Museums

We seek enthusiastic individuals to support the work of the Museums of Mississauga.

Visitors enjoying an exhibit at the Museums of Mississauga.

Original and travelling exhibitions strive to connect audiences to Mississauga's past, present and future.

A collage of historic photographs

Museum collections include an extensive survey of objects from a wide range of time-periods.

A photo of Beneres Historic house in the summer

Learn more about the Museums Heritage Houses.

Bring history to life and make learning fun.

THIS IS US

More than just heritage homes, the Museums of Mississauga are places where residents and visitors can share their story, hear the stories of others and learn about our collection.

Contact Us

VENUES

Bradley Museum
1620 Orr Road, Mississauga
Phone: 905-615-4860
Leslie Log House
4415 Mississauga Rd, Mississauga
Phone: 905-615-4860
Benares Historic House
1507 Clarkson Road North, Mississauga
Phone: 905-615-4860

HOURS

Benares Historic House
Monday through Thursday
Closed except by appointment
Friday through Sunday
12 pm - 4 pm (last tour of historic homes at 3:30 pm)
Bradley Museum
Monday through Thursday
Closed except by appointment
Friday through Sunday
12 pm - 4 pm (last tour of historic homes at 3:30 pm)
Leslie Log House
Wednesday & Sunday
1pm - 4pm
Holiday Closures
December 24th to January 1st

RATES

Regular Admission Rates for Drop-In Guided Tours:

  • Family: $15.00
  • Adults: $6.00
  • Students: $4.80
  • Under 3: Free

HST not included

Here's what's hot

The City of Mississauga will recognize its third Poet Laureate in 2019. The role of the Poet Laureate is to elevate the status of poetry, literary arts and writers within their communities and beyond.

Mississauga's favourite maple tradition returns to the Bradley Museum for March Break. Join us for tasty pancakes at the Sugar Shack and more creative activities for all ages.

Family Day PJ Skate 2019 at Celebration Square. Waddle over in your favourite pyjamas and join us for some free, indoor-outdoor family day fun!

Public Volumes brings together exhibitions, public programming and writing that centre around broad interpretations of spatial justice. These many projects focus in or out from a particular location or series of locations, fostering deeper insight into why space matters.