Get Your Camera Ready, A Happy Place Has Arrived

For months now, Torontonians have been hearing all about the Instagram famous art installation entitled HAPPY PLACE, from Los Angeles, arriving in Toronto. Well, the wait is finally over and the question of, “is it really worth it?” arises – the answer is 100% yes.

If you are a fan of interactive exhibits, photography, or just need a little boost of happiness, this place needs to make an appearance on your social media feed. With over a dozen pieces being showcased, including the largest indoor confetti dome, getting to leap from a rainbow into a pot of gold, a cookie themed room that actually smells like cookies, and a rubber ducky wall, HAPPY PLACE is worth the visit. If you weren’t already looking forward to them previously, it’s good to note that HAPPY PLACE is donating proceeds from their lemonade booth, to help fund York Region Arts Council in Toronto.



Don’t have tickets? Don’t worry, they’re selling fast, but you still have the chance to purchase them online at Be sure to note their hours, prices, and address down below!
Helpful Information

  • This installation runs from November 1st to January 1st
  • Their address is located along the Harbourfront at, 245 Queens Quay West.
  • Weekdays (closed on Tuesday
    • Tickets: $35.30, open from 11AM to 8PM
  • Weekends (Friday to Sunday)
    • Tickets: $42.50, open from 10AM to 8PM
      The venue is wheelchair accessible

Want to take a look at more HAPPY PLACE art or get a better idea of how to capture your happy at the event? Watch my short vlog here:

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Paolina Loseto

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