Toronto’s Dr. Seuss exhibit is so popular, it’s staying open even longer

Via Curiocity Toronto

One fish, two fish, three fish, blue fish… Is that right? Oh, The Places You’ll Go has become such a hit in Toronto, it’s not leaving anytime soon! This incredible Dr. Seuss exhibit is going to be serving us major doses of childhood nostalgia through March.

The exhibit is centered around a maze based on “Oh, the Places You’ll Go.” Also, you can explore rooms based around old favourites like “The Lorax,” “The Cat in the Hat,” and “Did I Ever Tell You How Lucky You Are?” Basically, all the classics.

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The rooms are truly impressive. Textures, colours, and shapes make the whole thing feel like a playground. It’s like you’ve stepped right into Green Eggs and Ham. No, I don’t like that crap, Sam I Am. Who likes green eggs? That aside, it’s a gorgeous setup.

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The entire Dr. Seuss exhibit spans 15,000 feet of ~pure imagination and zany riddles~. After its stay here in Toronto, it’s taking off to tour the United States. Oh, the places it’ll go! Okay, we promise we’re done with that pun. That rhymed, we guess this place is rubbing off on us.

Step from one story to another in real life, and get ready to relive all those childhood story times. It’ll be magical!


When: Open through Sunday, March 22
Where: 100 City Centre Dr, Mississauga
Cost: Get tickets here