London Things to Do

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  • 1. London International Airshow

    Aircraft from around the world descend on London every June for a great airshow. You can walk around and inspect the planes, even get in them, and talk to the flight crews. I used to love going to...

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  • 2. Doors Open London

    One September weekend each year, many sites in London -- both private and public open their doors for residents to see. There is quite a range in the sites available from historic buildings to the top...

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  • 3. Victoria Park

    4.5 out of 5 stars

    Victoria Park is 18 acres in downtown London. We walked through it a few times. As advertised, there are a lot of squirrels hanging about -- and the mandatory statues and war monuments. We saw the...

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  • 4. Out of town

    Just visited a great place for kids on Thanksgiving sunday with 6 of our grand children. Link http://berryblue.org/farm_fun.shtml . It is called Kusterman's Berry Farm, is between Mount Brydges and...

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  • 5. Museum of Ontario Archaeology

    We visited this museum one Saturday. It is part display museum - discussing the native tribes that lived nearby and explaining how they lived, and outside, it is partly a reconstructed native town...

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  • 6. Eldon House

    4.5 out of 5 stars

    During Open Houses, we toured Eldon House which is downtown less than two blocks from my son's condo. Eldon House is unusual as far as period museums as it was donated to the city of London (in 1959)...

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  • 7. Balloon Fiesta & Rib Cookoff

    This event will take place August 2-6, 2001 at Harris Park in London Ontario. Every morning, bright and early ,balloons launch into the skies of London. They also launch in the early evening. There is...

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  • 8. Western Fair

    The Western Fair occurs yearly (during the first half of September each year). It is a normal fair with the Midway, animals, art, food stalls, booths, etc. Everything you would expect a fair to be....

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  • 9. Museum London

    On a rainy Saturday afternoon, we visited Museum London. It is located downtown on the banks of the Thames River. There are displays on three floors - primarily the basement and second floors and has...

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  • 10. Overview / Tips in One

    Hans and I are just a short drive (120 miles ) from London, Ontario. There's LOTS TO SEE & DO here. I have already highlighted some of the Festivals London has in my "General" Tips section. There's...

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  • 11. Other London Museums

    Canada's Radar Museum At the beginning of WWII, the RCAF was tasked, as a major role for the Allies, to carry out training of radar personnel and to set up, operate and maintain radar sites. A school...

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  • 12. SUNFEST

    Every summer Victoria Park holds Sunfest. Enjoy the vendors of international crafts and wares. Excellent food from all over the world. Public music and dance...

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  • 13. Springbank Park & Storybook Gardens

    Very long park. If you are a jogger then enjoy. No statues, monuments or historical excitement here. Occasional wafts of the Thames are disgusting. Kids enjoy...

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  • 14. University of Western Ontario

    The reason a lot of people spend time in London is as it is home to the University of Western Ontario (and their Mustangs). It is a relatively prestigious...

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  • 15. The Thames River walk

    An asphalt path has been created along the Thames River. This path is great for walking or jogging - it is quiet, cool and colourful in the fall - the leaves...

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  • 16. The Richmond Strip

    Richmond Street runs north and south through downtown London. If you walk the street any weekend evening (at least from Thursday to Saturday), you will find...

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  • 17. BELLAMERE WINERY

    You will love the beauty of BELLAMERE WINERY idyllic location, set on 67 acres of orchards, vineyards and farmland. A London landmark for over 23 years, the...

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  • 18. MIDDLESEX COUNTY BUILDING

    London’s oldest remaining building, the MIDDLESEX COUNTY BUILDING, was opened in 1829 as the District Courthouse and Gaol. It was designed by architect John...

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  • 19. Wally World

    If you're here in the summer this is a great place to visit. It's a water theme park with a wave motion pool, water slides, lazy river ride, etc. Ideal spot to...

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  • 20. Covent Garden Market

    Like it's namesake, this is a covered market where all kinds of vendors sell their wares. I used to go down and buy fresh veggies, bread, cheese and meat. And...

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  • 21. Storybook Gardens

    A great place to take the kids. Where storybook characters come to life. Storybook gardens has been entertaining kids of all ages for 38 years. There’s even a...

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