Located in the heart of Southwestern Ontario, London shines with a harmonious blend of vibrant festivities, cultural treasures and serene natural havens.
Known as the “Forest City”' for its more than four million trees, London, Ontario embraces its rich culture through a tapestry of captivating events, world-class museums and lush green spaces.
From the mix of historic charm and new age technology at 100 Kellogg Lane, to the high-energy events at Budweiser Gardens, the city seamlessly marries modern entertainment with its picturesque natural landscapes.
Where is London?
Located halfway between Toronto and Detroit, London is the largest municipality in southwest Ontario. It is situated along the Thames River and nestled between Lake Huron and Lake Erie.
London connects to Toronto, Sarnia and Windsor via Highways 401 and 402. You can travel to London via bus or VIA Rail train. If you choose to fly, London International Airport is located directly in the city on the east end.
Things to do in London
Learn about beer
Visit a farmers’ market
Take a romantic stroll
Articles and itineraries
Get ideas and inspiration for your next trip.
Points of interest
Discover more highlights this city has to offer.
Last updated: November 21, 2023