Through maps, newspaper clippings and other visuals, new exhibit Unbuilt Peel explores some of the never-realized planning and building initiatives within the Peel Region. Thanks to the new Peel Art Gallery, Museum, and Archives (PAMA) exhibit, you can explore alternative municipal boundaries, forgotten subdivision plans, public transit proposals, and downtown revitalization schemes.

Included in the exhibit:

  • Peel boundaries as they morphed over the years before Brampton, Mississauga and Caledon were officially cities and towns
  • Mississauga city hall’s castle-like designs
  • Downtown Brampton’s massive brutalist structure that was never realized.
  • A convention centre in Forks of the Credit
  • Trillium dome – What would have been the Skydome and potentially home to the Mississauga Blue Jays
  • Fantasyworld, a giant indoor amusement park
  • The CN tower in Downtown Brampton
Indoor Waterpark

Get a taste of what might have been. Unbuilt Peel runs through February 26, 2016 in the Archives building.

Peel Art Gallery Museum + Archives

9 Wellington Street East
Brampton, ON

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