What is a Christmas pickle? Why would you dive face first in a flaming bowl of raisins? Why do we get coal as a gift? Find out on this tour
About this event
The Museums of Mississauga are marking the season with a slate of festive holiday offerings! Book a tour of the Bradley Museum and see the historic house decorated for Christmas.
What is a Christmas pickle? Why would you dive face first in a flaming bowl of raisins? Why do we get coal as a gift? Find out on this tour exploring weird and wacky Christmas traditions. Make and take home a holiday ornament.
- One ticket is valid for up to 10 people
- All Visitors over the age of 12 must provide Proof of full vaccination. Please have your QR code or receipt and form of ID available when you arrive.
- All Visitors must wear a mask while inside the Historic House and Anchorage
About the Bradley House:
This saltbox style farmhouse was built in 1830 by Lewis and Elizabeth Bradley, originally from Savannah Georgia. This United Empire Loyalist couple and their seven children lived here for 20 years. The marigold yellow and black house has classic qualities of the period. Originally restored by the Mississauga Heritage Foundation, the Bradley House opened to the public in 1967. The house still stands on the original land that was owned by the Bradleys.
We look forward to seeing you!
Donations for admission can be made using Mobile Giving by texting “museums” to 30333 and a $10 donation will be added to your phone bill.