Guided Tour of Bradley Museum

Guided Tour of Bradley Museum

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Bradley Museum

1620 Orr Road

Mississauga, ON L5J 4T2


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Enjoy a guided tour of the Bradley Historic House. Suggested donation of $10 per person.

About this event

For visitors to Bradley Museum, please note that Orr Road is currently closed for construction. The museum is still open. Visitors are advised to use the detour on Lakeshore Road and access the museum via Meadow Wood Road. Construction is expected to last until August 20.

The Museums of Mississauga welcome visitors for pre-booked tours. Please book your tour by registering on Eventbrite or call us at 905-615-4860, ext 2110.

One ticket is valid for up to 10 people.

Groups larger than 10 cannot be accommodated in the same time slot. An additional time slot must be booked.

About the Bradley House:

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. The house still stands on the original land that was owned by the Bradley's.

We look forward to seeing you!

Learning About Truth and Reconciliation Tour

Join us for a tour of the Bradley House and grounds where we will share information about the National Day for Truth and Reconciliation, the 94 Calls to Action and the history of Indigenous peoples in Mississauga.

Black History in Ontario Tour

The Museums of Mississauga invite visitors to learn about the Black History of Ontario in a new tour at Bradley Museum. This tour explores the Black experience in Upper Canada in the 19th Century and local connections to Enslavement and the Underground Railway. Walk through the 1830’s Bradley House in a fully guided tour using artifacts, images, maps and interactive activities engaging visitors of all ages in Ontario’s Black History.

**This tour includes sharing information about experiences of enslavement which visitors may find difficult to hear**

Bradley Family Settler Experience

The Museums of Mississauga invite visitors to learn about the Bradley family and their lives as early settlers in 1830’s Mississauga. Walk through the Bradley House in a fully guided tour featuring demonstrations of heritage skills and interactive activities engaging visitors of all ages in Mississauga’s History.


To What Degree? Canada in a Changing Climate

July 7 – Sept 11 at Bradley Museum

Created in partnership with the Government of Canada and Canadian Geographic, To What Degree? Canada in a Changing Climate offers stories of people and ecosystems throughout Canada adapting in unique ways to our changing climate. Using compelling photography and minimal text, these stories explore individual and community resilience in the face of extreme events like heat, storms and wildfires; changes in livelihood due to habitat shifts, and even opportunities for quality of life improvements.

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