This Crazy Pop-Up Experience Filled With Interactive Installations Is Coming To Toronto Tomorrow - Narcity

This Crazy Pop-Up Experience Filled With Interactive Installations Is Coming To Toronto Tomorrow

Find your new happy place!

Toronto is clearly becoming a hot-spot for international exhibits and exciting installations that are popular across the globe! Usually, these insane exhibits, pop-ups, museums and installations skip Canada to hit huge markets like the US, Europe and Asia. But lucky for all of us, Canada isn't getting overlooked anymore and Toronto is the host for all of them! 

Things like the super cool light show under the gardener, the permanent location of the museum of optical illusions, the beloved Manolo Blahnik exhibit at the Bata Shoe Museum are all popping up in Toronto this year and we couldn't be happier! 

The newest international exhibit to hit Toronto is the super cool Happy Place pop-up. Happy Place is a hugely popular pop-up that has hit cities like Los Angeles and Chicago so far! This pop-up is full of interactive installations, multi-sensory rooms and super cool spots to take killer Instagram photos. 

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Happy Place is officially landing in Toronto on November 1st and running until January 1st at the Harbourfront Centre! Their main goal is to bring a smile to your face and the super fun rooms and interactive installations will definitely do just that. You can jump off of a double rainbow into a pot of bright yellow (gold) balls, swirl around in the world's largest confetti dome, have a soak, without the water, in their signature rubber ducky bathtub, and wander through a room packed from floor to ceiling with orange flowers!

This is just the beginning of what this crazy pop-up has to offer and you can tell from their photos that it's probably the most fun, bright and happy thing to come to Toronto, ever. 

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Tickets are currently on sale online. On Monday, Wednesday and Thursday ticket prices are $32.50 including taxes and fees. On Friday through Sunday, tickets are selling for $35.51 including taxes and fees.

Check out their website for more information! 

 

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