Brampton: Explore The Unconventional Vacation Destination

Many tourists and travelers, neglect Brampton as a vacation destination. However, this city too has a lot to offer to its visitors. The fastest growing economic sector has given me a great experience. Here are some of the things that you can do and see on your visit to Brampton.

  • Visit a park

Gage Park is the oldest park to be found in this city. It had been established in the year 1903. There is a circular path around the park which enhances its beauty. Since I visited during winter, it had been turned into a skating rink. The park has gazebos, fountain, floral garden, and large trees. The play area is open for children during the summer time. You can cycle, jog, or just walk around the trail and in winter you can skate on the same.

  • Check out some aircrafts

Replicas of the aircraft from World War One is made and maintained by Great War Flying Museum. The volunteers and members of the museum take care of the planes and maintain them. Apart from the aircraft, there is also a collection of periodic uniforms. The artifacts collection will enumerate the story of the men who had been associated with flying during the time of the war.

  • Look at the stars

Arts Walk of Fame of Brampton is located near Rose Theatre. Here I had an experience of a lifetime since I got to see Bramptonians who have achieved great heights in the world of entertainment. You will notice red plaques having a star on them. Inductees name can be found on the Arts Walk of Fame at Garden Square.

  • Have fun at a water park

Head to the water park, Wet ‘n’ Wild and have some fun. It covers an area of 40 hectares. There are 15 water slides and two pools. The best part of the park is the Big Tipper. If you are visiting during winter like me then you can check out the non-water activities of the park.