Places to stay in Georgetown, Ontario
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Georgetown is a community in the town of Halton Hills, Ontario and is part of the Regional Municipality of Halton. It is situated on the Credit River, located approximately 60 km west of Toronto making it part of the Greater Toronto Area. Georgetown takes its name from George Kennedy, who settled in the area in 1821. Places to eat in the region include Mattina's Cucina, Choy's Chinese Restaurant, Royal Pizzeria & Spaghetti House, and The St George Pub & Restaurant.
Wondering where to stay? Lodging options in the community are mainly limited to Bed and Breakfast type accommodations, though there are a few nearby motels. If you are travelling in the area, Georgetown is located close to Blue Springs Pond, Cootes Paradise, Main Harbour Channel, Elder Mills and Binkham.
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- Longitude: -79°55'1.29
- Latitude: 43°39'37.533
Things to see and do
Win Henstock Gallery
Located at 334 Lakeshore Road East. Win Henstock Gallery is a fine art gallery representing both Canadian and Internationally-acclaimed artists.
Located at 99 Rathburn Road West. Experience the ultimate interactive adventure at Playdium. With thousands of square feet of adrenaline-fueled, action-packed games to enjoy, Playdium offers individual, family and group fun for all ages
Located at 1697 Lakeshore Road West. Representing over 40 Internationally acclaimed Canadian Artists, Harbour Gallery is one of the largest fine art galleries in the Greater Toronto Area. We offer professional art consultation and quality custom framing. A unique lease-to-own program is available to corporate clients.
Located at 1620 Orr Road. Welcome to the Museums of Mississauga where 'history comes to life' through engaging programs and the responsible stewardship of our heritage collections and sites. The Museums of Mississauga shed light on the past at the Bradley Museum, restored to reflect daily life in the 1830s, and at Benares Historic House which captures life in Mississauga in the early twentieth century. The Museums have a rich artifact collection which spans over 200 years of Mississauga's history.
Benares Historic House
Located at 1507 Clarkson Road N.. With more than 160 years of history, this exquisite estate was home to four generations of the Harris and Sayers families. Feel the warmth and pride of workmanship in this home which has been restored to its quiet elegance of the early 20th century. Begin your tour at the Visitor Centre. Explore the interpretive gallery; become acquainted with previous generations of the family and discover how Benares came to be. Benares and most of its contents were donated by the three great grandchildren of Captain Harris -- Geoffrey Harris Sayers, Dora Sayers Caro and Barbara Sayers Larson to the Ontario Heritage Foundation in 1968. It was restored and fully furnished with Harris Family items and opened to the public as Mississauga's newest museum in 1995. Part of what makes Benares so unique is that over 95% of the artifacts in the house are original to the Harris family and this home.
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