Brampton has a ton of public art installations, from the Urban Bouquet on George Street, to the Ghost Train in Mount
Back to school is upon us!Checkout these historic images of schools and classes through the ages in Brampton provided by the Peel Art Gallery, Museum and Archives (PAMA).
Although weather-wise it already feels like its here, today is the first day of Summer.
If you’re looking for something fun and incredibly informative to do this weekend, you’re a Brampton enthusiast, or you’re curious about the city’s history and future, you’re in luck - a series of
What sets Brampton apart from other Hometown Hockey stops? It's the young city's record of creating and supporting hockey for women and girls.
Beautiful bouquets are a Valentine's tradition, but while Brampton is the Flower City, a few kilometers south in Port Credit in 1893, a young man cultivated two prosperous farms and penned poetry t
Did you collect hockey cards when you were a kid? Are you still a fan now?
It’s no secret that Peel Region is packed with history, and now, Peel Art Gallery Museum and Archives (PAMA) has received a new haul of archival material, dating back to the 1800s.
There has been a volatile and heated debate in the United States over how they remember one of the bloodiest periods in their country's history, the Civil War.
Whether you learned about propaganda posters in tenth grade history class, through a documentary or a film, or otherwise, seeing them this close is definitely worth a visit to Peel Art Gallery Muse