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Cookies, confetti and rainbows: Exploring the HAPPY PLACE

By now, you’ve definitely heard of the Happy Place. If not, you’ve definitely seen the photos of giant cookies, a massive rainbow ball pit and a confetti dome. The Happy Place is officially in Toronto, and it’s becoming more popular by the day.Taking over a small building on Queens Quay, the Happy Place hails from sold out shows in Chicago and LA.

There are different spaces to explore in the 20,000 square foot space, including world’s largest indoor confetti dome with half a million pieces of confetti, a bright yellow bathtub with a rubber ducky wall, giant  X & O mirrors, 7-foot tall candy stilettos and so much more.


My favourite room is the cookie room! It smells like fresh baked cookies, and at the end you get a cookie sample. You can stick your face into the cookie for a photo op, too. If I could live here, I would!

If you’re feeling a bit peckish, there’s a cafe on the upper level with rainbow filled goodies to fill you up.

Snacks include rainbow grilled cheese, pretzel bites with rainbow aioli, hot chocolate and more. Check out the menu here.

While there’s no getting away from the fact that HAPPY PLACE may be described as Instagram bait, it’s also just a fun place to be, and something different. HAPPY PLACE will be in Toronto until January 1, 2019 at the Harbourfront Centre. Grab your tickets here:


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