It is ninth-most populous municipality in Canada. It was once known as The Flower Town of Canada, based on its very large greenhouse industry. When you visit Los Angeles, here are the top 10 things you should do.
Great War Flying Museum
This destination will have you inspired by its rich collections and exhibits of the aviation history of World War I. It is designed to give its visitor a bird’s view of the war through its flying. Admission may cost around $10 but it is definitely worth a visit.
BAPS Shri Swaminarayan Mandir
This sacred, traditional Hindu place of worship boasts of an aesthetic structure which spans over 18 acres. It houses many beautifully crafted artworks. It is a sure place to experience the amazing culture and religion of India. It is open to the public every day of the week and entry is free.
Heart Lake Conservation Area
If you love to catch fun in the open, look no further. Heart Lake Conservation Area spans 418 acres of a picturesque lush green land. You can almost do whatever fun activity you can think of, from hiking, biking, fishing, and even golf. You can’t afford not to plan for this trip.
Brampton Arts Walk of Fame
While it may have only been recently launched, the Brampton Walk of Fame has recognized many local artists and singers. You can get to know who is who in the Canadian Entertainment industry in a jolly walk. It is located at the lovely Rose Theatre.
Claireville Conservation Area
It is a 343 hectares area with well carved out trails that make for a great hiking experience. A home to some very rare bird species and the white deer. The conservation also has a ranch if you are a rider or even a lover of horses. Overall, you can rest assured of a peaceful visit to nature.
If you are a lover of mother nature’s beauty, then the Cheltenham Badlands offers you an opportunity to savor some of nature’s best. This beautiful red-colored badlands standouts from distance. It provides more than a fantastic background for vacation pictures. And while most of it is now closed to the public for hiking, there is still a viewing area, and admission is free.
If you are looking for some splash of fun, then you should set out time to visit this park. It was opened in 1986 on a 40 hectares land and has since evolved to one of the top tourist spots in Brampton. There both the water and non-water activities that are all fashioned to make sure you have a swell time.