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Heritage Tourism

Welcome to Mississauga, yours to discover and enjoy.  

Whether you are here from out of town or enjoying a Staycation, Mississauga has so much to offer.  From festivals and art galleries to museums and trails, Mississauga’s wonders are around every corner.  

Mississauga is the 6th largest City in Canada, covering an area of 288.42 square kilometres (111.4 square miles).  Nine villages amalgamated in 1974 to form the city we know today.  Each of these villages has their own unique characteristics that keep visitors coming back again and again.  

Our waterfront is home to sport fishing, sailing, waterside parks, the Waterfront Trail system that links Niagara on the Lake to the Quebec border, as well as the Rattray Marsh, and many shops and restaurants to enjoy.  As you move north along the Credit River which links our north boundary to the Lake, natural beauty along the trail system, through the quaint historic villages awaits you for a day of hiking, visiting shops or enjoying local cafés and restaurants.

Throughout Mississauga there are gems to visit including two Museums in Clarkson –The Bradley House Museum Complex and the Benares Historic House, the Old Britannia Schoolhouse, Riverwood; Mississauga’s Garden Park, the Sports Hall of Fame, our world class Art Gallery of Mississauga, the Living Arts Centre and special events at our Civic Centre all summer.  With over 480 parks and 23 major trail systems, there is so much to enjoy and visit while you are here.

Visit the Robinson-Adamson House and speak to Staff who can assist you in planning your visit to Mississauga.  Yours to Discover- Mississauga the jewel of Lake Ontario. 


© Mississauga Heritage 2009