The Bradley Museum property is home to several historic 19th century structures including the Anchorage, the Bradley House, and the Log Cabin. The Anchorage, now home to the visitor centre, is a regency style cottage that was once the retirement home of John Skynner of the Royal Navy. The cottage was moved from it's original site along the shores of Lake Ontario to the Bradley Museum in the 1970s.
The Bradley House was built in 1830 by Lewis and Elizabeth Bradley. The small farmhouse was home to the Bradley family for many years and in 1967 the house was opened to the public to reveal the life of early Ontario settlers.
The Log Cabin was added to the Bradley Museum site in 2007. Once located in Port Credit and scheduled for demolition, the cabin was saved and reconstructed at it's current location to preserve it's history.
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