11 Activities and Restaurants to visit in London Ontario

11 Activities and Restaurants to Visit in London, Ontario

  1. Covent Garden Market
  • The market is comprised of an indoor and outdoor market with locally grown food from farmers within the area. The outdoor market takes place every Saturday from 8:00am – 1:00pm. Open since 1845, the Covent Garden Market has many unique shops and over 20 restaurants.
  • Check out more information on their website
  • 30 King Street

 

 

  1. Rock the Park
  • Rock the Park is an annual music concert held at Harris Park in London, Ontario from July 10th to 13th. Come out and listen to live music from pop, rap and country music.
  • Check out more information about the event at https://rockthepark.ca/site/

 

 

  1. Western Fair District
  • The Western Fair District is a multi-faceted, not for profit, Agricultural Society, based in the heart of London, Ontario. On the fairgrounds of the historic Western Fair, the OLG Slots has excitement for everyone! Don’t miss the famous Saturday Farmers’ Market on July 7th, 13th and 14th. The infamous Western Fair is also held on September 6th!
  • Check out more information at https://www.westernfairdistrict.com/visitor-info/venue-directions-parking

 

 

 

  1. The Rec Room
  • This game venue features entertainment and recreational attractions such as an arcade, bowling alley, driving simulators, axe throwing and virtual reality. It also has a large restaurant and bar. Suitable for all ages, come experience the indoor arcade room for hours of fun and win prizes!
  • 1680 Richmond Street
  • Check out more information at https://www.therecroom.com/

 


 

 

 

  1. Victoria Park
  • This park is iconic to London as it is in the heart of Downtown life. This park is 18 acres and is one of the major centres for community events in London. Take a stroll through to see the nature within the city and grab a bite to eat after as it is located nearby many popular restaurants on Richmond street.

  • 580 Clarence Street

 

 

  1. Richmond Row
  • Richmond Row is London’s most interesting and innovative shopping districts with over 200 businesses catering to your every need. Whether you are looking to shop, go to a salon or eat, there is something for everyone. There is everything from clothing, to health and beauty services and a vibrant nightlife. 

 

 

 

  1. Labatt Brewing Company
  • Take a tour of the most famous brewery in Canada at the same location in London Ontario where John Kinder Labatt first started brewing beer in 1847.

  • 150 Simcoe Street, http://www.labatt.com/company/history.php

 

 

 

 

 

  1. Thames River
  • The Thames River flows through the city of London and is a beautiful river with a path alongside it to walk, run or bike on. One of the paths runs under the Western University College bridge. Visit many popular destination sites along the path such as Blackfriars Bridge, Harris Park, and the Museum London.

 


 

  1. The Factory
  • The Factory is Canada's biggest indoor family entertainment centre. Nowhere else in the area are there so many activities under one roof, truly geared for all ages and skill levels. With the highest indoor ropes course in North America, 145 foot ziplines, a 65 foot ropes jump, and over 20,000 square feet of trampoline park, The Factory is a unique spot for creating memories with others. 

  • 100 Kellogg Lane

 


 

 

  1.  London Museum
  • Museum London is an art and history museum located in London, Ontario, Canada, and for more than 70 years has preserved, interpreted and shared the story of London and Londoners.

  • 421 Ridout Street North, http://museumlondon.ca/visit

 

 

  1. Sunfest
  • Sunfest is an annual Canadian festival of food, culture, art and music that takes place in London, Ontario, Canada in Victoria Park, in the month of July. The festival venue is Victoria Park and is July 4th-7th.
  • Check out more information at https://santaknowsbest.ca/london-events/sunfest/

 

 

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