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Points Of Interest

Point #1
Square One Shopping Center

100 City Centre Dr, Mississauga, ON L5B 2C9, Canada

  • Distance : 0.54
  • Attraction : Mall
https://shopsquareone.com/

We are starting this tour off at Mississauga’s ultimate shopping destination, Square One Shopping Centre. Spanning a whopping 2.2 million square feet, Square One is home to 330 stores and is the largest shopping center in Ontario. You’ll find a range of stores from mall classics like Lush,Crate and Barrel and Simons or even higher-end stores like Coach, Swarovski and Kate Spade. Hungry? You’ve got to stop by their food court. If you want to indulge, try the Pie Commission. The Pie Commission offers a wide selection of sweet and savory pies to fill any craving. Rather eat at home, no problem! Get a package of 4 frozen pies to take home and enjoy while also saving on Tax!

Point #2
Sheridan College-Hazel McCallion Campus.

4180 Duke of York Blvd, Mississauga, ON L5B 0G5, Canada

  • Distance : 0.23
  • Attraction : College
https://www.sheridancollege.ca/about/campus-locations/hmc?utm_medium=search&utm_source=google&utm_campaign=nonfaculty&utm_content=textad&gclid=CjwKCAj

On your right you will see the campus of Sheridan College. Founded in 1967, Sheridan has grown from its humble roots, starting off at just 400 students. Now Sheridan is a leading Postsecondary institution with over 23,000 students and offering 120 degree programs. The Hazel McCallion Campus is the newest addition to the college built in 2011.

Point #3
Art Gallery of Mississauga

300 Duke of York Blvd, Mississauga, ON L5B 3C9, Canada

  • Distance : 2.30
  • Attraction : Art Gallery
https://www.artgalleryofmississauga.com/

Also on your right you will see the Art Gallery of Mississauga. Opened in 1987, The Art Gallery of Mississauga is a public, not-for-profit gallery striving to make thought-provoking and engaging art accessible to the Mississauga community. AGM has over 500 pieces of artwork from regional and national artists in its permanent collection as well as hosts many traveling exhibits throughout the year.

Point #4
Brickyard Park

3030 Breakwater Ct, Mississauga, ON L5B 4L2, Canada

  • Distance : 0.84
  • Attraction : Park
https://www.mississauga.ca/events-and-attractions/parks/brickyard-park/

We will be passing Brickyard Park on your right. This park is a great family-friendly park offering multiple playgrounds as well as a baseball diamond, soccer field and even a splash pad to cool off in the warmer months. The paved pathways make this a perfect place for an afternoon walk or even a morning stroll with a furry friend, just make sure they are leashed!

Point #5
Huron Park/ Schools

Dundas St At Wolfedale Rd, Mississauga, ON L5C, Canada

  • Distance : 2.25
  • Attraction : Park
https://www.mississauga.ca/recreation-and-sports/locations/huron-park-recreation-centre/

On your left you will see Huron park that hosts a wide variety of amenities. Come and enjoy one of Huron’s main attractions, the Huron Park Ice Arena, founded in 1974. The arena offers ice skating sessions for all ages, making this a great activity for the whole family. Rather catch a game? The Huron Park Ice Arena hosts various hockey tournaments of all ages, complete with an on-site snack bar making this a perfect place for spectators alike. Aside from the Arena, Huron Park offers an on-site fitness center, gymnasium and Indoor Lap pool. In addition to the 6 lane lap pool, Hudson Park has its very own therapeutic pool. This heated pool is located right next to the main pool and offers shallow, warm water perfect for any post-rehabilitation routine. We will be passing a few schools on our right as well. First you will see McBride public school on your right which serves grades k-8 as well as The Woodlands Secondary school serving grades 9 through 12. Take a right up at Mississauga Road.

Point #6
University of Toronto Mississauga

Putnam Place Residence, Mississauga, ON L5L 1C6, Canada

  • Distance : 0.55
  • Attraction : College
https://www.utm.utoronto.ca/

On your right you will see the beautiful campus of University of Toronto Mississauga and is the second largest campus of University of Toronto. UTM enrolls over 15,000 students and offers 115 programs in over 95 areas of study. Did you know UTM is also home to one of the only Palaeomagnetism labs in Canada? That's the study of the history of the Earth’s magnetic field for those who didn’t catch that. If you’re looking to visit, a noteworthy spot to check out is The Blackwood Gallery, UTM’s own contemporary art centre dedicated to public research. There are 450 works of art in Blackwood’s permanent collection and Blackwood continually hosts and changes their exhibits on display, making this a place to visit often.

Point #7
Sawmill Valley Public School

Mississauga Rd At Sawmill Valley Dr, Mississauga, ON L5L 3C9, Canada

  • Distance : 2.32
  • Attraction : schools
https://www.peelschools.org/schools/sawmillvalley/Pages/default.aspx

As you turn left on Burnhamthorpe road on your left we will be passing Sawmill Valley Public School which serves grades k through 5.

Point #8
Sugar Marmalade/ Rapizza

720 Burnhamthorpe Rd W, Mississauga, ON L5C 3G1, Canada

  • Distance : 0.00
  • Attraction : Restaurants
https://www.rapizza.ca/

Got a sweet tooth? Head over to Sugar Marmalade for an authentic Hong Kong dessert experience. Enjoy indulgent classics like Mango and Red Bean Mille-feuilles or authentic golden Sago. If you’re just looking for a sweet treat on your way from work, they have an expansive list of bubble tea flavors, perfect for a quick sugar fix on the go. Want to try some fusion pizza? Head over to Rapizza for a cultural experience. Just like Canada, Pizza can also be a melting pot of different cultures. Test your taste buds with inventive pizzas like the Malabar Coast Pizza topped with stir-fried beef and coconut gravy. If you are a vegetarian, no problem! Enjoy a savory Palak Paneer Pizza, topped with crumbled Paneer and spinach. You won’t be pressed to find flavors from all over here, their pizza takes inspiration from India, Korea, Japan, the Middle East and Mexico. That concludes our tour of Downtown Mississauga. Feel free to check out any of the places we mentioned on this tour. If Downtown Mississauga is calling your name, reach out to Hamid at 416.575.4477 or at his website, hamidayoubi.com. Thanks again for taking a tour with UCPlaces.