There's some pretty fab news for fans of the Biebs living in Canada, and that's because a Justin Bieber exhibit is set to open at a museum in his hometown of Stratford, Ontario.
Museum-goers can expect to take a peek at mementos from his years as an aspiring Canadian singer, and it's called 'Steps To Stardom' in reference to his busking days on the steps outside the local Avon Theatre.
The spectacle will open at the Stratford Perth Museum on February 18, and it's going to be pretty personal with the Biebs' grandparents, Diane and Bruce Dale, giving a big helping hand in bringing the whole thing together.
Yep, they've even given the museum curators access to plenty of items from the 'Friends' singers childhood and career, including his Grammy award and personal letters from the likes of Michelle Obama.
It's sounding like a real Biebs-fest, with about 125 items having been collected, although they will be narrowed down to around 60 at a time and refreshed as the exhibit goes on *checks flights to Canada*.
While the whole thing definitely has us ready to hop on a plane, the organizers are aware that some visitors might not be all that impressed, but they're hoping to appeal to Justin's army of Beliebers as well as casual music fans and millennials in general.