The two-acre Bradley Museum site is on the edge of Lake Ontario, nestled in a 70-year-old maple grove. It features four heritage buildings:
- The Anchorage, an Ontario Regency-style cottage from the early nineteenth century
-The Bradley House, a two-story saltbox-style farmhouse from 1830
- A restored Port Credit log cabin from the mid-1800s
- A barn from the turn of the last century.
A variety of themed tours are available, including Bradley Family Settler Experience, Black History in Peel, and Learning about Indigenous Peoples and Truth and Reconciliation.
Tours run on the hour between 12:00 p.m. and 3:00 p.m.
Walk-ins are welcome. Please book a tour to guarantee a spot.