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How to Reach

By plane

Toronto Pearson International Airport is located immediately to the south-east of Brampton. From the airport a Limo, and takes about 30 minutes, all depending on traffic.

By Train

When the trains are not running, they are replaced by coaches following the same route, however these coaches generally run to and from Yorkdale and York Mills subway stations to the north of downtown Toronto instead of Union Station. Trains and buses run about every 20 minutes during rush hour and about every hour outside of rush hour.

Brampton station is also served by Via Rail intercity trains on the line from Toronto to Sarnia. Via runs 3 trains a day in each direction. These trains also serve Georgetown, Guelph, Kitchener and London among other places.

Key places to visit
Art Gallery of Peel, Great War Flying Museum, St Elias Church, Artway Gallery, World Art Gallery


Places to Visit

Art Gallery of Peel

9 Wellington Street E. A municipally run art museum, part of the Peel Heritage Complex.

Great War Flying Museum

13691 McLaughlin Road at Brampton airport, Open 11AM-5PM Sa-Su and holidays, from late May late October. A small museum and a workshop with volunteers that make replicas of WW1 planes from scratch.

St Elias Church

10193 Heritage Road, just north of Hgw 7, A beautiful Ukrainian, catholic wooden church.

Artway Gallery

499 Main Street South (Corner of Highway 10 and Steeles Avenue), Mall hours, daily. Artway Gallery is the primary exhibit space for Visual Arts Brampton members. Every month, our exhibits at the space features the creativity of VAB members and other area artists. First created in April 1998, Artway opened in Shoppers World Brampton in June 2004.

World Art Gallery

Hwy 10 and Steeles in Shoppers World, Featuring postcard-sized art from around the world, run by Visual Arts Brampton.

Right Time to Visit

January - March
September - December