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London, ON Event Planning

Key Highlights

Hotels 29
Total Sleeping Rooms 14,500
Committable Sleeping Rooms* 1,450
Committable Meeting Rooms* 93
Convention Center Space 70,000 Sq. Ft.
Largest Exhibit Space 33,033 Sq. Ft.
Largest Ballroom 8,676 Sq. Ft.
Average Hotel Room Rate CAD $126
Average Daily Meal Cost CAD $103
Average Weekly Car Rental CAD $352
*Maximum for a single hotel

London, ON Things to Do and Attractions

Clovermead Bees & Honey

With over 24 million bees on the premises, Clovermead Bees and Honey has created quite a buzz around town. Guests can explore the Clovermead settlement's heritage buildings, fields of wildflowers, and attractions such as the largest glass display

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Elgin County Railway Museum

Located a short drive from London in St. Thomas, the Elgin County Railway Museum explores the power and history behind the locomotive and how it changed life across the country. Known as the Railway Capital of Canada, St. Thomas has seen a total of

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London Regional Children's Museum

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At a time when children's museums did not exist in Canada, Carol Johnston decided to change this fact. After a trip to the children's museum in Boston, Johnston founded the London Regional Children's Museum in 1982. Today, over 100,000 visitors

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Museum London

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The name of this attraction is not a typo; the intended placement of "museum" before "London" emphasizes its first and foremost purpose as a multi-faceted museum. Guests can explore both historical and contemporary art at exhibits such as Early

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Club Mansion

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Sleek and chic, Mansion has become a staple on the urban hipster scene in London. With plush seating, red velvet-backed walls, and pink-hued back lighting, Mansion is bringing the type of sophisticated venue generally seen in large metropolitan areas

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Covent Garden Market

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Since opening its doors the first time in 1845, Covent Garden Market has remained one of the city's most unique and popular landmarks. What began as a farmers' market today continues the tradition of selling farm-fresh foods, meats, cheeses and

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Double Decker Sightseeing Tours

During the summer months, London visitors can see the city from aboard a red double decker bus, an icon of London's namesake city in the United Kingdom. Guests get an insider's view of the city's history and most popular landmarks from the

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Eldon House

Built in 1834, Eldon House is London's oldest residence. Formerly owned by Captain John and Amelia Harris, the house is virtually unaltered from its original state, providing a unique and rare opportunity to explore the life and culture of London in

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Labatt Brewery Tour

Founded over 160 years ago by John Kinder, the Labatt Brewery on Simcoe Street produces over one billion bottles of beer each year. Labatt now brews over 60 different brands of beer, including Labatt Blue, the best-selling Canadian beer in the world.

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Sunfest

London's famous Sunfest first took place in 1995 and has since grown into Canada's premiere celebration of global arts; in fact, it was named one of the Top 100 Ontario Festivals by Festivals & Events Ontario. Every July, over 200,000 guests converge

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The Grand Theatre

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Opening its doors in 1901 as the Grand Opera House, the Grand Theatre has grown into a cultural leader in southern Ontario. Currently one of only nine Category A theaters in Canada, the Grand Theatre offers patrons everything from wholesome family

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The Honest Lawyer

The impressive selection of international draughts is one of the reasons the classic pub-style Honest Lawyer is so popular in London. The pub offers 25 different labels on tap, from domestic Blue and Blue Light to premium choices of Moosehead,

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The Oxford Arms

With plenty of wood accents, a roaring fireplace and numerous free-flowing taps, the Oxford Arms is reminiscent of the traditional English pubs scattered throughout London, England; in fact, owners Robert and Claire Dunn have several successful pub

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The Palace Theatre

The Palace Theatre opened in 1929 to the rave review as "one of the finest and most complete establishments of its kind in the whole of Canada." Its neo-classic design featured a gold and brown ceiling with opaque glass chandeliers. Renovations took

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Aroma

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In the heart of London's entertainment district, this unique and elegant Mediterranean restaurant offers an alternative to traditional fare with its imaginative dishes from Portugal, Spain, Italy, France and North America. The restaurant's ambiance

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Auberge du Petit Prince

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The Auberge du Petit Prince invites guests to take an exquisite culinary journey to France from inside its French-style manor on King Street. Diners take a seat in one of its various dining rooms designed to represent regions and cities in France,

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Michael's on the Thames

From its warm stone fireplace, views of the Thames River and subtle oak dcor, Michael's on the Thames invites guests to enjoy a relaxing, upscale night of dining. As the sounds of talented pianists at the Baby Grand waft through the air, diners enjoy

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Volker's on Hyde Park

An elegant Victorian structure, Volker's on Hyde Park was once home to one of the city's most prominent families. Well-reputed Chef /Owner Volker Jendhoff brings his nearly three decades of experience to the restaurant's menu of impeccably prepared

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Waldo's on King

Modern lines, smooth woods and a spacious interior create the perfect space to sit back and savor a glass of wine at this bistro and wine bar. Tantalizing entrees include grilled pork tenderloin medallions with wild mushroom sauce, beef tenderloin

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Adventures in Wonderland

Kids and adults alike can find something to enjoy at Adventures in Wonderland, self-described as "London's favorite place to play." The attraction features seven different adventure areas including Jungle Climbers, London's largest soft play

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East Park

The 100-acre East Park offers attractions for the entire family to enjoy. For over 40 years, East Park has featured indoor and outdoor attractions, such as a miniature golf course, batting cages, bumper cars and a 12-meter-high rock climbing wall.

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Fanshawe Pioneer Village

More than 30 replica and original heritage buildings from around southern Ontario together create the 46-acre Fanshawe Pioneer Village. The various restored buildings offer visitors a glimpse into life in the 1800s. Guests can tour a replica of an

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Spikes

Spikes is a volleyball and rock climbing indoor center perfect for guests looking to stay active even when the temperatures are dropping. Visitors can bump, set and spike their way to victory on one of three tournament sand volleyball courts, or flex

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Storybook Gardens

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A favorite with families in southern Ontario since 1958, Storybook Gardens brings imagination to life with its 54 storybook-related attractions. The gardens feature games, play areas and more scattered amongst its eight "chapter" exhibits. Old

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Bellamere Winery

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Set on an idyllic 67-acre compound of orchards, vineyards and farmland, Bellamere Winery offers a welcome respite from the hustle and bustle of the city. For over 23 years, Bellamere has been producing award-winning wines on its expansive country

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Dowding Water Gardens

At six acres, the spectacular Dowding Water Gardens have over 124,900 liters of water flowing through its majestic ponds. Guests can explore 35 different varieties of pond and tropical plants at the greenhouse or marvel at the various water features

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Springbank Park

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At 300 acres, Springbank Park is the largest park in London. On 30 kilometers of trails, visitors find everything from naturally wooded areas to perfectly manicured formal gardens. One of the city's most popular spots for runners and roller bladers,

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