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Incredible ‘Little Canada’ attraction brings full-sized fun to Toronto


Miniature Canada attraction opens to the public August 5 at 10 Dundas East across from Yonge and Dundas Square

TORONTO, July 27, 2021 – Toronto’s newest big attraction, Little Canada, is opening 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.

Miniature Old Quebec, Quebec City. “Parlez-vous français? Experience the magic of la belle province with its cobblestone streets and European influenced architecture set in a winter wonderland. This destination is sure to capture your heart.”

“We are thrilled to finally be able to open our borders,” says Jean-Louis Brenninkmeijer, Founder and President of Little Canada. “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.”

Upon opening, 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.

Miniature Parliament Hill, Ottawa. “The true north capital welcomes you to Little Ottawa. Witness the breathtaking view of our Parliament buildings accompanied by the celebration of cultures that this city so proudly represents.”

Both general and annual admission can be purchased online starting July 29. Tickets to the attraction come with a visitor guide and scavenger hunt, challenging guests to pay attention to the intricate details of the displays.

“Upon entry into Little Toronto, you’ll be struck with its impressive skyline lit with 30,000 twinkling LED lights as you experience the many famous landmarks of Canada’s most populous city.”

“Little Canada truly has something for everyone,” notes Brenninkmeijer. “With the construction of Little North, guests will have the opportunity to get a behind-the-scenes look at how our Miniature Makers bring our little country to life. And we plan to expand, year after year, by adding new destinations until the experience covers all of Canada, from coast-to-coast-to-coast, so visitors can come to Little Canada again and again for new experiences.”

Miniature southwestern Ontario. Following along the bustling 401 highway, you will cut through the familiar regions and landmarks of Southwestern Ontario set behind a beautiful display of autumn colours.

Guests can even become Little Canadians! By stepping inside the Littization Station and striking a pose, 128 cameras take a 360-degree instantaneous photo to create a 3D ¾ 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.

As you walk through customs you’ll enter Little Niagara and hear the majestic roar of Horseshoe Falls. Exhibit includes Clifton Hill, and the quaint historic town of Niagara-on-the-Lake.

With a thorough COVID-19 safety plan in place, visitors can feel confident about entering the safe, 45,000-square-foot environment. Measures include ventilation airflow testing, an air filtration upgrade to MERV13 filters, mandatory mask wearing except while eating or drinking, timed entry to ensure physical distancing, limited hourly attendance to control capacity, routine cleaning before, during and after visits and hand sanitizing stations. Guests are also encouraged to purchase their tickets online, in advance.

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