'Tis the season for cookies, nostalgic music, and of course, dreamy photo ops. From snowy fields to sparkling light displays, it's the perfect time of year to take some Insta-worthy snaps. This month, you can take your picture game to a whole new level at this interactive pop-up happening near Toronto. Explore a variety of unique backdrops and grab some awesome shots. Kitchener's Vivid Dreams Pop Up has tons of fun and festive displays for you to adventure through this month.

Immersive pop-ups have been all the rage lately, with several popular experiences taking place around the province.

Toronto's Eye Candy brought visitors from all around to take fun photos in its colourful displays, and the Funhouse is full of artsy rooms and Insta-worthy decor.

Vivid Dreams is the very first immersive pop-up to take place in the Kitchener area. 

You can adventure through twelve different displays and snap some unique shots at each one.

The experience includes a nostalgic 90's blowup couch and giant pop tart that will whisk you back to your childhood. 

There are also festive photo opportunities to fill you with Christmas cheer.

Take part in a snowball fight with your bestie, and lounge beneath a mountain of gifts.

Wander through a glimmering light tunnel, and make yourself someone's greatest gift by popping out of a giant present.

You're invited to bring non-perishable food items along with you to help those in need in the area.

The pop-up runs for a limited time from now until November 24. 

Tickets are available online and will be limited at the door. Admission is $20 on weekends and $15 during the week.

Find your most festive outfit and check out this immersive Instagram experience. You can also visit some more holiday events in the area, like the Christkindl Market and Mistletoe Trail.

Vivid Dreams

Price: $15 - $20

When: Until November 24, 2019

Address: 1600 River Rd. E., Kitchener, ON

Why You Need To Go: Explore this immersive Instagram exhibition filled with fun and festive photo-ops.

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