Bradley Museum is one of the best places in the entire city for fun and educational events that take place all year round, regardless of the weather, and we’re here to tell you about a new one happening on March 14th.
The beautiful spot, located at 1620 Orr Road, is one of Mississauga’s heritage sites that showcases pioneer architecture and lifestyle with its fours different houses. If you’ve never been before it can be found along Clarkson Road South, just before you hit McDonald’s.
And of our favourite events that museum hosts every year is Maple Magic. It’s an annual tradition that reveals the process behind tapping trees for maple, and how it goes from there to a bottle in your cupboard or in a store. That part is interesting on its own, but there are a plethora of other events, including a petting zoo that the kids will love! Here’s a little more about the event and the full rundown of what’s happening.
“Mississauga’s favourite maple tradition returns to the Bradley Museum for March Break! Check out the following activities daily, from noon – 4 pm.”
- Learn all about maple syrup at the From Tree to Table exhibition (February 1 to May 3)
- Take a maple sap tour Sample maple treats in the Bradley House
- Visit the Petting Zoo and Maple Gift Shop
- Get creative with activities for all ages
- Enjoy tasty pancakes at the Sugar Shack
Maple Magic is a wonderful event for the whole family. Tickets cost $9.25 for adults, $7.25 for seniors, $6.25 for children, or a family ticket for five people costs $23. All tickets can be purchased here. Maple Magic is a really fun day full of acitivites that all ages can enjoy, and it’s a great Mississauga tradition that everyone should experience at least once. So go grab some tickets and we’ll see you there!