- The list below includes 19 free or cheap things to do in or near Brampton, Ontario, including 52 different types of inexpensive activities like Parks, Art Museum, History Museums and Historic Sites.
- From Donald M. Gordon Chinguacousy Park to Heart Lake Conservation Area, there are a variety of budget-friendly attractions in Brampton and in nearby cities within 25 miles like Caledon, Burlington, King City and Belleville.
With tennis courts and a curling facility, the Donald M. Gordon Chinguacousy Park offers guests the opportunity to play sports and exercise. Children can also play on the mini-putt golf course and visit the petting zoo.
82% 39 votes
9 Wellington Street East, Brampton, Ontario MoreLess Info
The Peel Art Gallery Museum & Archive (PAMA) features the works of artists such as David Milne and objects from the 1800s and 1900s. The archival materials include old newspapers and old government records.
The Great War Flying Museum features a variety of aircraft, old office furniture, machine guns, and flags from the World War I era. The location also includes a replica airfield flight hut meant to mimic that which would have been utilized in France and England during the time period.
This location sells a variety of goods, including asparagus, pumpkins, pies, baked bread, homemade fudge, and free range turkeys. Kids can also play mini put golf and race on the trike track while visiting Downey's Farm Market.
Providing swimming and camping opportunities to its guests, Albion Hills is a family-oriented vacation spot that also features group picnic sites. Guests interested in mountain biking, including adventure races, could entertain themselves at this location.
93% 15 votes
16258 Humber Station Road, Caledon, Ontario MoreLess Info
The Plant Paradise Country Gardens is a twenty-four acre site that features perennial plants grown without the assistance of synthetic fertilizers. Guests may enroll in workshops or receive a guided tour of the location.
89% 163 votes
Creditview Rd. and Old Baseline Rd., Caledon, Ontario MoreLess Info
The Cheltenham Badlands features hiking trails through the site's red dirt terrain that is completely absent of topsoil. Guests are required to remain on the viewing area at the top of the slope.