THIS PLACE IS AMAZING DEFINITELY RECOMMENDED!!! .The best part I love was Little Niagara , Little Toronto , Little Ottawa ,and Little Quebec let's not forget I encounter funny accident on the Little Gold HorseShoe on the highway ahahaha LoL 😂 .I would request PLEASE DO LITTLE VAUGHAN I THINK 🇨🇦🎢CANADA'S WONDERLAND WILL BE GREAT IDEA I WOULD LOVE SEE LEVIATHAN OR YUKON STRIKER,OR EVEN BEHEMOTH GET STUCK ON THE LIFTHILL HAHAHAHAHA ,And also do 🛫✈️Lester B Person International Airport it would fit very well and BY Then I HOPE EVERYTHING IS COMPLETE WHEN I COME BACK I'M EXCITED !!! 🙂11/18/2021
My family really enjoyed visiting Little Canada. This is one of the place where people from all the age groups will have good time. The minute level detailing on every city is simply amazing. Staff is friendly and take a pride in showing you some great stuff which you might miss. Definitely will visit again when they add more cities.Make sure you don’t miss the Canada Day celebration on the parliament hill. This will blow your mind.11/18/2021
Vieux modéliste et grand amoureux des petits et des grands trains et surtout de leur histoire (l'histoire du Canada a été faite avec celle du chemin de fer), j'ai été très impressionné par vos présentations: leurs cadres, la qualité de réalisation, la mise en scène, la courtoisie du personnel... J'ai visité beaucoup d'autres évocations en modèles réduits: Hambourg, Lyon, entre autres et y ai parfois participé. Je travaille toujours dans le domaine mais sur des projets plus modestes... Je regrette surtout qu'étant donné la qualité et l'ambition formidable de votre projet, vous n'ayez pas intégré un côté plus international en ayant au moins du français dans les légendes et le personnel qui faisait cependant bien son possible. J'aimerai pouvoir y retourner bientôt et y faire un tour avec un aspect plus technique, comme le propose Hambourg du reste (VIP)... en français...11/18/2021
What a great experience. The staff are obviously extremely well trained, super friendly, very helpful staff. They also seem to be enjoying their roles! The wonderful miniaturizations and displays are works class. A great way to spend a couple of hours downtown Toronto, even if you're not tourist! Little Canada is a must see attraction!!!11/18/2021
Let me start by saying that the staff there were amazing! We feel very welcomed, and they were always around and available to answer any questions. We visited all 5 little destinations, as well as the Littlization Station where you get your 360° photo taken, and later on you have an option to purchase your mini figurine; and the Miniature Makers Studio, which was most impressive - the amount of work the employees put in to just a small tree was AMAZING! Highly recommended!11/18/2021
Wonderful! Intricate, whimsical, fabulous! I went for an hour, spent three, and still couldn't take in the half of it. And this is just the beginning. As time goes by segments representing the East Coast, Prairies, Mountains, and the Left Coast will all be added. They are already working on The North!11/13/2021
I've always been a huge fan of these kinds of things, and this one was spectacular. Extremely detailed, accurate representations of city life. Niagara Falls was the best, with Toronto maybe the most underwhelming due to the inclusion of only select areas of downtown. Nevertheless, when the future areas are built, I will return with pleasure. Worthwhile for all ages, however shorter people may be at somewhat of a disadvantage since there are some details that benefit a higher point of view. Very excited for Little North and of course, the mountains of BC!11/11/2021
Simply amazing. A must see. Very friendly and helpful staff. When they complete some of the other areas of Canada + expansions to existing, it will be stunning.Some liberties are taken, don't expect exact replicas. Toronto was the first thing they built and it's a bit obvious. It's still fantastic!Just take in the splendor of it all and appreciate the amazing effort and perseverance placed in its creation.11/04/2021
Wonderful exhibits! They are still completing a few areas like the East Coast, Prarie, Rockies, West Coast and Northern Territories - but what they have so far is incredible and takes a good hour to go through! Niagara Falls is so impressive with its animated falls, it filled the whole room. The scale of everything is insane it has to be seen in person - can't wait for them to complete more areas! I also loved the inclusion of places not normally seen like Hamilton and Waterlooo/Kitchener - even Stratford makes it on here! I was nice to see and you can tell a lot of thought and effort and research went into this.11/02/2021
It is amazing. Perfect for kids and the child within you. Everything is made an amazing level of detail. The stuff are extremely friendly and helpful, everyone seem to genuinely love what they are do there which is very rare these days.They do an excellent job with social distancing and vaccine passport enforcement, we felt very safe there. Can't wait for the new additions such as little north and east coasts.11/02/2021
