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Toronto’s Union Station Completely Transformed For The Holidays & It’s The Festive Cheer We All Need

Plus there's a great social media campaign to give back to those in need.
Toronto’s Union Station Completely Transformed For The Holidays & It’s The Festive Cheer We All Need

Even though this holiday season will be different, Union Station is surprising downtown Toronto with the holiday magic we all need this year. For the first time, Union Holiday - Presented by TD will bring a luminous and immersive outdoor glacier wall installation to Front Street Plaza. 

From now until January 3rd, this installation will be open to those of all ages--be they commuters or passersby--so they can get outdoors for some winter fun. To ensure visitors are practicing safe social distancing protocols, Union Station staff and social-distancing markers will be on-site throughout the installation.

So, what can visitors expect when checking out this unique outdoor installation? Basically, an entire winter wonderland adventure!

To spread the spirit of the holiday season, Union Holiday - Presented by TD will transport commuters and passersby to another world by experiencing new textures and landscapes: from larger-scale cliffs that emulate the edge of ice floes and icebergs, to an exquisite feature piece of a frozen waterfall.  

Experience one of the installation’s immersive sound and light shows that reflect the natural world. With shows taking place both during the day and in the evening, Union Holiday - Presented by TD is the perfect socially-distanced activity for those of all ages to enjoy outdoor winter fun.

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To add the star on top of this already -cheerful event, they also brought in a gigantic (and sustainably sourced) Christmas tree — the largest Union has ever hosted! — decorated to the max. 

There’s no better way to get into the holiday spirit than giving! For every social post that uses the hashtag #TDUnionHoliday, Union and TD will donate $1 to a maximum of $10,000.00 to United Way Greater Toronto.

Spring Morris Photography

Even if you don't feel like getting out of your car, take a drive past the Front Street Plaza to check out Union Holiday from the warmth of your vehicle. It's worth the ride.

Spring Morris Photography

Union Holiday - Presented by TD

Price: Free

When: Until Sunday, January 3, 2020

Where: Union Station, 65 Front St. W., Toronto, ON M5J 1E3

Why You Need To Go: To get in the festive spirit and contribute to a great cause.

To learn more about Union Holiday - Presented by TD, visit the website here. For even more Holiday magic, follow Union Station on Instagram and Facebook.

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