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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
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, the museum highlights the social, cultural and economic lives of the people in south western Ontario, it tra...


The Innuit Gallery
In 1982 the re-development of Richmond Street between Queens Avenue and Oxford Street was well underway. Vacant commercial properties and the impressive but tired turn of the century homes surrounding London?s historic Victoria Park were being renova...


Original Kids Theatre
Original Kids Theatre was founded by David Conron in 1991 with 12 members. The Main Company came first, then Summer Camp. David Conron has now left the Company (2004). First home- Alma College in St. Thomas. First production for the general public...


Banting House National Historic Site of Canada
Banting House National Historic Site tops the pride list of London, Ontario, it was been named after Sir Frederick Grant Banting, a renowned and respected Canadian, it is a well known fact that London is known for medical fame and the proof of this c...


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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.

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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.

[ Archaeology Museum - info ]


 

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