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Bradley Museum (Mississauga)

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Condensed sweetness

Bradley Museum's sugar bush may be the smallest I have seen but nothing is missing: maple trees with taps, sweet water smell around the fire pit, maple sugar molding demonstration in the pioneer house, horse-drawn wagon ride during the March Break and a craft activity. The maple season is probably the best time to visit this heritage attraction. It is located in a residential area (which makes for an intriguing wagon ride!) but nestled among trees, and charming. After our ride, we did some small crafts in the big barn in the middle of the property. All in all, this was a short and sweet outing.

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