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Looking for fun things to do with your kids in London, Ontario this Spring and Summer? Find the best attractions and activities for your family to enjoy. From trampoline parks, indoor activities, outdoor fun, amusement parks, bowling, go karting and more.
For decades, London’s art community has drawn the attention of visitors for its spirited and vibrant community of artists and art galleries. Read on for a short-list of a wide range of local art galleries, from the edgy to the refined.
Join Londoners in their long-standing enjoyment for brewing pots of fairly traded, environmentally responsible and ethically sourced beverages. These brews of small-batch specialty bean coffee and quality loose-leaf, single-origin tea are available at coffeehouses, tea lounges, restaurants and culinary retailers in and around London, Ontario.
The Old East Village (OEV) is located in London’s Core Area. Surrounded by a beautiful heritage neighbourhood, OEV’s commercial district stretches along Dundas Street between Adelaide and Charlotte and beyond.
Get to know some of the indie businesses and producers of hand-crafted, small-batches, made-in-London, Ontario, foods that are easily found while exploring the city’s food scene.
What is now known as the City of London, was founded in 1826. However, oral history and archeological records show that the London region has been inhabited for over 10,000 years. Some of the Indigenous peoples who have continuously called this region home include the Anishnaabeg, Haudenosaunee, and Lenni-Lenape Nations.
London, Ontario is centrally located within Southwestern Ontario. It is easily accessible and has a variety of transportation options that will bring you into the city!
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.
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.
Learn how to obtain a fishing permit, where to purchase bait and equipment, and where to catch the big one, right in London, Ontario.
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!
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.