Mini Monthly Round-Up | August

Just like the weather this summer, it’s been heating up at Our Home & Miniature Land and we have some progress updates to share with you on both the investment and build front.

First, if you thought your chance to own a little piece of the country you love was over, don’t you worry because we have extended our FrontFundr campaign until September 15th, 2018.  Those of you who thought you’d missed the chance can still invest with us and help build Canada in miniature.  So jump on board, there’s loads of little fun awaiting. Find the link below on where and how to invest.

Next, the Domanski brothers and team have done it again! The Fairmont Chateau Laurier, led by David Domanski, and Museum of History, led by Mark Domanski, are now complete. With only odds and ends to fill in our Ottawa destination, the team is moving on to the planning and designing of our Niagara destination. Stay tuned for more news on that front.

Read on for the juicy details!


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He shoots, he scores! 

We’ve hit our financing campaign goal. Our campaign has achieved a first close of $661,500 +32% vs. our goal. A “BIG” thanks to our 63 FrontFundr investors who made this happen.

You now have another opportunity to join us in building our miniature Canada destination. We’re excited to announce that we have re-opened our campaign, with an extended closing date of September 15, 2018. Thank you to the investors who have already signed up during this extension period.

There is still time to join our team and own a little piece of the country you love. Initiate your investment now or give us a call to talk about it.

Click this link to find our more about investing!


 The three little pigs better watch!

The three little pigs better watch!

Fairmont Château Laurier | A story book building

Prepare to stop and stare because one of the most anticipated buildings of our Ottawa destination is now complete!  The team has added the finishing touches to the Fairmont Chateau Laurier: a story book in structure form.  Lead designer, David Domanksi and our team have created a building that replicates the intricacies of the historic Canadian structure and one that will captivate all who pass it by.

Keep reading here!


Canada's most visited museum... in mini!

Adding to our roster of notable buildings is the Canadian Museum of History. This primarily curved building is a one of the largest in our miniature world, so big that we’ve had to scale it down from our regular 1:87 scale to make it fit!

The Canadian Museum of history makes a huge impact in our Ottawa destination as it stands brightly lit with 250 LED lights on the bank of our Ottawa River.

Keep reading here!

Camille Wodka