Ashraful Khan • Oct 26 2021
Little Canada is a new exhibit where visitors explore miniature versions of popular spots throughout Canada.
Once we entered the venue we were given maps for a self-guided tour, and were able to spend as much time as we wanted at each spot.
The first miniature attraction we checked out was Little Niagara, which showcases the natural beauty of Niagara Falls.
We spotted the Maid of the Mist coasting through Niagara Falls…
…and took in the Niagara skyline.
Next up was Toronto!
Union Station, our transportation hub…
… St. Lawrence Market…
…the Distillery District…
And of course, the Skydome! … I mean, the Rogers Centre. 👀
We moved on to the Golden Horseshoe exhibit!
The always popular Easterbrook’s Foot-Long Hotdogs, which sells more than 22 types of hot dogs since 1930.
We stopped at the Wayne Gretzky Sports Centre for a game of ice hockey…
… then saw the Canada Steamship Lines that operates along the Great Lakes.
Our fourth stop was Little Ottawa — the Canadian capital and home to The Parliament Buildings.
We checked out downtown Ottawa…
…and the historical Fairmont Chateau Laurier Hotel, also known as “Ottawa’s Castle”. Perfectly placed in the center of Ottawa’s attractions.
The Rideau Canal connects Lake Ontario and the Saint Lawrence River. Visitors can explore the canal by boat or ice when it turns into a massive skateway each season.
Our last stop was Little Quebec. A winter wonderland full of ski slopes, outdoor winter activities and unique architecture throughout Quebec.
You’ll find numerous ice rinks for some figure skating fun…
and skiers and snowboarders can hit the slopes at nearby Tremblant.
And of course, Old Quebec City is beautiful at night. 😍
Located on Dundas Square, Little Canada is a wildly unique venue that captures our beautiful cities from one special place.