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Little Canada

#89 of 332 Tours in Toronto
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Toronto, Canada
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About Little Canada
Little Canada is a journey of discovery through a vast, highly detailed and animated miniature attraction. Enjoy an immersive 90 minute experience exploring the captivating vistas, famous landmarks, iconic cityscapes and little stories of Canada right in the heart of downtown Toronto at 10 Dundas St. East.
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K A wrote a review 15 Nov
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Fascinating all the detail put into the exhibits. The lights and sound effects really brought to life the exhibits. Staff were so friendly and happy to answer all of our questions.
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Date of experience: November 2021
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Richard S wrote a review 13 Nov
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Intricate, whimsical, fabulous! I went for an hour, spent three, and still couldn't take in the half of it. And this is just the beginning. As time goes by segments representing the East Coast, Prairies, Mountains, and the Left Coast will all be added. They are already working on The North!
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Date of experience: November 2021
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Patti L wrote a review Oct 2021
Toronto, Canada499 contributions67 helpful votes
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I've visited Little Canada twice in a month now, and I'm not even a modeler or a railroader. My first visit was with friends who are in their early seventies, and the second, this past weekend, was with a pair of five year olds and their dads. BOTH visits were fantastic. The guides are incredibly friendly and helpful and proud of Little Canada (but know when to 'lay back'). I cannot speak highly enough of how wonderful ALL of the staff is, right from the front ticket office, to ticket takers, Covid screeners, guides, cafe and merch staff. There is not only a very high level of detail in every layout, but there is humour, and the element of surprise. Looking for "Maurice" the moose adds an extra layer of discovery, and the various nods to the season (fall colours) and Hallowe'en - those haunted houses - were very much appreciated. We were "little-ized" on both visits, but chose this time to purchase the package wherein our twins' model will be installed into LIttle Oakville, and we will receive a copy of the model to install onto my husband's train layout in our home. The twins themselves will receive the larger copy of themselves to play with. A great souvenir. I'm sure I could visit 100 times and discover something new every time. Luckily, we have a family membership, so that's an option!!!!
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Date of experience: October 2021
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t42 wrote a review Oct 2021
Toronto, Canada361 contributions235 helpful votes
Join everyone else in confirming how much we enjoyed this experience. Especially loved the light show on the Parliament Buildings while O Canada played in the background. Impossible to see everything in one visit, we will be back. Great place to take visitors even if they don't know what they are looking at - the level of detail is unbelievable. Experience could be improved for us locals with more information about what exactly we are looking at since I found the staff weren't always sure themselves i.e. concert at a home next to the Bell Homestead.
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Date of experience: October 2021
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karen s wrote a review Oct 2021
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Little Canada is a Little Marvell!! Enjoyed seeing the amazing likeness of places across Canada I recognized and have visited. Impressed at the intricate detail, like the frisky little chickens no bigger than large bread crumbs that were fluttering about, the arms on a little person that were as fine as string and a hotel room maybe an inch square with a room full of furniture. Then the bigger things like seeing actual replays on video screens at a sporting event, the roof opening at the Rogers Centre and traffic backed up at the border crossing. You definitely need to take your time to try and take in all the detail, which is literally impossible. Make sure to have your free photo/video taken with a friend or family member. You may find yourself on display one day or you may want a 3D caricature of yourself. And check out the workshop to see first hand how some of Little Canada comes together. Or like my group you may get a chance to meet Jean-Louis Brenninkmeijer, the founder, who was busy helping out in the workshop on a Saturday. Now that is passion!! A very enjoyable experience appropriate for all ages. A place to go back and visit and see the many things you never noticed the first time or second time. And Little Canada is still expanding so another reason to go back! Enjoy!!
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Date of experience: October 2021
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