Brampton Releases New Visitor Guide
Brampton is a beautiful city, with many things for residents and visitors to do. To help find everything Brampton has to offer, the 2019 Brampton Visitor Guide is now available online and in print.
Brampton releases a guide annually. It features people, places, events and heritage in the city, and invites readers to try new experiences.
Some of these features include several notable Bramptonians, a world tour of Brampton's foods, outdoor activities within the city, spotlights on art and culture, and year-round activities and places to explore.
Another interesting point is that fifty per cent of the images featured in the guide were taken by residents and visitors on social media.
"Brampton offers residents and visitors alike a world-class range of unique experiences," says Mayor Patrick Brown. "Brampton has it all, from phenomenal culinary offerings and an exciting and emerging cultural scene including festivals, music, and drama, to an extensive network of trails and parks. I encourage everyone to pick up a copy of the Visitor Guide or view it online. It's one of the best ways to get to know our city."
The guide was produced in cooperation with Tourism Toronto, Ontario's Regional Tourism Organization #5, and the City of Brampton.
Residents and visitors can pick up a print copy at Brampton City Hall, or download an electronic version at: www.brampton.ca/tourism
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