Address: 689 Griffith St., London | Phone: 519.657.8822 | www.bolermountain.com
Take a break from the conference and enjoy the great outdoors by heading to Boler Mountain for some biking or the Treetop Adventure Park. The adventure park includes ziplines, rope courses, swinging bridges, tarzan swings and pirate nets. Conveniently located within the city of London, you won’t have to go far to take advantage of our great Canadian weather!
Address: 1275 Hamilton Rd., London | Phone: 519.451.2950 | www.eastparkgolf.com/groups/group-rates
Experience East Park! Take advantage of their indoor activities that include a 40’ climbing wall. Battle with bumper cars, then enjoy the waterpark, picnic areas, batting cages and arcade.
Covent Garden Market
Address: 130 King St., London | Phone: 519.439.3921 | www.coventmarket.com
Covent Garden Market had its beginning in 1835 when a patent was issued to hold a “public fair or mart” in the area of Richmond, Dundas and King Streets. This indoor, year-round Market offers fresh, local produce and craft vendors of every kind.
Fanshawe Pioneer Village
Address: 2609 Fanshawe Park Rd. E., London | Phone: 519.457.1296 x 815 | fanshawepioneervillage.ca
Fanshawe Pioneer Village is an early example of the museum type known as a “Pioneer Village,” initially developed in mid-20th century Ontario by Conservation Authorities. Fanshawe Pioneer Village tells the story of rural communities in the former townships of Westminster, London, North Dorchester, Delaware, West Nissouri and Lobo in Middlesex County from 1820 to 1920 and the founding and development of the City of London up to 1840.
Fanshawe Pioneer Village Guided Tour – Journey back in time to see the development of Canadian society as represented by more than 30 historic buildings at Fanshawe Pioneer Village. A costumed guide will lead you through the Village. Participate in hands-on 19th century activities. Spinning and carding wool, churning butter, and printing a hand bill in the Print Shop.
Labatt Brewery Tours
Address: 150 Simcoe St., London | Phone: 519.850.8687 | www.labatt.com
Labatt Brewery Tours run all year round with reservations; email@example.com or by phone. The tour takes about 2 hours to complete and includes sampling.
Address: 421 Ridout St. N., London | Phone: 519.661.0333 | www.museumlondon.ca
Museum London is Southwestern Ontario’s leading establishment for the collection and presentation of visual art and material culture. At the heart of a great museum is its collection and Museum London is proud to have one of Canada’s most important art collections, and the most significant historical artifact collections in Ontario.
Banting House National Historic Site
Address: 442 Adelaide St. N., London | Phone: 519.673.1752 | bantinghousenhsc.wordpress.com
Banting House National Historic Site of Canada creates public awareness and understanding of the national historic significance of Sir Frederick Banting and preserves the commemorative integrity of Banting House, the birthplace of insulin, for the benefit of the people of Canada. The museum celebrates not only a great Canadian discovery, but the life and career of Sir Frederick Grant Banting (1891-1941). Come celebrate the most important Canadian medical discovery of the 20th century.
Tree Trunk Tour
Address: Various locations in London | www.londontourism.ca/treetrunktour
The Tree Trunk Tour demonstrates London’s love of trees and is enhancing its reputation as the “Forest City”. Two carvers (Robbin Wenzoski and Neil Cox) have created sculptures that, instead of being confined to an art gallery, are out on public streets. From tree stump to concept drawing and the final carving, it takes about four weeks to transform the tree into a sculpture. About 95% of the carving is done with chainsaws ranging in size from large blocking saws to delicate carving saws. Detailed finishing work is accomplished with chisels and power rotary tools. The artwork is usually painted or stained and then coated with automotive polyurethane enamel to preserve the wood against the weather.
Address: 471 Richmond St., London | Phone: 519.672.8800 | www.grandtheatre.com
Take in a world class theatre production at the Grand Theatre! The Grand is an excellent example of the Proscenium Arch. It was designed to send music and sound from the stage into the audience.
Canadian Medical Hall of Fame
Address: 267 Dundas St., London | Phone: 519.488.2003 | cdnmedhall.org
Established in 1994, The Canadian Medical Hall of Fame is a national charitable organization that carries out its mission through induction ceremonies held annually and an exhibit hall that features a laureate portrait gallery.
