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.

English Programs

Programmes en Français

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

Guide & Scout Badge Programs

Programs include tours of the Bradley Museum or Benares Historic House, historic cooking, crafts and themed, interactive educational experiences. See below for program descriptions. All programs are 1.5 hours long and are available on evenings and week-ends

Overnight bookings are available in the Log Cabin at the Bradley Museum. Meals and snacks are included and participants receive a one-of-a-kind "Log Cabin Overnight" crest. Games, movies & books are provided and campfire facilities are available. Visit the Rattray Marsh and explore the trails to Lake Ontario. Walking distance to Lewis Bradley Outdoor Pool and outdoor community skating rink.

Year Round Programs

$4.60/child under 12 (no tax)

$5.20/child over 12 (incl.tax)

Seasonal Programs

$5.50/child under 12 (no tax)

$6.20/child over 12 (incl.tax)

Overnight Programs

$52.10/child (incl.tax)

Leaders (Overnight Only)

First 2 leaders are free

$26.05/person (incl.tax)

Year Round

Seasonal

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

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