Halloween-themed activities including spooky Canadian ghost stories, a supernatural scavenger hunt, and the chance to win a one-of-a-kind haunted house made by one of Little Canada’s Miniature Makers.

To round out the experience, guests have the option to become “Littlized” in costume.

By stepping inside the Littization Station and striking a pose, 128 cameras take a 360-degree instantaneous photo to create a 3D, three-quarter inch Little Me. Guests then choose from a list of locations in the little destinations where their Little Me can be placed. For an additional cost, a second Little Me will be mailed to guests so they can proudly display a souvenir of their experience at home.

Located at Yonge and Dundas square, visitors of Little Canada can experience 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.

For more on Little Canada, go to www.little-canada.ca

 

 

 

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