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  • Practical Information

    »London Convention Centre

    Catering to the needs of the event organizers and its clients, London Convention Centre is one of the preferred choices for variety of functions ranging from corporate seminars, trade fairs to wedding parties. For details, check website.

    300 York Street
    London, ON N6B 1P8

    »London Club

    After a stressful and hectic week, patrons look forward to unwind at the London Club. This premiere private club is an integral and important part of the city's history. For details, check website.

    177 Queens Avenue
    London, ON N6A 1J1

    »Alumni Hall

    Alumni Hall of the University of Western Ontario is a domineering building that houses classrooms, lecture halls and so forth. For details, call ahead.

    Lambton Drive
    London, ON N6A 5B9

    »University of Western Ontario

    A public university located in London, University of Western Ontario is a renowned institution for imparting knowledge in various fields of education. It offers high-level graduate and post-graduate courses which attracts students from all over the globe. The campus is large and beautiful and provides various research facilities. Check their website for more details.

    1151 Richmond Street
    London, ON N6A 3K7

    »Old St. Thomas Church

    Formerly, the St. Thomas Anglican Church, the Old St. Thomas Church is a beautiful landmark. This church has adapted the Gothic Revival style of architecture, and also has a cemetery that is the final resting place of prominent personalities like Judge Hugh Richardson, Octavius Wallace and so forth.

    55 Walnut Street
    St. Thomas, ON N5R 2Y7

    »St. Thomas

    First settled in 1810 on the junction of two historic roads, St. Thomas gained the city status in 1881. A metropolitan city of Ontario, it is rich in history and culture. Visit the Elgin County Railway Museum to get the history of origin of railway in the city or explore one of the popular markets of the state, Horton Farmers' Market. The city also has scenic and picturesque parks like Pinafore and Waterworks Parks on offer.

    St. Thomas
    St. Thomas, ON N5P 3V7
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