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You Can Wander Through A Giant Glowing Rainbow Tunnel At Toronto's Waterfront This Winter

The area is being transformed with immersive installations!
You Can Wander Through A Giant Glowing Rainbow Tunnel At Toronto's Waterfront This Winter

The city's waterfront is getting a total makeover this season, and it's worth braving the cold weather to see it.

Toronto's Site Alive winter programming will transform the 10-acre waterfront campus into an immersive world. 

Presented by the Harbourfront Centre and Waterfront BIA, the event will feature several new activities and exhibits over the next 2 months.

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Opening first is a massive outdoor photo exhibit revealing the impact of COVID-19 on everyday life.

Festival Of Cool follows in January, and you'll be whisked away to the North through the use of audio, light, and technology.

You can wander through a glowing light tunnel that's over 100-meters long called Sonic Runway, and explore the giant illuminated Iceberg installation.

Lastly, a discovery-based audio adventure will further immerse you in Northern life as you explore the waterfront area.

“We’re very pleased to support opportunities to visit this winter that are distanced and spread out,” Tim Kocur, Executive Director of the Waterfront BIA, said in a press release.

Explore a whole new world at Toronto's waterfront this winter.

Site Alive

Price: Free

When: November 27, 2020 - February 7, 2021

Address: Waterfront BIA Campus, Toronto, ON

Why You Need To Go: Explore dazzling installations and exhibitions at Toronto's waterfront this winter.

*This article's cover image is for illustrative purposes only.

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