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Visit Storybook Gardens

  This local amusement park is the perfect destination for families. Located at 1958 Storybook Ln., you’ll find camps, options to book special events including birthday parties, and of course daily general admission. The winter skating rail is still open in February, and various snack stalls and restaurants around the park offer your favorite seasonal…

Reserve Your Valentine’s Day Table

  Garlic’s of London might not sound like the perfect destination for a romantic dinner, but the popular Italian eatery has plenty of authentic dishes that don’t pack a strong garlic note. Located at 481 Richmond St., the trendy restaurant offers a blend of Italian staples and Canadian favorites. Local tomatoes and halloumi, boar/bacon/brie pizza…

Warm Up with London’s Best Soup

  Soup is the ultimate comfort food, and it’s a great way to warm up during a chilly London January. Try a bowl at the Piping Kettle Soup Co., located at Covent Garden Market Building, 130 King St. The soups change daily, and there’s an option for every dietary need from meat lovers to vegan,…

Events at Budweiser Gardens

  Looking for the perfect venue for your London event? Budweiser Gardens is conveniently located at 99 Dundas St., just a short drive from London, Ontario hotels. It hosts a variety of exciting events, many open to the public, throughout the year. Home to the London Knights hockey league and the Mississauga Power, the former…

New Year’s Eve Picks

  Bid farewell to 2017 at Victoria Park with a children’s act at 8 p.m., children’s fireworks at 9 p.m. and headliners for adults until the final fireworks show at midnight. Music, laughter and fun is at the heart of this free event that’s fit for all. Whether you’re traveling with little ones and want…

Holiday Magic

  Throughout the month of December, Victoria Park is lit with Christmas magic. The romantic, family-friendly destination is a must during your stay in London with the lights blazing from 6:30 – 11 p.m. nightly. The Promenade Deck is one of the best spots to view the lights. From the 12th floor of City Hall,…

Visit the Museum of Ontario Archaeology

  The MOA is committed to enriching lives through knowledge. Archaeology is a tool to tell stories of how our ancestors lived. It’s how we connect to our past and our “shared human heritage.” Archeology is ultimately about people and connection through storytelling. A variety of enriching programs are available, including Diggin’ Your Birthday for…

St. Paul’s Cathedral

  All are welcome at this stunning London landmark, and traditional (yet progressive) services are also offered. At St. Paul’s, work is currently underway to restore the roof trusses that are 170 years old. See the rejuvenation project in the works, and explore one of the most incredible architectural treasures of the city. Located in…

Halloween Frights in Kitchener

  You’ll be able to find Halloween parties at a number of London bars and clubs, but if you really want a frightful experience, head one hour northeast to Kitchener. It’s where you’ll find Scream Park, a horror trilogy where you can choose from the most haunted park in Canada, the Paintball Zombie Hunt—or both!…

Adventures on Wonderland

  Take your little ones on an exciting playground adventure without a thought to the weather. Adventures on Wonderland is London’s biggest indoor family entertainment center and playground. Specializing in entertaining kids 12 and under, it’s the perfect place to explore, adventure and delight. Tackle the massive Jungle Climber with four play levels full of…