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Little Canada helps Canadians think big (and small) this holiday season

Surprise your loved ones with these unique gift ideas

As the weather turns colder and the nights get longer, Canadians are reminded that the holiday season is right around the corner.

Between juggling online work and school, navigating long (but physically distanced) lines at malls and online shopping stock shortages, Canadians are expected to be challenged to find the perfect gift to give to their loved ones to help brighten up what has been a tough 2020.

Luckily, Little Canada, Toronto’s next big attraction, has come up with some unique gift ideas that will delight everyone on your gift list.

Little Me Experience

This year, buy that person in your life a little version of themselves and the chance to be immortalized into Little Canada forever!

By gifting the Little Me Experience you are giving a once-in-a-lifetime experience of stepping inside Little Canada’s Littilization Station where 128 cameras will take an instantaneous photo of you. Little Canada then uses that image to create your very own Little Me.  — one “Little Me” for you to keep and one that will be placed into Little Canada in the location of your choosing.

Little Me Experience purchasers will also have the opportunity to get a sneak peak of Little Canada, prior to the attraction being open to the public.

Packages start at $79

Little Canada Passport

Give the gift of adventure this holiday season by gifting your loved ones a one-year membership to Little Canada (also known as the Little Canada Passport).

Little Canada is a vast, highly detailed and animated miniature world brought to life by 21st century technology. The experience takes guests on an immersive journey throughCanada in miniature, offering them a rare opportunity to explore our beautiful country in just a few short hours.

A Little Canada passport is the perfect gift or stocking stuffer for the person who loves unique experiences.

Little Canada passports are $99 for an individual or $249 for a family passport (two adults and two children under 12 years of age). In addition to unlimited access to Little Canada, passport holders will also have a chance to preview the attraction with an exclusive sneak peak, prior to Little Canada borders opening to the general public.

“Holiday shopping can be stressful at the best of times,” says Joy Evenson from Little Canada. “Finding the right gift is always a challenge, which is why we wanted to provide some truly unique gift options for Canadians this holiday season that promise to end 2020 on a high note.”

Scheduled to open in 2021 at 10 Dundas E across from Yonge and Dundas Square, Little Canada is excited to welcome guests when the time is right.

For more information about Toronto’s next big attraction, Little Canada, and to purchase these unique gifts, please visit www.little-canada.ca.

You can also find Little Canada  on InstagramTwitter  and Facebook.

About Little Canada

Little Canada takes you on a journey of discovery from the moment you enter, a place where you’ll lose yourself in our country’s captivating vistas, famous landmarks, iconic cityscapes and little stories in miniature scale. Our mission is to evoke a sense of wonder and curiosity about Canada. Little Canada is a celebration of Canada and all that makes this country so great, shrunk into a 2 hour experience, a place for residents and visitors alike to experience Canada and all that it has to offer. All under one roof.

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