Toronto Is Getting A Real-Life Whoville This Month & You Can Visit The Grinch's Cave

From the creators of The Dr. Seuss Experience!
Toronto Senior Staff Writer
Toronto Is Getting A Real-Life Whoville This Month & You Can Visit The Grinch's Cave

The city is getting Seuss-ified this Christmas.

Toronto's Grinch's Grotto is a new holiday experience opening at Square One Mall this month.

Created by the makers of the popular Dr. Seuss Experience, this new attraction will bring a bit of Grinchiness to your season.

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November 27, 2020 - January 3, 2021 Attraction dates

Instead of taking traditional Santa photos, guests can snap a picture with their favourite green holiday grump, the Grinch, instead.

The experience will transport you to into the story as you step inside the Grinch's cave.

The set-up is complete with a glowing fireplace, sack of presents, and classic Grinch-style tree.

You can even hold up a sign for your photo with all-too-relatable 2020 slogans, such as, "You’re a mean one, 2020” and “2020: Stink, Stank, Stunk".

Tickets are available online starting today, and the price includes a photo as well as an ornament.

The Grinch's Grotto

Price: $50 per group

When: November 27, 2020 - January 3, 2021

Address: 100 City Centre Dr., Mississauga, ON

Why You Need To Go: Celebrate the season Seuss-style by visiting the Grinch's cave.

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