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Toronto Candyland At Bayview Village Is An Instagram Paradise

You don't need to find a golden ticket in order to visit a candy wonderland - this colourful new pop-up in Toronto will sweep you away to a sugar-filled paradise.

Candyland is an immersive experience that just opened at Bayview Village Shopping Centre, and you can explore this Instagrammable installation for free until December 2021.

Bayview Village | Handout

The event is in partnership with New York candy lifestyle brand by robynblair, and it's filled with vibrant art prints, a rainbow road, gumball machines and more.

While you can't actually eat the candy, there are goodie boxes available to purchase from Bayview Village for $45.85.

The sweet pop-up is the perfect place to snap some photos for the 'gram, plus you don't have to spend a dime to visit it.

Candyland

Bayview Village | Handout

Price: Free

When: Until December 2021

Address: 2901 Bayview Ave., North York, ON

Why You Need To Go: Explore a colourful candy wonderland by visiting this new pop-up.

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