You know it is officially summer when your friends start to change their posts on social media from work/school-related stuff to shots of beautiful sunrises on the beach, girls on bikinis, sun-kissed selfies, food, and of course, ‘obligatory’ photos of the airplane wing from a window seat.
Scrolling through your feed, you’re probably sitting there, hoping that you could also board the plane too and capture different travel destinations with Instagram-able factor but you can’t for some reasons. Get rid of that frowning face of yours as you can still get a glimpse of ‘supercalifragilisticexpialidocious’ sights worthy of your Instagram feed with this newly-opened museum in Toronto, Canada.
Located at 322 1/2 Queen Street West, “This Is Eye Candy” museum (from the name itself) offers you captivating backdrops that perfectly fit your selfies and outfit-of-the-day (OOTD)!
This pop-up museum, as it describes itself, is a “family-friendly experience that brings together the vibrant, the inspired, and the epic” which will fuel your imagination and make you “embrace the adventurous bone” living within you.
Inside this place, you can actually experience boarding a “private jet,” toasting champagne, and taking the mandatory photo of the plane’s wing through your window while you sit there looking like an owner of a multi-billion dollar company.
Keep up that ‘billionaire-for-a day’ image as you go inside a bank vault, containing a pile of gold bars!
You can also make your Instagram followers crave for food with this mouthwatering rooms: a candy room filled with gummy bears, double bubble, ring pops, and suckers, and the pizza room where you can find a “larger-than-life slice” pepperoni and cheese pizza.
On the other side of the museum, you can feel the ‘Japanese-vibe’ when you hop in a white cruiser amid the falling surreal pink cherry blossoms.
These are only a few of the Insta-worthy rooms that can be found within the museum; there are a lot of “expertly-lit” rooms to discover that will satisfy your feed goals without requiring you to pay as much as your friends’ travel expenses.
The museum opens its door to the public from 11:00 a.m. until 11:00 p.m., seven days a week including holidays. To fully experience “This is Eye Candy” without any inconvenience, you must be mindful of the things you should not bring like selfie sticks, tripods, large umbrellas, strollers, and weapons of any kind.
Although outside food and drinks are prohibited, the museum has a full food-and-beverage booth at the end of the exhibit just in case you get hungry while strolling around the premises.
Visitors are encouraged to take photos as plenty as they can, however, bringing professional accessories is not allowed without approval.