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Things To Do In Mississauga, Canada

Mississauga Things to Do

Traveling to Canada can be one of the most enjoyable trips that anyone takes. For those that may find themselves in Mississauga, here are a few activities you can participate in for fun.

Carassauga Festival 

When it comes to attending a festival of any kind, you are prepared to enjoy yourself with other tourists and locals. At the Carassauga Festival attendees are able to visit a wide variety of pavilions from different nations. Essentially this is the perfect activity for those that love to understand history or avid academia scholars. Also, if you are looking to enjoy food from different cultures, this is the perfect time for you to do so.

If you have plans to travel to Mississauga at the end of May, feel free to put this in your itinerary. The festival typically has a fee, yet it is a one-time fee that will cover you for the entire event. For those taking the trip as a family, children under 12 are generally free when accompanied with adults.

Casual Walk In Port Credit

Having fun and enjoying yourself can include casual moments in Mississauga. Port Credit is a perfect place to relax and take a relaxed day to yourself (or with your loved ones). There are a variety of restaurants, shopping stores, and festivals that you can immerse your time in at your discretion as well.

Enjoy The Anesthetics of Terra Cotta

Terra Cota is a picturesque area that everyone who visits Mississauga/Canada should visit. This is a classic area that includes a countryside setting and a city all on its own. It is important to note that if you are driving a car to look out for motorcyclists and bicyclists. They use the same country roads as you do and for the safety of others be aware of your surroundings.

The Festival of Cultures

Mississauga is a very diverse area and if you visit during May, you will see the pinnacle of its representation. Every year in Mississauga during the 3rd or 4th weekend of May, locals from display their background at the Festival of Cultures. This is a fun and interactive event for tourists to explore during a traveling visit.

Throughout this event you will be able to eat food, learn new information, and watch a display of entertainment (music and dance) from a variety of a countries. A short-list of the countries you will see on display includes Indonesia, India, Egypt, Brazil, Philippines, Thailand, and Italy.

In addition to seeing the entertainment, some countries tend to have shopping kiosks set up. This will be a great opportunity for you to feel as if you have traveled all around the world in one setting. If you see something that catches your eye such as clothes and souvenir items, do not hesitate to buy them. You may pass up a unique and rare item.


If you are traveling with children the Playdium is a perfect spot for you to take them. For travelers that enjoy childhood activities, this is also a perfect place for you. This venue offers a wide variety of games you can play such as mini-golf, go karting, and baseball at Blue Jays Baseball dome.

Each activity is fairly affordable so you can spend an entire day here if you like. The inside facility includes a gaming hall, which can be pretty crowded depending upon the time you are there. Nonetheless, you will find yourself having an immense amount of fun.

Cheltenham Badlands

For the outdoor enthusiasts you will be able to get your fix at the Cheltenham Badlands. This area is filled with rolling hills, red clay and unique landscapes perfect for taking photos of. The Cheltenham Badlands is considered privately owned land. It is highly recommended that you treat it with respect and do not litter trash of any degree.

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