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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
London Public Library?Central Ivey Family London
The Ivey Family London Room is a research facility for genealogy and local history located on the third floor of the Central Library at 251 Dundas Street. It contains a wealth of secondary source materials on the city of London and the counties of El...

Labatt Brewery Tours
Labatt has been shaped by more than 160 years of brewing excellence. Since 1847, the company has never lost sight of the fact that it?s in business to serve its customers and consumers. By continually finding innovative ways to enhance the consumer e...

East Park, Intencity and Wally World
Well-known London homebuilder, Roy James, and his partners, Moe Sifton of Sifton Properties and Brayl Copp of Copp's Build-All, along with a number of other partners, founded East Park Golf Gardens in 1963. It has grown rapidly ever since and has...

London Jazz Society
The London Jazz Society is a non-profit society based in London, Ontario Canada that promotes jazz music by presenting live concerts, jazz radio programs and promotional materials covering local, regional and international jazz related activities. Me...

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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.

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