Wow, totally exceeded expectations. We had a blast, every scene is so incredibly detailed. You could spend hours looking for all the little easter eggs and hidden gags. Apparently it is only half done, there are another 7 or so scenes coming. We can't wait to go back in a few years when all of that is complete. And the miniaturization was very cool, if expensive. Our boys are now in Niagara Falls being terrified of the giants that stare at them 😉11/02/2021
Completely worth every penny. Truly an amazing display, and it will only keep getting better. A typical slow walking tour will take a good 90 min but even that does not seem long enough to absorb it all. Because of the nature of the display and space considerations not every single detail is included (I.e such as Toronto's iconic city hall) but they hit the big points and hit them well.Definitely a great place to visit as am individual or with friends and family. And you will need to go again. Once is not enough. And as it grows that will become even more clear.This is a true tribute to Canada and one every Canadian should be proud of!11/02/2021
Great way to spend part of an afternoon. We got the Annual pass. Live nearby and have been twice in a week. There is so much going on that there is always something you missed or a new little nook. Have 2 younger kids and they had a blast trying to find Morris the moose. Its a blast for all ages and ots right at younger and dundas so you can make a day of being downtown. PaRKing Tip. Ryerson has a parking lot on Victoria Street. Very reasonable daily rate and you can walk covered from the rain almost all the way. Note the exist to the parking garage for pedestrian is at the north end of the structure.11/02/2021
Excellent place to visit. The models contain a lot of great little details from flashing lights to moving cars. The staff are really friendly and are clearly really excited by their jobs. They went past closing hours to give my partner and I a little tour of how everything operates.Will be back again in the future, highly recommend visiting.11/02/2021
We just got back from Little Canada and it was awesome. My family had a great time. This is an excellent attraction for a birthday party or corporate team event. The first 5 exhibits are very compelling; so much detail and there's more to come! The staff were friendly and engaging with the kids. This is a high-end exhibit at a great price point . We will be back. Thank you Little Canada team!11/02/2021
We spent over 2 hours visiting the 5 'little' areas and we can't wait for our next visit ! As a modeler myself (and not to the calibre of Little Canada people) I can appreciate the staggering amount of effort that went into these dioramas ... it is simply unbelievable when you look at any small portion of any of the layouts and think about it and then in your head, multiply what went into that one small feature and compare it to the whole display of that area. Hundreds of vehicles, all with headlights and taillights are in constant motion around the roads of the layouts; trains including freight, VIA, and GO Transit are continuously scurrying about. About how very real everything is, is an example of one of the Marriott's in Niagara Falls ... you wouldn't know that you were down by the Falls (Table Rock) in the real and looking up at the hotel ... we even picked out our room that we stayed in a few years ago, that's how real the displays are.Besides being breathtaking and absolutely real, it is educational as well and should be far more exciting and educational to young people than video games.11/02/2021
I thoroughly enjoyed my visit to Little Canada, just over a month ago. As others have said, the intricate, detailed work is truly amazing. This must be a massive undertaking and I can't wait to see other regions of Canada on display. The staff were very helpful in answering my questions and in pointing out things that I probably would have otherwise missed. I remember one of the tour guides said there are some surprises thrown in for fun, so maybe some of the places don't really exist. This might be one of them! Can someone identify this photo for me? Is it a real place?11/02/2021
Attended with a friend, and we both agreed this was a wonderful attraction for all ages. The amount of craftsmanship was truly amazing.Seeing these locations from Ontario and Quebec replicated so accurately in scale models was a joy to behold. Each individual display is enormous and does a 15 minute day to night cycle. There are sound effects, moving trains, buses, cars, people and animals. Look for the smoking volcano in the Niagara Falls mini-golf dinosaur park. Staff are friendly, helpful, and non-intrusive. Safety standards are top-notch. I'm ready to go back tomorrow !11/02/2021
I think the photos look it better than it Is really. I mean it's pretty cool but I don't like how disorganized it is. It's not a replica. Things are places all over so if you are not from these places(in some cases even if you are) you won't know where these buildings are because they are all so misplaced. And there's no description of what you're looking at. That could be helpful. It's just an okay experience. The staff is extremely helpful tho for anything you want to ask but like how many times can I bother someone lol. And you can clearly tell how much effort went into putting this together. 👏11/02/2021
I didn't know what to expect but was blown away. What a neat experience looking at the detail each designer has put into every element of this exhibit. I loved that they have activities that change over time to keep it fresh, right now Halloween finds, characters, costumes, decorations all over the sets. It was also cool how the exhibit changes while you are there from day to night.My kids loved it and were so excited they didn't know what to look at there was so much to see. We are getting a pass, excited to go back.11/02/2021
My family spent a few hours there easily, so highly detailed HO scale dioramas with moving cars, trucks ,and trains as well with working lights. Highlights include Little Ottawa with an O Canada show and Rogers Centre in LittleToronto with an opening roof. Another nice feature is there is a daylight scene as well as a night time scene.11/02/2021
It was super beautiful and the details are incredible! I took my parents and they loved it. I was excited seeing the motion of the cities and the enthusiasm of the Little Canada Employees. Fell more in love with Canada and will definitely go back to see more destinations open up!11/02/2021
A great experience for kids, and for the kids in ALL of us. I've visited Little Canada twice in a month now, and I'm not even a modeler or a railroader. My first visit was with friends who are in their early seventies, and the second, this past weekend, was with a pair of five year olds and their dads.
BOTH visits were fantastic. The guides are incredibly friendly and helpful and proud of Little Canada (but know when to 'lay back'). I cannot speak highly enough of how wonderful ALL of the staff is, right from the front ticket office, to ticket takers, Covid screeners, guides, cafe and merch staff.
There is not only a very high level of detail in every layout, but there is humour, and the element of surprise. Looking for "Maurice" the moose adds an extra layer of discovery, and the various nods to the season (fall colours) and Hallowe'en - those haunted houses - were very much appreciated.
We were "little-ized" on both visits, but chose this time to purchase the package wherein our twins' model will be installed into LIttle Oakville, and we will receive a copy of the model to install onto my husband's train layout in our home. The twins themselves will receive the larger copy of themselves to play with. A great souvenir.
I'm sure I could visit 100 times and discover something new every time. Luckily, we have a family membership, so that's an option!!!!
Be Sure to Go - Maybe More than Once! Join everyone else in confirming how much we enjoyed this experience. Especially loved the light show on the Parliament Buildings while O Canada played in the background. Impossible to see everything in one visit, we will be back. Great place to take visitors even if they don't know what they are looking at - the level of detail is unbelievable. Experience could be improved for us locals with more information about what exactly we are looking at since I found the staff weren't always sure themselves i.e. concert at a home next to the Bell Homestead.10/10/2021
Seeing some of our great country of Canada on display! Little Canada is a Little Marvell!!
Enjoyed seeing the amazing likeness of places across Canada I recognized and have visited. Impressed at the intricate detail, like the frisky little chickens no bigger than large bread crumbs that were fluttering about, the arms on a little person that were as fine as string and a hotel room maybe an inch square with a room full of furniture. Then the bigger things like seeing actual replays on video screens at a sporting event, the roof opening at the Rogers Centre and traffic backed up at the border crossing. You definitely need to take your time to try and take in all the detail, which is literally impossible.
Make sure to have your free photo/video taken with a friend or family member. You may find yourself on display one day or you may want a 3D caricature of yourself. And check out the workshop to see first hand how some of Little Canada comes together. Or like my group you may get a chance to meet Jean-Louis Brenninkmeijer, the founder, who was busy helping out in the workshop on a Saturday. Now that is passion!!
A very enjoyable experience appropriate for all ages. A place to go back and visit and see the many things you never noticed the first time or second time. And Little Canada is still expanding so another reason to go back!
They have amazing staff. They will tell you all the cool facts about the place.4 star only because I would like to see entire Canada, however, all the places they have now is worth watching!Super fun for kids as it is one of its kind in Canada!Personally I loved Quebec a lot and would to see Northen territories. They have enough space to socially distance and look around !10/02/2021
This place is remarkable. The detail, including little Easter eggs to find in the scenes, means it's always fun and you'll find something new. My wife and I got the annual pass and have already visited 3 times. It is accessible to persons with disabilities and the staff is very friendly and helpful.Highly recommended.10/02/2021