Something magical is coming to Ontario Place and it’s like a snow globe come to life! Beginning this November, Snow Magic will invite you to “explore a wonder-filled adventure inspired by fire, ice, and light.”

Drive your way through 1.7 km of magical sights, including 18 art installations, crystalline caverns, awe-inspiring creatures and “mysterious sights that only dreams are made of.”

“Feel the pulse of a heartfelt soundscape that inspires you. Surround yourself with captivating beauty, awe and delight. Be curious, play the game and share the tale,” the description says. Winter has never seemed so exciting!

The multi-sensory experience will take you through 3 different worlds — Celestial, Terra Firma, and Oceanic. Your journey will be accompanied by a dreamy “sound story,” which fuses “strings, horns, and synthesizers,” as well as nature sounds.

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Celestial will make you feel as if you’re floating among the stars, Terra Firma has a castle and frosty wonders to see, and Oceanic takes you into a gleaming grotto filled with deep-sea creatures. You can see a map of the whole experience here.

Every stop on your journey is described on the event’s website, and it includes magical sights like an enchanted forest, a real blowing blizzard, a dreamy castle on a hill, icicle caves, and more.  The whole experience sounds like something out of a storybook and we are absolutely here for it.

This event is just one of many exciting festivals happening around Ontario next month. Niagara’s dazzling Winter Festival of Lights is officially returning for another year of holiday magic, and Wonderland’s WinterFest is back and dreamier than ever. Plus, Toronto’s very own North Pole-inspired Christmas Trail!

Tickets to Snow Magic go on sale this Thursday, October 14th, and must be purchased ahead of time. The experience takes about 30 minutes in total. It runs all the way through the holiday season and into January, so you’ve got plenty of time to see it.


Where: 955 Lake Shore Blvd W
When: November 12, 2021 — January 16, 2022