You Can Find Waldo The Colossal Snowman Hidden In This Ottawa Neighbourhood

It is almost taller than a two-storey house! ☃️
Waldo The Snowman Is A Free Winter Attraction Hidden In This Ottawa Neighbourhood

Forget Frosty; you'll want to find Waldo the snowman in Ottawa this winter.

Just because Winterlude is virtual this year doesn't mean you can't see the frozen sculptures.

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All over the city, you can see locals crafting some over-the-top snowmen

But for the most epic sight, you need to head to Toulouse Crescent in Orleans.

You won't be able to miss the gigantic attraction as you drive or walk by, as it is more than double your height.

One of the homeowners has been brightening locals' spirits for years by building adorable snowmen.

While the sculpture is always called Waldo, it gets a fresh new look every year.

If you are looking for something free to do, why not find this hidden gem before he melts?

Before you get going, check our Responsible Travel Guide so you can be informed, be safe, be smart, and most of all, be respectful on your adventure.

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