Tours run on the hour between 12 pm and 3 pm, Thursdays through Sundays. Walk-ins are welcome, but reservations are recommended to guarantee a spot.
To pre-book tours for up to 10 people, please visit the links within the tour descriptions below to register on Eventbrite or call us at 905-615-4860 ext. 2110.
If you are booking on behalf of an organization or your group is larger than 10 people, please call us directly at 905-615-4860 ext. 2110 to discuss our Private Tour and Education Program options.
The Museums of Mississauga invite visitors to learn about the stories of some Early Black Settlers in Mississauga. This new tour at Benares Historic House explores the lives and experiences of Black families in the Peel region in the 19th Century and encourages visitors to examine the gaps in our historical record and sharing of local history. Walk through the WWI era Benares Historic House in a fully guided tour using artifacts, images, maps and interactive activities engaging visitors of all ages in the lives and stories of Early Black Settlers in Mississauga.
The Museums of Mississauga invite visitors to learn about the stories of the Harris family of Benares and their servants and friends. Walk through the WWI era Benares Historic House in a fully guided tour sharing the family memories connected to the house and many photographs and family heirlooms it holds and learn about what life was like in the early 1900’s Mississauga. This interactive tour engages visitors of all ages.
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**
Join us for a tour of the Bradley House and grounds where we will share information about the history of Indigenous peoples in Mississauga and how learning about it connects to the National Day for Truth and Reconciliation and the 94 Calls to Action.
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.