Loved the little tour we got. Very educational to see how people lived in the early days before Mississauga was established. Would be great for school trips or just a family outing.
This is a small museum but a lovely little place with historic significance. It is situated on Orr Road and the entire surrounding is so very beautiful and serene. Have a leisurely drive / walk therefore on this road and adjoining Lakeshore Road when you visit this museum. Summer and Fall months would be particularly awesome. We went there on... 更多
For some reason, despite its proximity to where we live, we never got to visit Bradley Museum. I finally decided it’s high time we went there, and what better time than now, in March, when the annual maple event takes place. This year’s Maple Magic Month at Bradley Museum started Feb 28 and ends Apr 3 (12PM to 4PM), with... 更多
Took my unit of 19 girls here for a sleepover - it was well organized and we lucked out with the weather. The museum's programming is very good and they taught the girls about the early settlers and the Mississaugas of the New Credit. The girls had a night hike, sleepover in the log cabin, made soup and bannock on... 更多
Enjoyed my visit and recommend it. Although there are more extensive museums the guide was very interesting and informative
Bradley Museum is a nice place to visit with Young Kids. There isn't necessarily a whole lot of things to do but give you a feel of being back in the days of the pioneers. Some activities are planned for young children at certain times of year. Fantastic place for taking photos with Santa with your family or your pets.
A great place to visit with family to show them how life was a hundred years ago. This place easy to get to but not where you would expect it. Follow the signs and you I'll be treated to a great history lesson.
Nice place to learn how life in the past was lived. Wonderful demonstration of weaving from old type of spindle. We were amazed by the wooden toys made by the children in their spare time when they were off from their farm work with their parents. Remarkably educational.