Brampton is a city in the Canadian province of Ontario. Situated in Southern Ontario, it is a suburban city in the Greater Toronto Area (GTA) and the seat of Peel Region. Brampton stands as the ninth-largest among the top 10 largest municipalities in Canada by population and these are: Toronto, Montreal, Calgary, Ottawa, Edmonton, Mississauga, Winnipeg, Vancouver, Brampton, Hamilton.The entire region is part of the Greater Toronto Area and the inner ring of Golden Horseshoe. The regional seat is in Brampton.
Brampton’s oldest park, Gage Park is open year-round and has been since 1903. The park is known for its circular walkway, that, in the winter, is turned into a skating rink.Gage Park is a stunning park that features gazeboes, a fountain, large trees and floral gardens. In the summer, the wading pool and children’s play area are open, and it also hosts free evening concerts.Skate along the trail in the winter, or jog, cycle or in-line skate along it throughout the rest of the year. If you didn’t bring ice skates with you, you can rent them onsite.
Great War Flying Museum is an aviation museum that makes and maintains replicas of World War I aircrafts. It is a not-for-profit museum, where members and volunteers are the ones that actually maintain the planes. Fokker Dr.I, Nieuport 28, Royal Aircraft Factory S.E.5a and Sopwith 1½ Strutter are just a few of the replicas that can be seen at the museum. In addition to the aircrafts, the museum also houses a rare collection of period uniforms. Also at the Great War Flying Museum is a collection of artefacts that tell the story of men involved in flying during World War I. There are also battle maps and rare instruments on display.
That is, stars on the Brampton Arts Walk of Fame. The walk of fame is located in Downtown Brampton next to the Rose Theatre.The program recognizes Bramptonians that have achieved great things in the entertainment world. Inductees include Actor Alan Thicke, vocalist Lee Aaron, artist Andy Denato, singer Keshia Chanté and comedian Russell Peters. Red plaques with a star carved into them and the name of the inductee can be seen along the Brampton Arts Walk of Fame in Garden Square. There is a banner to mark the entrance to the walk.
Wet’n’Wild Toronto is a water based entertainment centre that is located next to the Clairville Conservation Area. The 40 hectare water park opened in 1986, featuring two pools and a whopping 15 water slides. One of the park’s key attractions is ‘The Big Tipper’, which is the world’s only Double Tipping Bucket attraction. There are also non-water activities at the theme park, including a zip line, a mini-golf course and a rock climbing wall. Wet’n’Wild Toronto has also hosted numerous events, including concerts, music festivals and fitness training camps.