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Toronto's Drive-Thru Christmas Trail Will Now Run Into 2021 With Added Surprises (PHOTOS)

It's a Christmas miracle! Toronto's Canadian Tire Christmas Trail is being extended so you can enjoy more holiday magic.

The much-anticipated event has already sold out twice, and due to the positive response, more dates are being added.

The trail opened on November 18, 2020, and it will now run until January 2, 2021.

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The attraction will officially be extended on November 24, 2020, and tickets will be available on the website.

The drive-along holiday experience features a 1.5-km trail of twinkling lights and displays.

You can find elves playing in the snow, a larger-than-life advent calendar, and other festive scenes.

You can even snap a photo with Santa himself as you wind along the glowing road.

More magical elements and surprises will be added after Christmas to help ring in the New Year.

Canadian Tire Christmas Trail

Price: $25 per vehicle

When: November 18, 2020 - January 2, 2021

Address: 1000 Murray Ross Pkwy., North York, ON

Why You Need To Go: Explore a dazzling holiday trail while staying cozy in your car.

Before you get going, check our Responsible Travel Guide so you can be informed, be safe, be smart, and most of all, be respectful on your trip.

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