This museum is located in Clarkson.

1620 Orr Road, Mississauga . 905.822.1569


  • Exciting and engaging educational programmes, exhibits, demonstrations and events recreating settler life can be found at the Bradley Museum
  • Special events like Maple Magic and Fall Fair are popular across the GTA.

The Bradley Museum provides a window into the everyday life of early settlers in Ontario, and hosts Sunday teas, rotating exhibits, and special events.

The museum grounds include the original farmhouse built in 1830 by Lewis and Elizabeth Bradley, a United Loyalist couple who lived in the house with their seven children.

The Anchorage, a Regency-style cottage built in 1837, was moved from its original location on the shores of Lake Ontario to the Bradley grounds in 1978. The Anchorage was the retirement home of Royal Navy Officer John Skynner (1762-1846), and remained derelict after being moved to the museum grounds until sufficient funds for its rehabilitation were raised in 1991.

Fall Folk Festival Fall Folk Festival & Environmental Fair - “Getting Back to a Simple Way of Life”

Fall Folk Festival & Environmental Fair Saturday September 13 & Sunday September 14, 2008 11 a.m. to 4 p.m.

Bradley Museum, 1620 Orr Road, Mississauga ON

Previously the Bradley Museum Fall Fair, this will be a new and exciting event!

Come out and enjoy a fun filled family weekend of folk music and hands-on environmental exploration at the 1830s Bradley Museum.