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Art Gallery of Mississauga - Situated on 300 City Centre Drive. The museum features a beautiful collection of Contemporary Canadian art dating from 1945. Artworks were created by both local and regional artists.

Living Arts Center - Situated on 4141 Living Arts Drive. The Living Arts Center is the home of educational art and culture in Mississauga and hosts more than 300 000 visitors a year. The center is home to large performance theatres, a wonderful exhibition gallery, as well as a range of professional art studios.

Fishing - Mississauga's Port Credit has become a very popular fishing spot and it is said that it is the world's best salmon fishing location.

Axia Restaurant & Bar This restaurant is an Asian Infusion restaurant, offering Chinese, Japanese, Korean, Thai, and any other kind of Asian food you can think of. Anyone can find an item on the menu that will suit their tastes. The food is made from the freshest ingredients. Try to make reservations if you go for dinner.
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Mississauga Parks & Gardens

Kariya Park - The park is situated in the heart of Mississauga. The park was opened in 1992 and was intended to commemorate the 11th anniversary of the twin-city relationship that Mississauga has with Kariya. The park features an interesting collection of lavender-hued Iris laevigata, which is the official flower of Kariya. Other plants on view include an exstensive range of rhododendrons, pine, gingko and sweetgum trees.

Erindale Park - This is the ultimate park for family entertaiment, offering an exciting activity for everyone, including an exstensive range of beautiful trails for walking, biking and skiing, as well as children's playground and a toboggan hill. There is also a great selection of picnic spots available for those who wish to simply sit back and indulge in the tranquil environment which the park has to offer.

Mississauga Restaurants and Bars

Mississauga Restaurants

Aloili Restorante - Situated on 350 Burnhamthorpe Road. The restaurant features a truly relaxed and enjoyable atmosphere. Their menu consists of a large selection of delicious traditional Italian cuisine, made from the freshest seasonal indredients.

By the Wharf - Situated on 1855 Dundas Street. The restaurant is housed inside the lounge of a luxury cruise ship and features a very stylish and elegant atmosphere. The menu consists of dishes made from the finest meats and a superb selection of deliciously prepared seafood.

Cagney's Grill & Bar - The restaurant is situated on 128 Queen Street South. Cagney's is a wonderful place to enjoy a delicous meal whilst in the company of friends. The menu consists of a large range of international cuisine, as well as an extensive wine list.

Mississauga Bars & Clubs

The Queens Arms British Pub - The pub is situated on 1170-1172 The Queensway and is an excellent place to enjoy an evening filled with fun and entertainment. A very popular night spot with both locals and visiting tourists.

The Duke of Marlborough - Situated on 680 Sivercreek Blvd. The pub is situated in Mississauga's oldest building which dates back to 1822. The pub features a truly unique British-style ambiance, featuring beautiful furniture imported from England. Visitors can expect to be entertained with live music on weekends.

Moose Winooski's - Situated on 6485 Mississauga Road. This is the perfect place for those who wish to enjoy an ice cold beer in the company of good friends. The pub features a very lively and enjoyable atmosphere and is a very popular choice amoungst locals.

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