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The Adamson Estate, which forms the eastern boundary of Port Credit, Ontario, was purchased from the family of Agar Adamason by the City of Mississauga in 1974 upon the urging of a local taxpayers group.
The Art Gallery of Mississauga (AGM) The AGM is over 3000 square feet divided into four gallery spaces that display works in a variety of media from Canadian and local artists.
Art Gallery of Mississauga (AGM) is over 3000 square feet divided into four gallery spaces. The Main and Community galleries are the largest; the Member's and Chapel galleries are smaller adjacent spaces.
Take a guided tour and step back into the year 1918! With more than 160 years of history, this exquisite estate was home to four generations of the Harris and Sayers families.
The Blackwood Gallery is a contemporary art space located on the University of Toronto at Mississauga campus. The works of both established Canadian and international artists are on display.
Find a piece of country in the heart of the city! Begin your historic journey at The Anchorage, an Ontario Regency style cottage.
In the Streetsville area, you’ll find a historic shop called Casa La Boutique, formerly known as Casa Mobilia. Built in 1821, the building currently serves as a vendor of unique décor and gifts; but it has an interesting story to it.
Stop in for a pint at this popular meeting place found at158 Queen Street South, in Streetsville. United Empire Loyalist John Barnhart built this frame house as a wedding gift for his daughter Minerva and her husband William H. Patterson.
This park was officially opened in July 1992, honoring the eleventh anniversary of Mississauga’s twin-city relationship with Kariya, Japan. Said to be the heart of serenity in the city, Kariya Park lies in the core of this proudly multicultural city.
Located in the heart of Mississauga, The Living Arts Centre is a wonderful central attraction to the city. It has something for everyone: Opera Symphony Jazz Blues Ballet Big band
The newly developed 150-acre public garden park has been an exciting accomplishment for the city of Mississauga, as the vision of a spectacular public garden began in the 1980s.
This Opera Company founded in 1985 presents well-loved operas to its public, complete with traditional sets, props, costumes, and staging.
Port Credit's quaint village setting and redeveloped harbor on Lake Ontario make it the perfect place to visit. This area, located at the mouth of the Credit River in Mississauga, is rich in history and quite picturesque, so plan to spend some time strolling along.
The Springbank Arts Centre is an inspiring building in the heart of Riverwood Park beside the Credit River. It is a wonderful place run by the Visual Arts Mississauga non-profit charitable organization.
Who loves to shop? If you do, make sure you come to Mississauga for a day of retail heaven at the Square One Shopping Centre. This center is one of the largest shopping malls in North America.
Within the Streetsville neighborhood, you will find the highest concentration of historic buildings in Mississauga. This village has an interesting history to it.
Timothy Street, the founder of Streetsville, built a home for his family near his original mill site in 1825. The house still stands on the banks of the Credit River and is part of concerted efforts by the merchants and residents of Streetsville.