Welcome to Brampton!
Thank you for visiting during the IIHF Women’s World Championships – we are so glad you are here. As one of Canada’s most diverse cities, Brampton offers a unique experience through its businesses, restaurants, and residents. We hope you are able to take some time to enjoy the hospitality and culture that this city has to offer.
Things to Do in Brampton
Watch a Game in Garden Square
Catch an IIHF Women’s World Championships game on the 24’ LED screen in Downtown Brampton. All tournament games will be broadcasted with giveaways to be provided during select watch party dates.
Watch Party Schedule:
- Wednesday, April 5 at 7 pm (Canada vs. Switzerland)
- Monday, April 10 at 7 pm (Canada vs. USA)
- Saturday, April 15 at 4 pm (Semi-Finals)
- Sunday, April 16 at 7 pm (Gold Medal Game)
Visit Downtown Brampton!
Make a day of it when you come to watch the Women’s Worlds in Downtown Brampton! Take a walk before the game to see all the hockey window displays in the shops, then plan to eat dinner in front of the big screen. We have over 35 places to order takeout to eat in Garden Square. Check out the list of restaurants at www.downtownbramptonbia.ca/directory.
Explore Brampton’s Culinary Scene
Tour the tastes of the world in our City. The Experience Brampton Tourism Office recently launched the second edition of the Brampton Food Guide featuring 10 new entries as selected by residents of Brampton. The food scene here is a collection of hidden gems that have been around for decades, new restaurants serving tastes of home for newcomer residents, and innovative entrepreneurs fusing together cultures and traditions to create delicious modern dishes.
Download the Brampton Food Guide
Get your adrenaline flowing with some of Brampton’s high-energy activities, suitable for members of the whole family. Challenge your family or friends to laser tag, mini-putt or axe-throwing competitions, work together on an escape room, or play like a kid again at Playdium or Aerosports Trampoline Park.
New to Brampton is the TikTok sensation high-tech gaming facility, Activate, where players jump, climb and dodge through hundreds of interactive games.
- Brampton is just 15 minutes by limo, taxi or car from Toronto Pearson International Airport
- Brampton Transit Route 115 Airport Express bus runs from Terminal One to the Bramalea Terminal, near Bramalea City CentreVisit our Local Transportation page for more info or check out bramptontransit.com / 905.874.2999