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Attractions in London Ontario

London, Ontario has many attractions worth visiting, including The London Regional Art and Historical Museums, Canadian Medical Hall of Fame and the Regional Children's Museum.

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Attractions in London Ontario
Storybook Gardens
Storybook Gardens provides families with fun and special memories to last a lifetime. We have something for the whole family, with animals, rides, games, play areas, Slippery's splash area, entertainment, face painting and beautiful gardens. A villag...


Palace Theatre
Even before the Palace Theatre was built there, the site of 710 Dundas Street had historic significance. In March, 1896, the Women's Christian Association bought a brick building at 708 Dundas Street for $3500 to accommodate 20 patients in the Jubile...


London City Music Theatre
Totally renovated for stage performances, with 600 seats state-of-the-art acoustics and many unique features. The London City Music Theatre© is now the hub for exciting musical and theatrical productions by local, national and international talent. C...


The Grand Theatre
On September 9, 1901 the New Grand Opera House welcomed its first patrons. Men in elegant evening attire and women in rich gowns took their seats for the opening night performance of the popular melodrama Way Down East. As they applauded that night, ...


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Banting House

Banting House National Historic Site tops the pride list of London, Ontario, it was been named after Sir Frederick Grant Banting.

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The Regional Children's museum

The Regional Children's museum is a unique concept, the Museum is one of a kind and helps children to appreciate Museums.

[ Children's museum - info ]


Fanshawe Pioneer Village

This village is an attempt to revive and retain those lost sentiments from the 19th Century village as a part of farming or trading community.

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The museum of archaeology

The museum of archaeology is located in Lawson Village and holds a priority place in guided tours of London because this museum is different.

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