Photo by Scott Webb
Toronto in February is chilly, often blanketed in snow and on any given day, experiences below-freezing temperatures. However, the city remains alive and bustling with events and activities that'll make you forget about the cold. This winter, don't miss out on unique exhibits taking place in Toronto.
Green eggs and ham. Cat in the hat. One fish two fish, red fish blue fish. Many generations have grown up with the wisdom and humour of the beloved Dr. Seuss's tales. Reminisce and relive your childhood through the Dr. Seuss Experience, now in Toronto until March 22, 2020.
The Dr. Seuss Experience is a massive 15,000 square foot exhibition featuring a 360-degree immersion into the world of the beloved author that spans 9 books. Magically enter an imaginative and interactive playground featuring beloved stories and characters from "The Cat in the Hat," "Horton Hears A Who!," and the "The Lorax," and many more timeless classics. Swing through the Truffala Trees from The Lorax, walk through a balloon-filled maze from Oh, the Places You'll Go, or join the Circus McGurkus! Parents can revisit their favourite stories while a new generation of readers will be introduced to timeless tales that will stay them for a lifetime. Don't miss out on this Seuss-tacular spectacle and purchase your ticket today.
From December 13 - April 13, take a walk down a magical, immersive journey that takes you to the year 2099. Terra Lumina at the Toronto Zoo is the eleventh unique experience presented by the Moment Factory's Lumina night walk series. Once the sun sets, walk along a 1.5 km path leading you to a portal into the luminescent future where humans and nature live in peaceful harmony. The exhibition makes an optimistic assumption about what our world would be be like if the climate change crisis had been averted.
Be transported through 8 magical zones, created by video projections, multimedia effects and pyrotechnic lighting. You'll encounter holographic animals and icebergs, along with messages of hope displayed with the fantastical exhibits. Overall, the theme of this spectacular presentation is that our planet can be saved and the future is bright and promising. Add this one-of-a-kind experience to your travel to-do list and check the schedule for upcoming times and dates.