Ahh, the drive-through. It’s quickly becoming a 2020 staple for safe entertainment. Well, now ANOTHER drive-though event has hit the scene. This time, they’re ramping things up in a whole new way. The Polar Drive-Through Experience at Toronto Pearson is the very first in Canada to be multi-level.
That’s right, there’s more than one story (haha) to this magnificent display. In fact, the whole thing spans a whopping six levels tall! That’s a whole lot of holiday cheer, you guys! Each level has its own theme and is decked out to the nines with fun for the whole family.
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They’ve got an LED light tunnel, a winter wonderland, a crystal cave, a visit with Santa Clause, and loads more. The whole thing is full of all the glitz and glam your holiday season is missing. But the best part? Because it’s all from your car, it’s completely COVID-19 safe! Ugh, we love a little risk-free entertainment. Plus, the event comes with a fabulous environmentally-friendly message. To offset the carbon footprint by the Polar Drive-Thru, the event will be planting loads of trees. You can learn more about all of that right here.
Tickets are already on sale, so get yours today. Right now they’re offering special early bird pricing! All you’ve gotta do is log on, pick a date, and purchase your spot. Then you’re good to go! We’ll see you at the drive-through!
POLAR DRIVE-THROUGH EXPERIENCE
Where: 6145 Viscount Drive, Missassauga
When: November 27th – January 3rd
Tickets: Get yours here.
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