Maple Magic 2016

Maple Magic 2016

March Break Drop in Fun

Mississauga's favourite maple tradition returns to the Bradley Museum for March Break. Hours are Monday to Sunday, noon to 4. This is a great experience for the whole family. Learn how to tap a tree and follow the sap lines to the Bradley House kitchen where maple treats await. Enjoy an afternoon of truly Canadiana themed fun!

  • Tours of the Sap Line

  • Maple Candy Sample

  • Crafts

  • Lumberjack Selfie Station

  • Sugar Shack Pancake House (extra charge)

  • Souvenir Magasin

Children: $4.80 + tax
Adult: $6.00 + tax
Family: $15.00 + tax
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