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2017 Brampton Visitor Guide now available

​BRAMPTON, ON – The 2017 Brampton Visitor Guide is now available online and in print. A great resource to discover Brampton, the guide helps residents and visitors plan places to see and things to do across the city. The guide has something for everyone - art lovers, history enthusiasts, thrill seekers, film buffs, foodies and more!

“Whether you are a resident of Brampton or a visitor, this guide will surprise you with new places to discover in our friendly, inviting and uniquely diverse city,” said Mayor Linda Jeffrey. “We are a dynamic city with a lot of great restaurants and exciting local attractions.  We can help you host visitors from out of town or show places you didn’t know existed – we are proud of our city and we invite you to come discover all the sights, sounds, and fun things to do in and around Brampton.”

The guide is available on Tourism Brampton’s website and Tourism Toronto’s website.

Take note of special Canada 150 exhibitions and events planned all year, including opportunities to see distinctive historic sites.

The 2017 Brampton Visitor Guide is produced in cooperation with Tourism Toronto, Ontario’s Regional Tourism Organization #5, and the City of Brampton. Copies of the guide are distributed throughout Ontario, to tourism information centres, chambers of commerce, hotels, industry tour operators and more.

Visitors and residents can pick up a print version at Brampton City Hall, 2 Wellington Street West or call Tourism Brampton at 905.874.3601 to have one mailed.


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Natalie Stogdill
Media Coordinator
City of Brampton
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