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  • London Spotlight Series - Alex Kopacz dressed in team Canada uniform


    London Spotlight Series: Alex Kopacz

    Alex Kopacz slid to the top of the Olympic podium at the PyeongChang 2018 Olympic Winter Games in the two-man bobsleigh event. Tourism London had the chance to catch up with this outstanding Londoner, and asked him to share what he loves about the city he calls home.

  • Aerial view of an outdoor park with baseball diamond and Blackfriars Bridge in London, Ontario, Canada.


    Blackfriars - London Ontario's Priceless Heritage

    Blackfriars is one of London’s beloved and unique neighbourhoods. With a distinct character of its own, this historical independent village is nestled just outside the downtown core, running along the Thames River. As one of the oldest areas in the city, it showcases local history as it engulfs many beautiful homes and other iconic historical landmarks.

  • Aerial view of downtown London, Ontario


    Zoom Backgrounds of London, Ontario

    Show your local love and download a custom background to use while having your Zoom business meetings, social “happy hours” with friends or video calls with loved ones.

  • Aerial view of the Fanshawe Dam and Reservoir at the Fanshawe Conservation Area.


    Outdoor Hiking Trails in London, Ontario – Fanshawe Conservation Area

    Enjoy your next hike at the Fanshawe Conservation Area. Located in the Northeast end of London. This conservation area offers two hiking only trails, as well, take a walk down the 20 km Fanshawe Lake trail that is open to both hikers and cyclists. No matter what trail you choose, they all offer spectacular views, aged trees and open meadows!

  • Wooden bridge pathway in Longwoods Road Conservation Area


    Outdoor Hiking Trails in London, Ontario – Longwoods Road Conservation Area

    Longwoods Road Conservation Area is located West of London near Delaware, Ontario. The 155-acre conservation area features five different nature trails and bridges, two of which are wheelchair accessible, that wind through Carolinian woodlands and ravines. The area not only hosts fantastic trails, but is home to the Ska-Nah-Doht Village and Museum.

  • Sun light peering through trees on a hiking trail in Lower Dingman located in London, Ontario


    Outdoor Hiking Trails in London, Ontario – Lower Dingman

    If you’re eager to do another hike, visit Lower Dingman Environmentally Significant Area (ESA), located at 3370 Homewood Lane. This 1.6 km trail is used for walking, hiking, nature trips, biking (only in multi use paths) and fishing is permitted with a provincial license.

  • Three golfers golfing at East Park Golf Gardens on a bright summer day


    Golfer's Paradise: A quick guide to help you find the best greens in London, Ontario

    If you have found yourself taking practice swings with the broom handle while cleaning the house, or perhaps lining up putts across your living room carpet, we have some good news for you: Golf is back! We have got you covered when it comes to finding a course to play in the Forest City.

  • A group of people about to enter the main entrance of Victoria Park on a bright summer day located in London, Ontario


    Day Tripping in London, Ontario

    With everything finally re-opened in Ontario, this is the perfect time to go on an adventure! Here are three itinerary suggestions to get you out of the house, exploring both nature-based and urban settings. 

  • The interior pool of the Best Western Plus Lamplighter Inn & Conference Centre located in London, Ontario


    Stay, Unwind & Indulge in London, Ontario

    Here comes the staycation to the rescue. Whether it’s fun for the family or a romantic weekend you’re in need of, London has an accommodation for any type of break you’re looking for. 

  • A family enjoying the view overlooking Grand Bend's beachfront on a hot summer day


    On Our Doorstep: Sand and Sun Near London, Ontario

    If you are looking for a beach to enjoy this summer, there’s good news - you don’t have to go far to lay out in the sand and dip your toes in the water. 

  • Explore LDN ONT - Discover Your Forest City. Statue of Sir Frederick Banting outside of the Banting House National Historic Site of Canada in London, Ontario.


    Travel Through Time in London, Ontario

    If you’re a history buff or just a bit curious about what life may have been like in the past, get out and explore these local museums and cultural sites, go for a walk about town, and take a trip back through time.

  • A dog resting on a floor mat from Bloomingtails Pet Boutique located in London, Ontario


    A Paw-fect Day in London, Ontario

    No need to look for doggy daycare, this week we’re exploring a London, Ontario staycation that’s not only inclusive of, but tailored to “man’s best friend”.

  • A person riding their bike in Springbank Park, in London, Ontario, Canada, surrounded by trees and leaves in the fall


    Fall in Love with Fall in London, Ontario

    London, Ontario is perfectly positioned to experience the best of the harvest season. Surrounded by farmland, an abundance of hiking trails to explore as they’re awash in reds, oranges and yellow hues, London is a city full of market offerings and autumn flavours. 

  • A male standing on a boardwalk looking up at tall trees at Sifton Bog Trail in London, London, Ontario, Canada


    Five Hikes in London, Ontario to keep you active this Fall!

    As the leaves begin to change colour, and the temperature continues to drop, now is the perfect time to get some fresh air and exercise while enjoying all of the beautiful trails that London, Ontario has to offer! Round up your spouse, the kids or the dog and head out the door to check out some of these breathtaking trails while they are at their prettiest!

  • A father and daughter skating outdoors at Springbank Park in London, Ontario


    Six Unique Ways to Stay Active this Winter in London, Ontario

    Snow has fallen in London, Ontario, which means the winter season has arrived. In true Canadian fashion, it’s time to pull out your winter jacket, scarves and mittens, and embrace what this season is all about. Take a break from your screens and check out some of these non-traditional ways to stay active this winter in the Forest City!

  • London Knights game at Budweiser Gardens in London, ON.


    Game Day Itinerary: London Knights Friday Evening Game

    An itinerary put together for out-of-town Knights fans coming into London for a Friday evening game!

  • Person holding a cellphone in the foreground, taking a photo of a smiling woman seated at a table on a patio in the background


    Patio Season in London, Ontario: The City's Most Popular Patios

    We have two glorious words for you: patio season. You'll be sure to have a blast this summer with some guidance on where to go for good eats, signature drinks and aesthetic ambiance!

  • People standing in front of a food truck waiting to order from Field to Truck in London, Ontario


    Must Visit Food Trucks in London, Ontario

    London’s food scene is growing rapidly, and our food trucks are no exception. We’ve compiled a list with a few of our local favourites to make your hunt for great food on the go a little easier.