Free Admission at Art Gallery and Museum in Brampton All Summer
Looking for something fun to do on a budget in Brampton this summer?
Peel Art Gallery Museum and Archives (PAMA) is offering free admission for adults and children for the remainder of July and all of August in celebration of Peel and Canada 150!
Group rates and reservations still apply for groups of 10 or more.
Admission is usually $5 for adults and $4 for students and seniors.
Exhibits are currently running on the black community in Peel in the late 19th century, a selection of World War II posters, the artistic talent of secondary students in Peel, a celebration of Peel and its stories, paintings about residential schools by James Simon Mishibinijima, and life in Peel county jail (did you know PAMA used to be a jail?).
For a full list of exhibitions you can check out for free for the rest of the summer, click here.
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