Bradley Museum, Benares Historic House and Leslie Log House
|Record #: BRA0157||Last Modified: 02 Jan 2018||Last Full Update: 02 Jan 2018|
|Social Media|| Facebook: www.facebook.com/museumsofmississauga/?fref=ts
|Description & Services|
|Description||The Museums of Mississauga
Bradley Museum: Originally constructed in the 1830s, this salt-box style farmhouse was the home of United Empire Loyalist Lewis Bradley, his wife Elizabeth, and their seven children restored to reflect the everyday life of early settlers.
Benares Historic House: With more than 160 years of history, this exquisite estate was home to four generations of the Harris and Sayers families. Feel the warmth and pride of workmanship in this home which has been restored to its quiet elegance of the early 20th century.
Leslie Log House: This white cedar log house was built by Robert Leslie in 1826 on Mississauga Road, north of Derry. In 1994 it was moved to its current location; the building is designated under the Ontario Heritage Act.
|Hours||Bradley Museum and Benares Historic House
Open Thurs-Sun 12pm-4pm
*Pre-booked tours and programs are also available 7 days a week, from 8am-10pm.
*Multiple language tours are available on request with advance planning
Leslie Log House Open Wed and Sun 1pm-4pm
|Areas Served||Greater Toronto Area|
|Fees||Admission ; Admission ; Admission for Drop-in Guided Tours:
Family: $15.00 (+tax)
Adults: $6.00 (+tax)
Students: $4.80 (+tax)
Child (3-12): $4.80
Under 3: Free
Admission fee includes entrance Benares Historic House
|Address & Map||
1620 Orr Rd
Mississauga, ON L5J 4T2
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|Intersection||E of Southdown Rd; S of Lakeshore Rd W|
|Accessibility||Fully Accessible - accessible on main floor|
|Office Phone||905-615-4860 ext. 2110|
|Service Level||(10) Local Government|
|Subjects||Historic sites ; Historical conservation ; Local history ; Museums|