If you didn't already know, the small town of Stratford, Ontario was home to international pop star Justin Bieber long before he was touring the world and hitting the top of the music charts. Stratford it seems is so proud to call Justin a local boy, that they not only dedicated a page on the their tourism website to him, but also created a museum exhibit in his honour.
For any Belieber looking to get up close and personal with all things Justin and his life, the Stratford-Perth-Museum has created the Steps To Stardom exhibit that chronicles Justin's life, pre and post fame.
Some notable items from the exhibit include Justin's very first drum set, decals of his lyrics and quotes, personal photos, a lifesize cardboard cutout of Justin that exhibit goers can take a selfie with, and personal childhood objects.
And while Justin himself hasn't made an appearance at the museum since the exhibit opened a week ago, there were a few family members that took the time to pop their heads in. Most notably, Justin's mom Pattie.
And of course his grandparents, who still live in the area.
For anyone looking to check out the Steps to Stardom exhibit, it run until the end of 2018 at the Stratford-Perth-Museum. Tickets can be purchased online via their website and cost $7 or adults, $6 for seniors and students, and $5 for children 12 and under. And it's just under a two hour car ride from Toronto.