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Whether you’re wondering where to get the biggest bowl of spaghetti in town, Tessa Virtue’s favourite burger joint, or maybe where your friend took that really cool Instagram photo… keep reading for all the top secret dining spots that even Londoners don’t want you to find out about.
Tourism London has compiled a listing of partners that provide accessible access to visitors, from attractions in and around London to places to stay that offer accessible accommodations, to park playgrounds and transit in the city of London, Ontario.
Escape the city and spend some time in the fresh farm air at nearby spots that will be fun for the whole family!
Nothing beats getting together with your closest friends and watching the big game. With so many options in London, it might be tough to decide where to go. Fear not, we’re here to show you some of the best sports bars in the Forest City.
Maggie MacNeil rose to stardom when she swam her way to a World Championship title in the 100 metre butterfly setting a new national record in the process. Tourism London had the chance to catch up with Maggie and ask her some questions about the city that she calls home.
Spend a day exploring one of London, Ontario’s best neighbourhoods, Wortley Village! With its historic properties, gourmet restaurants, and exclusive retailers, you’ll leave wanting to tell everyone your own story.
The 2016 Olympian is currently Canada’s female indoor and outdoor record holder in the Pole Vault, and is making a run at her second Olympic Games in Tokyo. Tourism London caught up with Alysha and had the chance to ask her a few questions about her hometown.
Running along side the Thames River, the Kains Woods trail offers beautiful views of not only the river but the valley as well. Located on the North West end of town, close to Byron, you could easily go for a hike or walk on the 5.8 km trail & pop down to one of the local shops for a bite to eat after.
This network of pathways is located in the northeast end of the city that runs along side the Thames River as well as Meander Creek. Popular for birding, this trail has numerous neighbourhood access points to the 7.7 km loop.
Learn how to obtain a fishing permit, where to purchase bait and equipment, and where to catch the big one, right in London, Ontario.
Nature lovers & hiking fans don’t have to travel far to enjoy one of the largest publicly owned Environmentally Significant Areas (ESA) in London. Located South of Commissioners Road & East of Wellington Road, adjacent to the Tourism London Welcome Centre, the ESA extends eastward towards Pond Mills Road.
After another amazing summer here in London, Fall is upon us! That means it's time to dust off the old running shoes, get outside for some fresh air and explore all that our beautiful city has to offer. Maybe you're training for a race this fall/spring, or maybe you're just looking for an excuse to get outside - Regardless, we’ve got you covered with some of our favourite places around the forest city to get a run in!
Holistic diets that prioritize fruits, vegetables, nuts, legumes and grains are being adopted with enthusiasm the world over. Whether you've been vegan for years or are just looking to get more veggies in your diet, these London restaurants have something to suit everyone's lifestyle! It's easier than ever to enjoy vegan, vegetarian and plant-forward meals.
Truly a nature lovers dream! The mixture of rustic walkways and established trails allow you to take an adventure through the thick of nature and be able to experience a wide arrangement of terrain.
Located near Byron, this trail features an abundance of diverse flowering plants and trees and a variety of wildlife. The terrain here can be quite hilly, so it’s sure to offer you a great work out as well! This area is a popular destination for bird enthusiasts and nature admirers alike.
Located in Oakridge, Sifton Bog is close to one of London's popular local markets - Remark Fresh Markets. This natural gem has a meandering boardwalk that leads to a platform extending into Redmond's Pond. If you need a quick shot of nature, this is the place to see it!
For a unique trail experience, choose The Coves! The Coves features many species of dragonflies, damselflies, as well as Green Frogs & Bullfrogs. With fifty-nine bird species in The Coves, from the Black-capped Chickadee & Northern Cardinal, this gives the perfect excuse for the outdoor enthusiasts or the birdwatcher to visit a hidden gem in London.
If you’re looking for a true escape to nature, this Environmentally Significant Area (ESA) is sure to delight. This wonderous natural oasis features deep ravines, mature woodlands, sloping terrain, a mixture of wetland and upland forest species, various types of trees and a large variety of birds.