Choosing Middlesex London

London is a UNESCO City of Music with over 55 live music venues. Enjoy intimate performances at Wolfe Performance Hall and Aeolian Hall or catch your favourite artist when their tour stops at Budweiser Gardens. 

The beautiful Grand Theatre has a regular season running September through May, and Broadway in London brings the best of Broadway shows directly to London.  

Downtown London’s Victoria Park is home to year-round festivals celebrating culture, music, and culinary delights. It transforms into a winter wonderland each year to bring the community together. 

Catch a game and cheer on London’s professional sports teams, including the London Knights hockey team, London Lightning Basketball, London Majors baseball team, and the Forest City London Soccer Club. 

London is commonly referred to as “The Forest City,” with over four million trees. This canopy provides a beautiful backdrop for hikes and bike rides along the many urban paths and the Thames Valley Parkway, 43 km of paved path crossing the city.  

Cycle through Middlesex County farmland and take a lunch break in one of the towns on your route. 

Bring the family camping at one of the many provincial parks, including Fanshawe Conservation Area and take a paddle down the Thames River.  

Middlesex London is half-way between Toronto & Detroit! This allows for easy access to Toronto Pearson International Airport, