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Tickets & Memberships

When are you open?

Little Canada is open to the public as of August 5, 2021.

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What are your ticket prices?

General Admission Timed Experience Pricing

ADULT (13 – 64) | $29+ HST
CHILD (4 – 12) | $19 + HST (Children 3 and under are Free!)
SENIOR (65+) | $25 + HST

What is a timed experience?

Select a specific entry time and enjoy a 90 minute timed experience through the sights, sounds, and stories at Little Canada.

If I am late for my time slot, do I lose my ticket?

You will not lose your ticket if you miss your time slot. Please visit the Check-In desk and speak with a team member upon arrival.

How can I purchase tickets?

Little Canada tickets can be purchased in advance online or on-site at the Check-In desk in our Arrivals Lobby.

 

Do I need to print my ticket?

No, you do not need to print your ticket. Tickets can be scanned directly from a mobile device.

What is a Annual Passport?

An Annual Passport of Little Canada’s yearly membership.

Individual Passport $99.00 + HST
Family Passport $249.00 + HST

Who can be included in a Family Passport?

Family Passports consist of 2 adults, and 2 children. A child is considered anyone 12 and under.

What are the benefits of becoming an Annual Passport holder?

Benefits included in Little Canada’s Annual Passport:

  • Exclusive members-only Little Canada Passport card
  • Access to the Express Customs line – no waiting in long lines!
  • 25% off additional tickets on the day of your visit
  • 15% off at the Little Bites Café
  • 15% off at the Little Things Gift shop
  • 15% off at the Little Me Littlization Station
  • Advance notice of special events at Little Canada

Is my Annual Passport transferable?

No. Little Canada’s annual passport must be used by the person it’s registered to.

Can I upgrade my ticket to an Annual Passport?

Yes! You can upgrade your ticket to an Annual Passport onsite within 24 hours of your visit. The value of your ticket will be applied to the purchase of your Annual Passport.

Visiting Little Canada

Where are you located?

Little Canada is located on the lower level of 10 Dundas St. East, directly across the street from Yonge-Dundas Square.

If I leave, can I come back inside?

Little Canada tickets are valid for same day single use – unless you have an Annual Passport!

Are outside food and beverages allowed in Little Canada?

Other than reusable water bottles, outside food and drinks cannot be consumed on the premises. However, our Little Bites Café offers a wide variety of food and drink options.

Do you allow strollers?

Yes, strollers are allowed inside Little Canada. We encourage guests to bring a collapsable umbrella stroller as this will help with spacing and social distancing throughout Little Canada.

For access with a stroller, please use the accessible entrance located at 319 Yonge St., just around the corner from the 10 Dundas St. East lobby.

Are pets allowed in the attraction?

While we love all our little pets, they are not allowed in Little Canada with the exception of service animals.

Are bags allowed in Little Canada?

Guests are welcome to bring a regular sized backpack or purse into Little Canada, however, all bags are subject to a bag check by our Little Canada Security team. Larger bags such as suitcases, duffle bags, or backpacker style backpacks are not allowed in Little Canada.

To keep yourself, other guests, and our little citizens safe, please do not bring the following items into Little Canada:

  • Paint
  • Permanent markers
  • Aerosols
  • Tripods, monopods and selfie sticks
  • Tools such as hammers, screwdrivers, saws, etc.
  • Weapons of any kind
  • Any item deemed inappropriate by Little Canada Security

Getting to Little Canada

Is there parking available?

The best parking for Little Canada, is the Green P Parking lot directly across the street underneath Yonge-Dundas Square.

Green P, 20 Dundas Square, Toronto, ON, M5B 1N8
Green P Yonge-Dundas Google Maps

How do I get to Little Canada on public transportation?

Little Canada is easily accessible by public transit:

TTC Trip Planner

Subway:
Take Line 1, Yonge/University Line and get off at Dundas Station. Exit to 10 Dundas St. East from the Northbound platform and Little Canada is only 14 steps away!

Bus & Street Car:
The 505 Dundas streetcar stops at Yonge St. Little Canada is at the northeast corner of the intersection. In case of confusion, look for the GIANT Little Canada sign!

PATH – Toronto’s underground walkway:
10 Dundas St. East is connected to the underground PATH. You can find us located in the “G1” quadrant on the PATH Map as well as under “D” on the Index. Find the PATH Map here.

Accessibility

Is Little Canada accessible?

Yes! Little Canada prides itself on being accessible to all! Every level of Little Canada can be accessed by elevator, and our staff are always on hand to help when needed.

Where is your wheelchair accessible entrance?

Our accessibility entrance is located at 319 Yonge St., around the corner from the 10 Dundas St. East lobby. An elevator will take you directly into Little Canada’s Arrivals Lobby.

Are you part of the “Access 2 Entertainment” program?

Yes, Little Canada is proud to be a member of Access 2 Entertainment! When a guest presents their Access 2 card, their support person will receive complimentary admission.

Do you offer wheelchairs?

Yes, Little Canada has a limited number of wheelchairs available for our guests to use free of charge, subject to availability.

Little Canada Experience

What is Little Canada?

Little Canada is a celebration of all things Canada! A place for residents and visitors alike to experience Canada and all that it has to offer under one roof, in miniature.

How long does it take to explore Little Canada?

A journey through Little Canada can take approximately 1.5 – 2 hours. However, this will vary from person to person as each guest will have a unique experience exploring all the wonders of Little Canada.

How small is the miniature world?

You will explore 45, 000 sq. ft. of Little Canada built in a 1:87 scale, the most popular size for model railways in the world.

Do you have a gift shop?

Yes, the Little Things Gift Shop is located after you visit all of the Destinations of Little Canada.

Do you sell food?

Yes, the Little Bites Café is located adjacent to the Little Things Gift Shop.

What Destinations can I visit in Little Canada?

For launch, Destinations include: Little Niagara, Little Toronto, Little Golden Horseshoe, Little Ottawa and Petit Québec. Little North will be under construction but available for viewing.

What’s Next?

Building Little Canada is no easy feat! The Destinations that will be open for launch, took over 180,000 hours to build! However, our Build team is working hard so we can open more destinations as soon as possible. You can sign up to our monthly newsletter for updates on future Destinations and when they open.

What Is the Miniature Makers Studio?

The Miniature Makers Studio allows you to peek into the craft of how Little Canada comes together by the people building it all.

What is the Littlization Station?

The Littlization Station is our 3D scanning booth. Guests have the opportunity to step inside, strike their favourite pose and get scanned as 128 cameras take an instantaneous photo of them. They then get to choose if they want to become a part of Little Canada and purchase their own 3D Little Me to place into our world.