Address: 481 Ridout St. N., London | Phone: 519.661.5169 | www.eldonhouse.ca
Virtually unchanged since the 19th century, Eldon House is London’s oldest residence and contains family heirlooms, furnishings and priceless treasures of the Harris family as well as a beautiful 19th-century style garden. Built in 1834 for John and Amelia Harris, this historic home remained in the family until 1960 when it was donated to the City of London. Although surrounded by the city today, the house and its gardens are a place of splendour and tranquility.
Baseball can be seen at Labatt Park with the London Majors of the InterCounty Baseball Association. The season runs from May to July. Labatt Park is the oldest continually operating in the world, dating back to 1877.
Museum of Ontario Archaeology
Address: 1600 Attawandaron Rd., London | Phone: 519.473.1360 | www.archaeologymuseum.ca
The Museum of Ontario Archaeology brings the stories of how people lived. At the Museum of Ontario Archaeology, we believe that archaeological is (first and foremost) about people and that by connecting with and sharing our stories we understand and appreciate each other more.
OLG Slots at Western Fair District
Address: 900 King St., London | Phone: 519.672.5394 | www.olgslotsandcasinos.ca/olg-slots/western-fair-districtOLG Slots at Western Fair District has excitement for everyone! With over 750 slot machines and live harness racing. Truly a winner’s wonderland set in a World’s Fair theme.
Paths and Natural Walking Areas
Address: Various locations in London | www.londontourism.ca/About-London/Natural-Areas-and-Green-Space
London is gifted with many natural areas throughout the city: Kilally Meadows, Meadowlily Woods, Medway Valley Heritage Forest, Sifton Bog, Warbler Woods, and Westminster Ponds. Complimented by 22 kilometres of scenic bike paths along the Thames River.
Idlewyld Inn & Spa
Address: 36 Grand Avenue., London | Phone: 519.432.5554 | www.idlewyldinn.com
A local landmark since 1878, Idlewyld Inn & Spa combines the elegance of a bygone era with all the modern amenities sophisticated travellers have come to expect from a luxury hotel. Our 70-seat dining room offers a locally-inspired menu of contemporary and traditional favourites and decadent desserts, complemented by our selection of award-winning wines, and draughts and ales on tap.Savour every moment in the comfort of our sun-filled dining room, enjoy some al fresco dining on our gracious front porch, or escape to Idlewyld’s hidden Garden Courtyard. Afternoon tea is offered on the 3rd Saturday of each month but for special date requests, contact the Idlewyld directly.
Royal Canadian Regiment Museum
Address: 701 Oxford St. E., London | Phone: 519.660.5275 x 5015 | www.facebook.com/RCRMuseum
The Royal Canadian Regiment Museum tells the story of Canada’s senior Infantry Regiment. The museum is located in Wolseley Barracks, purpose-built military architecture in 1886-1888 by the Dominion Government to house the «D» Company of the Infantry School Corps. The museum collection is vast and includes a large variety of artefacts: regimental memorials, silverware, uniforms, medals, original art, weapons, military equipment, archives, musical instruments, etc. Recently renovated, the museum welcomes visitors in the old archway entrance, upgraded to meet modern standards; an expanded permanent gallery and a costumer friendly gift shop are high profile attractions in the city of London, ON.
Palasad – North location and South
Address: 141 Pine Valley Blvd., London | Phone: 519.685.1390 | www.palasad.com
Make your big or small affair a memorable one by holding it here. Palasad is the unique alternative for company and social parties. Planning these events can be a daunting task – that’s where we come in. There’s something for everyone – bowling, billiards, ping pong, arcade games and even laser tag at our South location. And then there’s the food – the same fabulous menu from the Palasad wood burning pizza oven is available for you and your guests. Or for larger groups, we offer unique group menus. For more information contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Toboggan Brewing Company
Address: 585 Richmond St., London | Phone: 519.433.2337 | tobogganbrewingcompany.com
The Toboggan Brewing Co. invites you to taste their pioneering beers, enjoy our local food and more importantly have a good time doing it. Massive wooden ramps were built, buckskin moccasins adorned and toboggan blankets put on order for the new craze. The local press coverage jubilantly reported all of the latest on the Toboggan scene; 485 foot long double chute runs, lit by lanterns attended by over 75 tobogganists per night. ‘One of the finest slides in the Dominion’, they would confidently remark. Contact email@example.com to find out more on how your event would be a great fit here.