How big is Canada? Obviously, we know it’s the second-largest country by landmass in the world, but what would it look like if you put all of its major landmarks and attractions into one place? Well, Little Canada, the unique exhibit getting ready to open in Toronto, is doing just that.

Featuring landmarks and skylines from across the country, Little Canada is a whole lotta detail in a relatively small space. We say small, because the 1:87 scale still means a whopping 45,000 square feet to explore when the attraction is fully completed.

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Turns out, it takes a lot of effort to build Little Canada. So far, after around 180,000 hours (!!) of work, there are 5 different ‘regions’ to explore. These are Little Niagara, Little Toronto, Little Golden Horseshoe, Little Ottawa and Petit Québec. The ‘Little North’ area is currently under construction, but is available for viewing as well.

As a fun modern touch, the attraction will also have a ‘Littlization Station’. Here, guests can have their bodies scanned, with the option to purchase a 3D model that will have a home in Little Canada. We must admit, this sounds like the cherry on top of a hilariously weird date idea/day out with the family.

Which means we can’t wait to check it out ourselves! For more info, click the link below.

Little Canada

When: Slated to open this summer
Where: 10 Dundas Street East