July 22, 2021
Brampton’s Favorite Local Attractions
Brampton is the ninth largest city in Canada and one of the top ranked cities for livability in the province. As Brampton continues to become more cosmopolitan and diverse, the list of things to do is continuing to grow. Have a look at some places to check out in Brampton with your family!
1. Gage Park
Gage Park is located at 45 Main Street South and, having opened 118 years ago, is Brampton’s oldest municipal park. It is open all year round and offers recreational trails, outdoor skating trail, floral gardens, a wading pool, a gazebo and much more. Grab a blanket, some snacks and enjoy a lovely springtime picnic!
2. Bramalea City Centre
Bramalea City Centre has over 1.5 million square feet of retail space. This premier shopping centre has over 300+ stores and services as well as a wide range of dining options.
3. Chinguacousy Park
Chinguacousy Park is a 40-hectare park in the Bramalea area that features playgrounds, a skateboard park, picnic areas, tennis courts, outdoor fitness equipment, and trails for cross country skiing and snowshoeing. Perfect for spending an afternoon outdoors with the family.
4. Peel Art Gallery, Museum + Archives
Immerse yourself in the history of Peel Region at the Peel Art Gallery, Museum + Archives, also known as PAMA. This museum was previously the Peel Country Courthouse, Brampton Jail, land registry office and a county building. PAMA has over 12,000 accessions, 5,000 works of art, 1,400 boxes of archival documents, 400,000 photographs and millions of pages of text.
5. Heart Lake Conservation Park
Did you know how Heart Lake got its name? The conservation area has two kettle lakes that resemble a heart. It also features stunning natural spaces, hiking trails, picnic areas, a splash pad and a pool.