As a vibrant and growing city set along the shores of Lake Ontario, many visitors find the plentiful adventures and energy of Mississauga a gripping experience that is not forgotten. Combine this with a dynamic community strong in its endeavors to be both up-and-coming and environmentally sound for its families’ futures. Visitors can explore the Rhododendron Gardens, take in a little culture at the Mississauga Chinese Centre, or plan to make the biggest catch of their vacation on the waters of Credit River packed with steelhead and salmon.
Local sports offer a range of entertainment and adventure outlets if guests want to enjoy canoeing, windsurfing, rowing, boating, lacrosse, swimming, rugby, soccer, hockey or a good round of golf. Parks to see and play include; Forks Provincial Park, J.C. Saddington Park, and Jack Darling Park.
Leisure advocates of socializing and shopping will want to stop in at Square One Shopping Centre, or possibly stroll one of the other major shopping centers such as; Dixie Outlet Mall, the boutiques of Streetsville, the Heartland Town Centre, or Erin Mills Town Centre which offers over seven hundred and ninety thousand square feet of spending space!
Travelers who are interested in culture sites and tours won’t want to miss the Fo Guang Shan Buddhist Temple of Toronto, the Meadowvale Museum & 19th Century Miniature village, Benares Historic House, the Bradley House Museum, or Heritage Mississauga. Consider a casual walk on the Waterfront Trail to visit the historic landmark Adamson Estate.
Arts lovers will find plenty of theatre - the Meadowvale Theatre and Living Arts Centre, to consume the sounds and sites of symphony, ballet, jazz, comedies, dance performances and workshops all at the heart of the city. Visitors may also find enjoyment in the Visual Arts Mississauga, the Art Gallery of Mississauga in the Civic Center, or Opera Mississauga
It is easily understood why this entertaining city is recognized for being the safest cities in Canada – they are having too good a time living in Mississauga!
The Art Gallery of Mississauga (AGM) is a public, not-for-profit, art gallery generously sponsored by the City of Mississauga, the...
Each year it hosts hundreds of events and public performances, catering to capacity audiences and loyal theatre goers
Visual Arts Mississauga is a registered charitable organization
Living Arts Centre features over 225,000 square feet of multiple performance venues, studio spaces and exhibition display areas.
With more than 160 years of history, this exquisite estate was home to four generations of the Harris and Sayers families.
It was originally restored by the Mississauga Heritage Foundation to reveal the everyday life of early settlers in Ontario.
The Blackwood Gallery is a contemporary art gallery situated on the Mississauga campus of the University of Toronto (UTM).