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  • The Covent Garden Market skating rink during the winter.


    Market Block DJ Skates

    MARKET BLOCK DJ SKATE IS BACK!  Skate to the sounds of talented local DJ’s Hot Chocolate is a must!  Keep warm around the fire pits! Skate rentals are available! DATES:  Saturday, February 3rd: 2pm-6pm Saturday, February 10th: 2pm-6pm Wednesday, February 14th: 5pm-9pm Saturday, February 17th: 2pm-6pm Monday, February 19th: 12pm-4pm Friday, February 23rd: 5pm-7pm Saturday, February 24th: 2pm-6pm Sunday, February 25th: 12pm-4pm

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    Unger's Market

    Unger's is your one-stop destination for fresh produce, bakery, gifts and a quick bite.

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    The Market at Western Fair District

    The Market at Western Fair District is a vibrant gathering place in the heart of Old East Village bringing together community, food and local artisans. Two floors and over 85 vendors make up The Market.

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    Outdoor Easter Market

    Our Easter Market, the Official Opening of the Outdoor Farmers’ Market, is SATURDAY MARCH 30TH! We absolutely cannot wait to be back with another fantastic season. You’ll be able to find all of your favourite vendors at the market again this year, and welcome some new faces, too! The Farmers’ Market will be open every Saturday from 8AM to 1PM on the Rotary Square. Make sure to head over to our website and at the bottom of the page you can subscribe to our weekly newsletters to see what vendor are attending each week, what the chefs are cooking up in the kitchen, and all the events happening at the Market! Click here to follow our Farmers Market Instagram page

  • A view of the inside of Covent Garden Market from the second floor.


    Spring Weekend Market

    Our SPRING WEEKEND MARKET is taking place Saturday, May 4th & Sunday, May 5th, upstairs on the Mezzanine. Some of your favourite vendors are coming together to put on a special spring market with lots of special surprises. You will not want to miss this! Bring on Spring!  Over 20 amazing local artisans! 100 special treats that will get you in the Spring spirit! Beautiful flower stems for every child or young person! Floral photo op! All first come, first serve, BUT the joy will be endless  If you are interested in being a vendor, please email Sam at Where: Indoors, Upstairs on the Market Mezzanine When: Saturday, May 4th, 12pm to 6pm / Sunday, May 5th, 11am to 4pm

  • A view of Covent Garden Market from the inside second floor.


    Indoor Farmers Market

    It’s that time of year again when we start getting ready for our Winter Indoor Farmers’ Market on the upper level in the Mezzanine! Running from 9am to 1pm, come join us to enjoy live music from the London Arts Council while you support your local vendors. We can’t wait to see you there! SATURDAY FEBRUARY 3, 2024 - SATURDAY FEBRUARY 24, 2024 9:00 AM - 1:00 PM UPSTAIRS; MEZZANINE FREE

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    Covent Garden Market

    Right in the heart of London! Established in 1845, the Covent Garden Market located in Downtown London offers an abundance of food, services, a local farmers’ market twice weekly and an array of cultural festivals and events!

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    Persian Spring Market

    Event Dates:  - March 16, 2:00 PM - 6:00 PM - March 17, 11:00 AM - 4:00 PM A spring market celebrating the arrival of spring and coinciding with the Iranian New Year, 'Now Ruz' (meaning 'New Day'). Inspired by the vibrant markets in Iran during this season, Polina's Nostalgic Treats aims to evoke nostalgia from her birthplace, offering a unique experience to fellow Canadians. The Now Ruz Spring Market will feature local Iranian artists, handcrafts, Iranian sweets, Saffron, locally grown wheat sprouts, and spring flowers to name a few. In addition, there will be live Persian music and kids' activities. All are welcome and free admission.

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    London's Theatre Scene

    Looking to catch a performance or an immersive theatrical experience? You’re in luck! London, Ontario has a vibrant and well-established theatre scene. Professional theatre is an important part of our city’s cultural fabric along with the city’s dynamic community theatre scene. With the variety of options available, you can catch a production almost any time of year!

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    Made in London, Ontario: Small-Batch Coffee, Single Origin Teas and Craft Beverages

    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.

  • A large painted mural on the side of a building located in Old East Village in London, Ontario


    Neighbourhood Spotlight: Old East Village

    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.

  • A person about to eat a pastry called a 'cruffin' from Black Walnut Bakery Café located in London, Ontario


    Made in London, Ontario: Small-Batch & Made-from-Scratch Foods

    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.

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    Explore Londons Surrounding Region

    If you are looking for some things to do outside of London, Ontario, learn more about some suggested nearby cities and towns that are worth a visit.

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    A Brief History of London, Ontario

    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.

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    London Resources: Souvenirs, Maps & Guides

    Start planning your trip to London, ON with Tourism London's official guides, including London's visitor guide, breweries & distilleries guide, helpful maps, where to find souvenirs, gift options and more.

  • Overhead view of inside the Covent Garden Market in London, Ontario


    What to See On Your First Visit to London, Ontario

    Welcome to London, Ontario, Canada! Let us give you a few ideas about what to see on your first visit to our wonderful city. From markets, restaurants, theatres, museums, nature and local stores and goodies!

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    Family Farm Fun

    Escape the city and spend some time in the fresh farm air at nearby spots that will be fun for the whole family!