Education

Living Heritage

The Museums of Mississauga bring heritage to life by visually narrating the early settler experience and life in the nineteenth century through to the modern era. Education programs offer students a unique opportunity to experience our shared living heritage.

LEARN, FEEL, CELEBRATE, SHARE

The Museums of Mississauga offer a wide range of learning opportunities that engage students of all ages. Through historical artifacts, hands on activities, stories and interactive presentations, the museum's education programs help students immerse themselves into historical experiences that celebrate Canada's cultural heritage.

All programs link to the Ontario Curriculum and include hands-on elements to enhance learning.

PROGRAM INFORMATION
  • We offer 90 min and 2 hour programs.
  • Two programs can be combined for a full day; we can accommodate up to 75 students per program
  • Free bussing for Mississauga schools available
  • French Immersion programs available.
  • Come to the Museums or let the Museums come to you.
  • No charge for up to six teachers/volunteers per program.

Thank you to Petro-Canada Lubricants, Webnews Printing Inc. and the Friends of the Museums, proud sponsors of the bussing program.

Seasonal Programs

Year Round Programs

Programmes en Français

In Class Program

A Child playing a traditional game using sticks and a hoop.

Guide & Scout Badge Programs

The Museums of Mississauga offer a variety of programs for Guides and Scouts at Bradley Museum and Benares Historic House year-round. Featuring historic house tours, historic cooking and crafts, programs are designed to complement the new Girls First and Youth-Led program initiatives. Programs are available on both evenings and weekends. Weekend programs can be combined to fill a whole day.Try an Overnight Program at the Bradley Museum! Arrive on a Friday or Saturday night for a sleepover at the Log Cabin. A pizza dinner and access to our fire pit is provided on the night of your arrival. The next morning, participants make a pancake breakfast and enjoy a program in the Bradley House. After the program, museum staff will cook a hot dog lunch with participants over the fire. The Bradley Museum is within walking distance to the Rattray Marsh and Lake Ontario. Groups wishing to arrive early or stay later to enjoy a hike can make arrangements to do so. All participants and leaders will receive a Log Cabin Overnight Crest.

Year Round and Seasonal Programs
1.5 hour - $6 per child (no tax for children 12 and under)
2 hours - $6.25 per child (no tax for children 12 and under)
Up to 6 adults included free per group

Overnight Programs
$48.25 per child (tax not included)
$24 per adult (tax not included)
First 2 adults are free per group

Year Round

Seasonal

Contact Us
For more information contact:
905-615-4860 ex 2110

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Do you remember the 1979 train derailment? November 10th marks the 40th anniversary of the Mississauga Train Derailment, also known as the Mississauga Miracle. To commemorate the anniversary, please join us for exhibitions and events taking place throughout Mississauga.

We need your help to identify Mississauga places that are unique and valuable to you. Join the conversation and get in involved with Phase 2 of our project in two ways, online or in person at our public workshop.

Partnering with the City of Mississauga Public Art Program, the Winnipeg Film Group will showcase four works. Winnipeg Film Group is an education, production, exhibition and distribution centre committed to promoting the art of moving image.

The Toronto Biennial of Art is a 72-day, free art exhibition located at 10 sites along the waterfront. The Small Arms Inspection Building will present works by 13 international artists and provide interactive experiences that include workshops, artist talks, community gatherings and explorative walks