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The Toronto Zoo Is Transforming Into A Drive-Thru Holiday Wonderland This Week

Hop into your sleigh, or car, because a festive experience is taking over one of the city's major attractions.

The Toronto Zoo's Holiday Drive-Thru is transforming the area into a festive wonderland, and you can explore it without leaving your car.

The adventure will take you on a journey past several holly jolly sights.

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November 28 - December 21, 2020 Event dates

You'll see a giant 35-foot tall Christmas tree, Santa's cottage and 'reindeer', and a workshop with elves making toys.

You can also have a drive-by visit with Father Christmas himself.

Don't forget to bring your wishlist so you can mail it to the North Pole until December 10.

Donations of non-perishable food items and toys will be accepted at the event.

Tickets for the experience are available online.

Toronto Zoo Holiday Drive-Thru

Price: $20 + per car

When: November 28 - December 21, 2020

Address: Zoo Rd., Scarborough, ON

Why You Need To Go: Adventure through a winter zoo at this festive drive-thru experience.

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