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Bradley Museum

Bradley Museum

Bradley Museum features the restored 1830s home of Elizabeth and Lewis Bradley, who were among the earliest settlers in Mississauga, arriving at Merigold’s Point more than 20 years earlier. The Log Cabin and the 1830s Regency Anchorage are both located on the same site. It is a short walk to Lake Ontario through neighbouring Meadow Wood Park or via the boardwalk in nearby Rattray Marsh. The small, bright yellow, saltbox-style Bradley home is the only surviving original farmhouse in the area and offers a glimpse into the past that reveals the everyday life of early settlers in Ontario.





  • Street: 1620 Orr Road
  • City: Mississauga