Toronto, we just got the coolest new attraction! Get ready to liven up your Instagram because #the7TO is now opened! #the7TO is located in Toronto’s downtown Hudson’s Bay location on the 7th floor of the building (hence the name). The new installation is 8 rooms that have been transformed into magical insta- worthy art installations! It’s like a fairy tale but IR: (in real life). Just take a look at some of these pictures!
The installation opened January 21st and has no specific closing date. The best part is that it’s free! All you have to do is head up to the 7th floor of the Hudson’s Bay location at Yonge and Queen. AS the elevator doors open you will be exposed to the most whimsical and fascinating art installations.
As mentioned before there are 8 rooms with different themes. There’s a giant wall ball pit room, a piñata room, a flamingo room with flamingo leg sculptures touching the ceiling, a super pink flower wall room and more! This installation is to help Torontonians beat the winter blues and it does just that! Enjoy the live DJ on-site while you explore the 8 rooms and get some dope Instagram pictures!
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There are 8 rooms in total, all with their own themeto help liven up your Instagram this winter. They have a giant white ball pit, a Jurassic Park room complete with a dinosaur, a giant wedding cake topper room, a flamingo room with giant flamingo legs sculptures stretching all the way to the ceiling, a pinata room with a giant unicorn, a room filled with silver balloons, a Venus de Milo room, and a super pink flower wall room!
They also have a DJ playing music on-site so you can turn your visit into a party. We highly recommend checking out this cool new exhibit in the next few weeks before they decide to shut it down!
These crazy art installations officially opened up on January 21st and they’ve been scheduled to stay open for most of the winter with no specific closing date in mind. They’re completely free to enter, all you have to do is head over to the Hudson’s Bay location at Yonge and Queen and take the elevator up to the 7th floor.
Once those elevator doors open you’ll be greeted with a total sensory overload, in the best way of course! It’s designed to help Torontonians beat the winter blues because we all know the next few months are going to be very grey.