Canada's Wonderland Is Secretly Pranking Us

Someone at Ontario's beloved amusement park, Canada's Wonderland, actually has jokes and they're secretly pranking visitors on the daily. How you may ask? Well, it's hidden in plain sight, but we are going to guide you through it.

Before making a trip to Wonderland, you're probably going to want to look through the website to buy tickets or see if there are any big updates you should know about before hitting up the park.

With Wonderland reopening at the start of July, there were a few big changes park-goers needed to be aware of, and even though entry time-specific reservation bookings have since been scrapped, some have still remained.

One, for example, is having a member of your group download their app onto their phone with Location Services enabled so you can get real-time updates about everything that's going down at the park.

If you have questions about the app, Wonderland has an entire page dedicated to it. It breaks down all of the other perks and benefits that come with the download, including how your digital season pass will look on your phone.


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While this page does not really stand out in any particular way, if you scan the QR code on the phone, you'll be surprised at what pops up — and it will make you feel weirdly nostalgic.

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