Free Admission

Free Admission

Free to Explore!

The Bradley Museum and Benares Historic House are now offering free admission. Learn about Mississauga's history with guided tours, exhibitions and virtual special events.

Admission is free with donation. Donations support educational experiences that explore and celebrate Mississauga's unique story.

Text MUSEUMS to 30333 to donate! (Suggested $10 per person)

Mobile Giving Foundation

Terms & Conditions: A one-time donation of $10 will be added to your mobile phone bill or deducted from your pre-paid balance. All donations must be authorized by the account holder. All charges are billed by and payable to your mobile service provider. Service is available on most carriers. Donations are collected for the benefit of the Museums of Mississauga, City of Mississauga by Mobile Giving Foundation of Canada and subject to the terms found at

Plan your Visit!

Check out the guidelines and precautions in place to make your next visit is a safe and an exciting one.

Current Exhibitions
  • Our Boys: Mississauga's Fallen Soldiers 1914-1918 open in the Anchorage Gallery until January 8, 2021.
  • War Flowers: A Touring Art Exhibition open in the Living Arts Centre until December 13, 2021.
Tours are by appointment only, and currently limited to 10 people
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