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Belmont Corn Maze
803 Willsie Bourne Road
London, Ontario, N0L 1B0
This 8 acre corn maze has
over 4 km of twists and turns which will surely entertain children and adults of
all ages. Picnic tables and benches are provided so you and sit back and have a
rest in between the 1st and 2nd part of the maze. After a trip through the maze,
walk toward the "Seeds of Knowledge" area where educational posters and other
items about corn are displayed.
Decker Bus Tours
391 Wellington Street
London, Ontario N6A 1H2
Tours begin June 28th until
September 6th at 10am.
Tours are 2 hours in length and depart and return from 391 Wellington Street at
Dundas. There will be one stop at Storybook Gardens which will be approximately
20 minutes (included in the admission fee).
East Park/Intencity & Wally
1275 Hamilton Road East
London, Ontario, N5W 1B1
A fun spot for kids of all
ages that is now open year round. East Park is located on 100 acres of parkland
and offers the Wally World water park, go-karts, batting cages and picnic
grounds, as well as an 18-hole golf course, minature golf, and a driving range.
Open April through October weather permitting.
In July, 2000 East Park opened. Intencity, itâ€™s new Year-round Indoor
entertainment and educational centre featuring a 40â€™ high rock climbing area,
bumper cars, kidâ€™s jungle gym, video games and a restaurant.
Fanshawe Pioneer Village
1424 Clarke Road
London, Ontario, N5X 4A1
A living history museum that
specializes in fun for children of all ages. Experience London's past and see
weavers, printmakers, blacksmiths, and farmers demonstrate their trades of the
past. See farm animals, more than 25 restored buildings and many artifacts of
Good Time Music Hall, The
Labatt Breweries Tour
150 Simcoe St
London, Ontario, N6A 4M3
It was on this same location
more than 150 years ago that John Kinder Labatt started brewing beer. It was the
beginning of a Canadian company success story so impressive that today the name
Labatt is synonymous with great tasting beer. Since the company's founding, the
Labatt Brewing Company has become an internationally renowned brewer. In 1847,
Labatt produced about a 1,000 bottles of beer a year. Tours include a Labatt
video, a guided tour of the production facilities, taste sampling, question and
answer period, and free souvenirs. Today, Labatt is part of Belgium-based
Interbrew S.A., forming the one of the largest brewing group in the world with
more than 110 countries worldwide.
Banting House National
442 Adelaide Street
North London ON N6B 3H8
Dr. Sir Frederick G. Banting
was the co-discoverer of insulin, as well as a distinguished war hero and a
Nobel Prize Laureate. The exhibits at the Banting House outline his contribution
to the discovery of insulin, his war efforts, many of his paintings and his
visit by the Queen Mother.
Guy Lombardo Music Centre and
205 Wonderland Road
South London ON N6K 3T3
The Guy Lombardo Music Centre,
established in 1984, houses artifacts and memorabilia relating to Lombardo and
his band the Royal Canadians. Among the memorabilia found here is one of
Lombardo's original recordings, as well as his famous speedboat the 'Tempo 7'.
149 Carling Street
London, Ontario, N6A 1H5
Laser Quest is live action
laser tag at its best! The game is tag, hide and seek, cops and robbers, capture
the flag and Buck Rogers all rolled into one, enhanced with modern technology.
Lickety Split Ranch
1292 Scotland Drive
London, Ontario, N6N 1L2
A family owned and operated
zoo featuring jungle cats, monkeys and much more. Approx. 40-50 species of
animals (including birds) to view. Play ground, picnic area. Come & bring a
Open May 24 weekend until Labour Day
London Museum of Archaeology
and Lawson Prehistoric Village .
Road London ON N6G 3M6
This unique museum focuses on
studying and interpreting the past 11,000 years of human life in Southwestern
Ontario. Guided tours are available. Next door to the museum is a reconstructed
Iroquoian village that is open during the summer months, visitors can observe
archaeological excavations and ask the experts questions.
London Regional Art and
421 Ridout Street
North London ON N6A 5H4
The London Regional Art and
Historical Museums provide visitors to the city with a unique blend of both
history and culture in one location. The museum is home to a collection of
artifacts, as well as historical and contemporary art. Visitors will also enjoy
London's oldest mansion, the Eldon House, which has been well preserved and
still contains many of its original furnishings.
London Regional Children's
21 Wharncliffe Road South
London Ontario N6J 4G5
At the London Regional
Children's Museum, there are three flors of hands-on, interactive experiences
designed especially for children from infants to 12 years of age. Children are
encouraged to learn about their favorite subjects through activities and play in
the 9 galleries. Little ones can dig for dinosaur bones, crawl through caves,
travel to the stars, run their own McDonalds and more. Themes are Dinosaur;
Street Where You Live; Arctic Adventure; Science in Your World; My lace in
Space; Child Long Ago; and Caves.
421 Ridout Street North
London, Ontario, N6A 5H4
Special events focused on the
visual and performing arts.
Beautiful parks and pathways
and great sports facilities exist in the Forest City. Family entertainment takes
many forms from the lively new Covent Garden Market in the heart of the downtown
to the ever-popular Storybook Gardens in Springbank Park. If you are there
during the summer months, your visit would not be complete without a Double
Decker Bus tour.
Royal Canadian Regiment Museum
Street London Ontario Canada N5Y 4T7
This museum celebrates the
achievements of Canada's oldest regular infantry. The museum has four main
areas: The Centennial Room, the War Memorial Room, A Library and Quiet Room for
reflection and prayer.
Ska-Nah-Doht Iroquoian Village
8449 Irish Drive
Mount Brydges, Ontario, N0L 1W0
Ska-Nah-Doht, a recreated
Iroquoian village of 1,000 years ago, is located in the beautiful surroundings
of Longwoods Road Conservation area and is owned and operated by the Lower
Thames Valley Conservation Authority. The name Ska-Nah-Doht is from the Oneida
language meaning "a village stands again". Although not built on an actual site,
the village is based on data collected by archaeologists and from the traditions
passed down to today's
Explore the village with its 18
outdoor exhibits. Find your way through the palisade maze. Then enter a
longhouse and imagine cooking supper in a clay pot over a roaring fire. Pretend
to grind corn into flour in a wooden mortar and pestles. The village is
wheelchair accessible, weather permitting. The Museum, located in the Longwoods
Resource Centre, offers hands-on exhibits of Iroquoian culture and displays of
artifacts from the archaeological collection.
Located in Springbank Park,
this theme park has enchanted children with its animals, displays and playground
equipment since its opening in 1958.
Wally World at East Park
1275 Hamilton Road East
London, Ontario, N5W 1B1
East Park has purchased the
heart of Wally World with the acquisition of Wally World's
55' high 5 slide tower and the wave pool generating equipment.
The 5-slide tower features 2 body flumes, 2 extreme speed slides and a tube
ride. Wally World at East Park will compliment the existing seasonal and
year-round attractions at East Park.
In addition to an 18 hole executive golf course, East Park features a driving
range, 36 holes of mini-golf, batting cages, waterslides, go-karts and a
year-round indoor facility featuring rock climbing, bumper cars, video games and
a kid's jungle gym.
Western Fair - IMAX Theatre
900 King Street
London, Ontario, N5W
Western Fair Racetrack Slots
900 King Street
London, Ontario, N5W 5K3