HISTORIC BOVAIRD HOUSE
563 Bovaird Drive East, Brampton, ON L6V 3W4 Directions
Historic Bovaird House serves as a local museum and a nostalgic location for a variety of seasonal activities. History comes alive if you tour two of Brampton 's great historic homes, where people can enjoy a view of local pioneering life as it was in the middle of the 19th century. The 1852 Historic Bovaird House, a traditional Georgian-style five-bay farmhouse, is located in a two-acre park-like environment together with the 1845 Pendergast Log House. The Friends of the Historical Bovaird House delivers a wide variety of programs and events.
The Large Farm Kitchen, Collections, Displays, Exhibitions, Guided Tours, Farmhouse, Historic Homes, Heritage Site, Parlour and Dining Room, Educational Programs, Tea Room, Celebrations, Seasonal Events, Group Tours & Gift Shop
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7575 Kennedy Road South, Brampton, ON L6W 4T2 Directions
The CAA Center is one of the busiest, most adaptable sports and entertainment compounds in the GTA. The CAA Center has a total of five thousand membership seating, restaurant with 250 seating. The primary arena is part of the more massive group complex consisting of three smaller ice pads and outdoor softball diamonds. The stadium also hosts the Canadian International Kabaddi Competition annually, also known as the Canada Kabaddi World Cup.
Conventions, Highschool Graduations, Cricket Pitches, Private functions, Concerts, Hall of Fame, Trade Shows, Major Sporting and Spectator Events, Sports Rentals, Film Shoots, Paintball Field, Graduation Ceremonies, Ball Hockey Court, Rugby Field, Baseball Diamonds, Luxury Suites & Facility
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THE ROSE BRAMPTON
1 Theatre Lane, Brampton, ON L6V 0A3 Directions
The Rose Brampton is a regional theatre located in downtown Brampton, Ontario. Initially, the Rose Theater Brampton, a series of social events all across September 2006, resulted in a grand opening on 29 September, featuring Diana Krall. It contains the main performance hall with 880 seats and a fairly small multipurpose hall with 130-160 seats, based on the configuration. The Rose Brampton was designed as a cultural and tourist attraction that will draw major new businesses to nearby restaurants, shops, and services. It is expected to attract over 55,000 visitors annually, who will invest about $275,000 on pre. and post-show entertainment, creating nearly 300 permanent jobs.
Public Tours, Classes, Arts Adventures, Entertainment, Events, Rental, Shows, In-School Workshops, Educators Open House, Theater, Camps, Concerts, Event Venue, Programs, Centre Stage & Performance Hall
Price: Student tickets for only $9 (including tax)