Happy Place has arrived in Toronto and brought with it multiple fun, multi-sensory and immersive installations curated to help you #CaptureYourHappy.
From what started as a dream to bring a little happiness to a world that certainly could use more of it, has turned into an insta-famous travelling pop-up experience, bringing joy to hundreds of thousands of people from LA to Chicago and now to Toronto.
Happy Place will be in Toronto until January 1st, 2019. Admission is time-entry so buy your tickets in advance to ensure you’re not waiting around too long.
There will be lines to take pictures at the exhibit but the staff is extremely friendly and helps move along the crowd to ensure everyone gets in their smiley moments. Some of the stations are timed so make sure to have your cameras and smartphones at the ready! Happy comes in the form of 40 000 yellow flowers in the ‘superbloom’ exhibit and 500,000 colourful pieces of confetti in the world’s largest confetti dome.
You’ll jump into a giant Pot of Happiness with a rainbow of joy behind you! Make sure to empty your pockets – and ladies, take off your dangly earrings and expensive jewellery – before jumping in or you might lose them in the ball pit.
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Strike your pose and smile for the camera as you wander through the insta-worthy photoshoot spots. The whole exhibit takes only about 30 minutes but has endless photo opportunities so get creative too!
From fun upside down bedrooms, to giant cookie rooms and red kisses walls, to Happy Place’s signature rubber ducky bathtub and 7-foot tall stilettos made out of millions of candies, you’ll be sure to #CaptureYourHappy at Happy Place Toronto this season.
If you’re looking for a fun pastime, or looking to explore the latest spot perfect for your next insta, Happy Place is the place to go. For location, contact info, and visiting hours visit their website at www.happyplace.me.
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