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  • Bradley Museum Complex

    This saltbox style farmhouse was built in 1830 by Lewis and Elizabeth Bradley, originally from Savannah Georgia. This United Empire Loyalist couple and their seven children lived here for 20 years. The marigold yellow and black house has classic qualities of the period. Originally restored by the Mississauga Heritage Foundation, the Bradley House opened to the public in 1967.

  • Public Art

    Maps of Mississauga is a showcase of work by artists and illustrators who created artistic interpretations of their neighbourhoods in the midst of social distancing and the COVID-19 pandemic.

  • Ripley’s Aquarium of Canada

    One of Toronto’s newest top attractions is the Ripley’s Aquarium near the base of the CN Tower.

  • Toronto Zoo

    The zoo is divided into several sections, each representing a major region of the globe.

  • St. Lawrence Market

    The St. Lawrence Hall was built in Toronto in 1850 and served as a public meeting place and a concert venue.

  • Graffiti Alley

    Graffiti Alley runs parallel to, and between, Queens Street West and Richmond Street West from Spadina Avenue to Portland Street.