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This Massive Sculpture Park Near Toronto Will Whisk You Away To Universal Studios

Get lost in the world of Marvel superheroes and dinosaurs!
This Massive Sculpture Park Near Toronto Will Whisk You Away To Universal Studios

If you’re looking for unique things to do in Ontario this fall, then a visit to Primitive Designs Canada is definitely in the cards for you.

Located roughly one hour from Toronto in Port Hope, Ont., this spot will almost make you feel like you’ve taken a trip to Universal Studios, without the expensive airfare.

You can marvel at three-headed dragons, stand with towering robots and take a seat in the epic chair from Game of Thrones on this 8,000-square-foot lot.

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You can spend hours lost in this unique sculpture world 

Everything in the gallery is handmade including an epic metal pterodactyl that’s constructed from recycled car parts and has a wingspan of 32 feet.

You can also find clothing, furniture, accessories, and so much more in the gallery if you want to do a little shopping while you visit.

The gallery is a seasonal spot that’s open Tuesday-Thursday for limited walk-ins and Friday to Sunday by appointment only.

Primitive Designs will stay open until Christmas Eve, so you still have plenty of time to check it off of your bucket list.

And if you love to roam among giant dinos, you'll have to visit this massive Jurassic Park inspired park in Ontario this month.

Primitive Designs Canada

Price: Free

When: Tuesday-Sunday

Address: 2762 Northumberland County Rd. 28, Port Hope, ON

Why You Need To Go: You can admire massive sculptures and unique handmade items at this epic gallery in Ontario.

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