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This Toronto Village Has Transformed Into A Sparkling Holiday Dreamland (PHOTOS)

You can even see Santa's sleigh flying overhead! 🎅🏻
This Toronto Village Has Transformed Into A Sparkling Holiday Dreamland (PHOTOS)

It's beginning to look a lot like Christmas at this twinkling spot in the city.

Toronto's Bloor-Yorkville Holiday Magic displays have returned for another year, and the neighbourhood is glowing with festive cheer.

You can find a light tunnel, giant tree, oversized snowflakes, and more throughout the area.

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As you wander down Old York Lane, look up to see Santa and his reindeer flying overhead.

This year, a new installation of Urban Campfire Benches will illuminate Bloor street.

The 60 benches resemble campfires and light up when used.

They are set to become a permanent fixture in the village, and include infinite colour customizations which can be changed to reflect different seasons and holidays.

Step into a sparkling holiday wonderland nestled in the city this season.

Bloor-Yorkville Holiday Magic

Price: Free

When: Until December 31, 2020

Address: Bloor-Yorkville, Toronto, ON

Why You Need To Go: Explore a Christmas wonderland at this twinkling village in Toronto.

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