The Museums of Mississauga are a heritage Collection of buildings that have been restored to visually narrate the early settler experience and life in the nineteenth century through to the modern era.
By presenting relevant exhibitions, educational programs, guided tours and special events, the Museums connect the public with Mississauga's story which is shaped by our Canadian identity.
Crooked Christmas Photos December 3, 2015, noon - 8 pm
Bradley Museum Tired of Conventional family Christmas photos? Join the Museums as we poke a little fun at tradition. Pose with characters like the Grinch and the Mississauga Story Teller. Meet the mermaid rumoured to live in the Rattray March. Make this year's Christmas card one that everyone talks about.
Paws n' Mr. Claus December 5, 2015, noon - 4 pm
Bradley Museum Tis' the Season to celebrate family - especially your beloved family pets. Why not come to the Log Cabin at Bradley Museum and have their sweet faces captured on camera with none other than Santa Claus?
Christmas Portraits December 6, 2015, noon - 4 pm
Take your holiday family picture with Mr. and Mrs. Claus in a truly traditional setting. Non-perishable food and toy donations will be accepted to support local food banks.
Photo Packages available: One 4 x 6 photo for $15, two for $25.
You are welcome to bring your own camera.
For further details call 905-615-4860 or email firstname.lastname@example.org