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You Can Walk Through Toronto's 80-Foot Tunnel Of Sequins Next Month For Free

Come immerse yourself in glittery sequins!
You Can Walk Through Toronto's 80-Foot Tunnel Of Sequins Next Month For Free

Attention all glitter and sequin lovers! Toronto's Tunnel of Glam is coming back to town on December 1 and it's definitely going to be worth a visit. The interactive art tunnel will be available for free and will allow you to walk through an 80-foot tunnel covered in millions of glimmering sequins. Brought to you by the Yonge + St. Clair BIA and Studio F Minus, the tunnel is 80 feet of walls covered in glittery, multicoloured sequins. They are reversible, meaning you can drag your hand along the walls and turn them over to reveal another colour. It is the largest-ever use of reversible sequins in an art project. The tunnel features 14 million interwoven units, according to their website.The space makes for a glimmery, aesthetic day or evening that's perfect for picture taking. They are open from 7 a.m. untill 11 p.m., and you can visit free of charge. If you're looking to visit the glimmering sequin tunnel next month, you can find it just outside of St. Clair subway station. Just head north on Yonge after exiting the station to be transported into a magical tunnel.  Check out some of what last year looked like. It's perfect for all ages and is so fitting for this time of year. See for yourself below.

You can make patterns or write you name in the glitter too.

Come out and nurture your inner child in this out-of-this-world installation that is here for a limited time. Just another fun thing to do in Toronto for free. 

Once you've visited this Tunnel of Glam, you can also check out a variety of other bizarre and fun things to do in the 6ix, including a retro bar full of superhero drinks. 

Tunnel Of Glam

Price: Free

When: December 1 to January 6, 7 a.m. to 11 p.m.

Address: 1501 Yonge St., Toronto, ON

Why You Need To Go: Immerse yourself in sequins at this one of a kind art installation. 

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