Oh Yeah! This is happening in Toronto! A Toronto hotel has transformed into the bedroom of Ferris Bueller from the epic 1980s hit film “Ferris Bueller’s Day Off.”
The room is the brainchild of artistic duo Joseph Clement and Sarah Keenlyside.
They spent months building and searching for all the elements that make up Bueller’s bedroom and they didn’t want to disappoint the film’s massive fanbase! painstakingly recreating the bedroom where the 1986 film begins and ends.
All of the objects in the display were bought online, found at second-hand stores, made by relatives, or donated. Some objects are on loan, such as the vintage computer from the PC Museum in Brantford, Ont.
The room is part of the 2016 “Come up to my Room” exhibition at the Gladstone Hotel, located at Queen Street West and Dufferin Street.
This is the events 13th installment and this year there are 40 different rooms for visitors to explore.
Tickets to the exhibit are $10 per day.
Sarah joins us now to discuss the inspiration for the famous room.
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