Explore The Land of Calendaria

"A yearlong trip through a cartoon fantasy land"— Associated Press

The City Calendar

The City Calendar

Each building in this town is named for one of its founding fathers. Theodore January, J. Milliard February, etc. The local contractor, Harvey Smtwtfs (whose name nobody could pronounce) carved his last name into the ledges of all the buildings he built.

The Palace Calendar

The Palace Calendar

This grand palace on the outskirts of the 21st Century is a stopover for travelers from the outlying decades.

The Planetoid Calendar

The Planetoid Calendar

Workers are dismantling old years-gone-by, drifting through the void of time, and reassembling the days into a new year.

Daysia

Daysia

It looks like Asia, but the locals call it "Daysia."

The Time Factory

The Time Factory

The Time Factory scoops up broken days from years-gone-by and recycles them into building blocks of the future. The days are loaded onto flatboats and shipped upriver to new years under construction.

A Railway Trip Through Calendaria

A Railway Trip Through Calendaria

Ride the rails across this scenic timescale and see picturesque years drift by

The Land of Frozen Time

The Land of Frozen Time

Captain Navaron Tyme was taking his passengers on a cruise to the Calendarian tropics when he veered off course and ended up in this icy chronological wonderland

The Train Calendar

The Train Calendar

When Captain Navaon Tyme got his ocean liner stuck in the ice, the passengers de-boated and are now waiting at a train depot for the 21st Century Express to take them to the next year.

The Maypop Calendar

The Maypop Calendar

These giant Maypops are fertilized with helium. When they ripen, they break away from their stems and go floating into the chronosphere. They make great transport blimps, and a perfect way to go sightseeing over the land of Calendaria.