Mississauga, Ontario is the first name that comes to my mind whenever looking for a fun-filled holiday destination. This sixth most populated city of Canada is the largest suburban shopping mall with unique shops, cafes, pubs, beautiful center for arts and interactive games playground. This bustling city has a vibrant culture with having lots of exceptional events and festivals. This city is a piece of paradise in an urban setting that attracts tourist looking for well-needed relaxation at stunning scenic. Mississauga is also within close reach of Niagara Falls, close to the US border, peaceful trails, Garbage dump turned golf course. Its best destination for people like me those always thriving for arts, interesting art exhibitions both indoor and outdoor activities. I think this city is a hidden gem that we can’t explore it with one time vacation visiting historical buildings, Hiking trails, beautiful birds, turtles and deer wandering around the park.
First thing first! yes, you are right am talking about shopping. I pampered myself with shopping, great coffee and delicious food from many cuisines all over the world. As it was my family trip so we visited the Jack Darling Memorial Park and the Marie Curtis Park to have some fun with my 6-year-old nephew with a splash pad, a small beach, picnic spots, fishing, swimming, surfing and more. Finally, I got tired of doing lots of fun, we headed to the Brueckner Rhododendron Gardens to enjoy and relax under the park’s benches facing beautiful Lake Ontario.
Next day we planned to have herbal tea with Spanish music and visual artist at Benares Historic House. This is a top-notch Georgian-style estate, featuring a picturesque park-like setting as well as rotating exhibitions and displays. Then headed to new Royal Canadian family circus to enjoy thrilling performances, witness the death-defying Wheel of Destiny, the Flying Cortes Trapeze Family, acrobatics, chair balancing, contortion and lots more. As we visited Mississauga in august, so we were fortunate enough to enjoy Canada’s Latin culture, get the chance to interact with artistic as well as a colorful, costume-filled parade.
While it’s been a lot of fun, was a little bit exhausting too. Still, my brother planned a walking tour to Kariya Park, a serene Japanese-style garden. Meanwhile all this I loved the modern architecture and post Canadian design of Mississauga. I am a coffee lover, so for me, Tim Horton’s coffee shop on Dixie road was the best place to grab a coffee, sit back and enjoy. Then the last destination Headed to the Art Gallery of Mississauga, to have to perform and visual digital art exhibitions include musical performances, comedy, and local dance and music ensembles. when it comes to dinner we grab a bite at The Pump House Grill having Failte Irish Pub for a pint and pub food Scaddabush for Italian cuisine and Earls Restaurant for a great cocktail. These are the great hot spot for nightlife, including Spice Lounge with a tapas menu and a special focus on finely crafted cocktails. There was a lot more to explore and have fun moments, pack your bags and treat yourself with Mississauga, Ontario vacation.