We went to the happiest place on earth and here's what we thought.
First a little background for those of you not familiar with Happy Place.
HAPPY PLACE was created because the founder Jared Paul BELIEVES that our world today can use a lot more happiness. The Travelling pop-up experience debuted in LA November 2017, stopping in Chicago and now Toronto marks its third stop (Only until January 27, 2019).
The interactive experience that features multiple different installations, including the world’s largest indoor Confetti Dome, HAPPY PLACE's signature rubber ducky bathtub of fun! and let’s not forget the wall of gumball machines!
To learn more check out the Happy Place website.
We'd seen all the rage on Instagram and decided to check it out for ourselves. Of course, we wanted to get the perfect Instagramble moment but we didn't really know what to expect walking in.
From the moment we walked in we were not disappointed, let me tell you it was definitely living up to its hype. From the time we entered to the time we left, we couldn't help but feel the joy all around us as we made our way through the colourful maze. With each room came new installations that were as intriguing as the last. Plus a serious bonus were the sweet treats along the way. It's truly something you have to see to believe.
With so many fun installations it's hard to choose a favourite so we decided to list a few! The Gumball Machine Wall which was as sweet as it sounds. The Daisy Room where you are immersed into a magical garden. And of course, we can't forget the Rubber Ducky Bathtub of Fun, it was as fun as it looks, the only downside is that it's a timed installation.
Check out our full adventure at HAPPY PLACE below!