Museums That Are Great For A Rainy Day, Or Any Day!
Looking for a museum to spend your rainy day in? Or just looking for a place to go to learn about the city? Take a look at these museums!
Built in 1834, the oldest surviving home in London contains heirlooms and furnishings that belonged to the original owners, Captain John and Amelia Harris
481 Ridout St N, London, Ontario N6A 2P6, Canada
The Royal Canadian Regiment Museum
This is a small museum but with lots of things things and history to learn about the Canada army. Also it is free! Why not to spend an hour or so to learn more about our country and our contribution to the world order!
701 Oxford St E | N5Y 4T7, London, Ontario N5Y 4T7, Canada
Banting House National Historic Site
An excellent site for a tribute to the discoverer of insulin. It’s a small museum but loaded with interesting facts about Banting’s life and his discoveries. And, the people who run it are really nice and informative.
442 Adelaide St N, London, Ontario N6B 3H8, Canada
Jet Aircraft Museum
A small museum with a collection of military training jets undergoing restoration to flying status. “Thrill of a Lifetime” jet rides available by appointment. Flight Simulator Room for “Children of all Ages”. Admission is FREE. Donations are gratefully received to help us “Keep Them Flying”. Gift Shop purchases also assist us in our mission. Venue available for receptions, birthday parties, etc.
2465 Aviation Lane, London, Ontario N5V 3Z9, Canada
London Children’s Museum
There are a lot of different rooms for children to play and use their imaginations. There is a constructions area to pretend that they were working. Lots of fun for all.
21 Wharncliffe Rd S, London, Ontario N6J 4G5, Canada
You know how some museums are so much more than you can handle in one day? This one isn’t. It has great exhibits that evoke thought and are small enough to enjoy in one bite.
421 Ridout St N, London, Ontario N6A 5H4, Canada