Little Canada is a miniature wonderland that encaptures different provinces of Canada in a mini version of Toronto.
Truly one of its kind, this place makes you feel like you’re in Gulliver’s land; so mark your calendars to not miss out on this truly incredible experience.
1. About Little Canada
The people who love Canada can’t visit it one place at a time, that will take years, if not a lifetime.
So an immigrant named Jean-Louis Brenninkmeijer who also was in love with Canada thought about making a miniature version of it.
He got the inspiration from Miniature Wunderland in Germany, which is the largest miniature park in the world.
The Little Canada features separate sections presenting different provinces of Canada.
Currently, they have successfully created Little Niagara, Petit Quebec, Little North, Little Toronto, Little Ottawa, and Little Golden Horseshoe and they even have had their very own customs agent at the entry point.
The creators are working on including Little West Coast, Little Rockies, Little Prairies, Petit Montreal, and Little East Coast as well and each section has been made keeping in mind a different season, some demonstrate Canada in fall and some in winter.
They are far friendlier than the real ones at the border and hand out the Little Canada passports to the guests on their arrival.
The different sections have miniature versions of popular landmarks and locally loved destinations to give it an even more realistic touch. The professionals there even provide you with an option to create a miniature version of yourself.
2. Other Important Details
The Little Canada exhibition welcomes people across all age groups. Along with that, children under 4 will be given a free-of-cost entry.
And the ones between the age of 4-12 will be given tickets at fewer rates than adults. Senior citizens and students will also get a concession when it comes to ticket prices.
The main center of Little Canada will operate between 10 am to 6 pm hours, for all days of the week except Mondays.
Although the attendees will only be given entry till 5-5:30 pm, no entry after that. So make sure to be on time so that you can get to enjoy the whole of Little Canada satisfactorily.
Also, there will be free onsite parking available.
3. How to Get the Tickets?
Tickets can be purchased through the FEVER app or website and the tickets are available according to different age groups, so make sure to check that before making the purchase.
If you are a student, don’t forget to bring your valid photo ID along and the ticket purchased from FEVER will admit one person belonging to the age group of the ticket to Little Canada without them having to stand in line.
4. Little Canada by Fever
- What: Little Canada Exhibition by FEVER.
- When: Every day from Tuesday to Sunday (Mondays are closed).
- Where: Little Canada located at 10 Dundas Street East in Toronto.
- Timings: From 10 am to 6 pm, last entry by 5-5:30 pm.
- Tickets: Get the tickets to Little Canada from here.