Just like a cozy hearth is said to be the heart of a home, Celebration Square is the heart of our city. Throughout each season, there’s something special to see and do, with unique events nearly every weekend. During the wintertime, the Square becomes extra magical.
Dining out with family and friends is always a fun time – especially when eateries amp up the cozy atmosphere. From crackling fires to fame-grilled entrees, Mississauga has plenty of restaurants that will warm up your winter.
Want to see the changing colours, explore small shops and indulge in some delicious dining? Spend a day embracing the season in Mississauga with our itinerary for the ultimate Autumn excursion.
This year, Diwali falls on Sunday, November 12, but you can enjoy the festive season with plenty of activities and attractions in Mississauga.
Whether you’re looking for a truly fearsome fright or some not-so-scary spooks, Mississauga is sure to have an event to suit your fancy.
Do you feel that crisp Autumn air? You know what that means: it’s time to take yourself into a cozy cafe or a bustling bistro for a taste of the season. Check out some of our top picks for the most flavourful Fall food and drinks in Mississauga.
From foliage to festivals, here are some of the top Autumn activities to add to your to-do list this season.
Saturday, September 30 marks the third annual National Day for Truth and Reconciliation, a day to honour First Nations, Inuit and Métis survivors of residential schools and their families.
If you’re a Fall fanatic, there’s lots of ways to enjoy Autumn in Mississauga.
This two-day itinerary takes you through our picks for the top kid-friendly attractions to help you make the most of your family time.
From daring Jurassic adventures to magical wonderlands, Mississauga is filled with unique attractions that will capture your imagination and keep you coming back to discover even more.
With over 500 parks across the city, you could spend an entire vacation in Mississauga just exploring them all.