How to Get to Little Canada
For directions to Little Canada on the TTC, use the TTC Trip planner
Take Line 1, Yonge/University Line and get off at Dundas Station. Exit to 10 Dundas East from the Northbound platform and Little Canada is only 14 steps away!
Buses and Streetcars
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!
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 below.
Street parking is limited near 10 Dundas East, please read signs carefully for parking hours and permit restrictions. There is a Green P Parking lot located directly across the street underneath Yonge-Dundas Square at 20 Dundas Square, Toronto, ON, M5B 1N8.
Visit toronto.bestparking.com to find parking options nearby.
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.
- For more information about, routes, schedules, Wheeltrans, services and fares click on the TTC link or call the TTC info line (416) 393-INFO (24 hours a day, 7 days a week).
Journey Map of Little Canada
Tickets & Memberships
When are you open?
Hours of Operation
Monday | 10:30 am – 6:30 pm
Tuesday | 10:30 am – 6:30 pm
Wednesday | 10:30 am – 6:30 pm
Thursday | 10:30 am – 6:30 pm
Friday | 10:30 am – 7:30 pm
Saturday | 10:30 am – 7:30 pm
Sunday | 10:30 am – 6:30 pm
Last entry is 90 minutes before close
What are your ticket prices?
General Admission Pricing
ADULT (13 – 64) | $32+ HST
CHILD (4 – 12) | $ 22 + HST (Children 3 and under are Free!)
SENIOR (65+) & STUDENT| $28 + HST
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.
What are your COVID-19 safety protocols?
Please visit our COVID-19 Safety Plan for more information.
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 in Little Canada, but please note the following exceptions:
- Wagons or other pull vehicles are not permitted.
- On busy days, oversized strollers and child carriers might not be permitted as they can pose a risk to other visitors.
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.
Is there a coat check or cubby to store my personal item(s)?
Yes, coat check is available.
Do you have a lost and found?
Yes. Please visit the front desk where our team will do their best to find your lost item.
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:
Subway: Take Line 1 Yonge-University to Dundas Station. The Northbound platform directly connects to 10 Dundas St. E. and Little Canada is then only 14 steps away!
Bus & Street Car: Take the 505 Dundas Street Car and get off at Yonge Street. Little Canada is located on the North East corner, inside 10 Dundas St. East.
PATH – Toronto’s underground walkway: 10 Dundas St. East is connected to the underground PATH. 10 Dundas St. East is “N5” on the PATH Map or located under D on the Index. Find the PATH Map here.
Is Little Canada accessible?
Yes! Every level of Little Canada can be accessed by elevator, and our staff are always on hand to help when needed.
Where is your accessible entrance?
Our Accessibility entrance is located on Yonge St, around the corner from the 10 Dundas St. E. lobby. An elevator will take you directly into Little Canada’s Arrivals Lobby.
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. You will need to leave a form of ID at the front desk.
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 the Little Canada experience last?
The Little Canada experience takes approximately 1.5 – 2 hours. However, this will vary from person to person as each guest will have a unique experience exploring the wonders of Little Canada.
How small is the miniature world?
You will explore 45, 000 square ft of Little Canada built in 1:87 scale.
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 downstairs across from Little Ottawa.
What Destinations can I visit in Little Canada?
Destinations include; Little Niagara, Little Toronto, Little Golden Horseshoe, Little Ottawa and Petit Québec. Little North will be under construction but available for viewing.
Building Little Canada is no easy feat! The Destinations currently complete took over 200,000 hours to build! However, our Build team is working hard so we can open more Destinations as soon as possible! Upcoming Destinations include Little East Coast scheduled to open in 2023.
What Is the Miniature Makers Space?
The Miniature Makers workshop allows you to peek into the craft of how Little Canada comes together.
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 Little Me.