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Clarkson Village is a neighbourhood in the city of Mississauga, Ontario, situated in the southwest corner of the city, along the shore of Lake Ontario. It is bordered by Lake Ontario to the south, Oakville to the west, Erindale and Erin Mills to the north, and Lorne Park to the east.
Both of the City of Mississauga's historic museums Bradley Museum and Benares House are lactated here. The Bradley Museum provides a vision of the everyday life of early settlers in Ontario.
Benares estate and most of its contents, located on the border between Clarkson and the neighboring community of Lorne Park were donated to the Ontario Heritage Foundation by the great-grandchildren of Captain Harris. The house was fully reestablish and opened to the public in 1995. Benares now houses an interpretive gallery and hosts special events.
In addition to exploring these historic sites, visitors may also delve into Rattray Marsh. This ecologically sensitive morass is the last remaining lakefront marsh between Burlington, Ontario and Toronto, and provides opportunities for bird watching while strolling along boardwalks and well-maintained trails. Ample displays of white trilliums, the floral emblem and provincial flower of Ontario, may be seen in late April and early May.
Clarkson Village is home to numerous dining establishments and unique stores allow you to explore this specific community with all the amenities.