Brampton – Attractions
The City of Brampton is located in the Regional Municipality of Peel, just northwest of the City of Toronto in the Greater Toronto Area. Brampton’s neighboring communities include Mississauga to the south, Vaughan to the east, Caledon to the north and Halton Hills to the west.
Brampton has historically been known as the “Flowertown of Canada” and our reputation as a flower-growing centre was well earned. For much of Brampton’s history, hundreds of acres of land were filled with greenhouses growing prize orchids, famous roses and many other quality flowers.
Only 15 minutes from the Toronto Pearson International Airport and 20 minutes from downtown Toronto and attractions such as the CN Tower, Rogers Centre, Air Canada Centre, Hockey Hall of Fame, Hummingbird Centre and theatres.
With a population of over 410,000, Brampton is the 3rd largest city in the Greater Toronto Area, 6th largest city in Ontario, and the 14th largest in Canada.
- The Great War Flying Museum
- Humber Nurseries Butterfly Conservatory
- Professor’s Lake
- Historic Bovaird House
- Brampton Farmers’ Market
- Wild Water Kingdom
- Formula Kartways
- Chinguacousy Park
- Gage Park
- Peel Heritage Complex
- Rose Theatre
- Powerade Centre (formerly Brampton Centre for Sports & Entertainment)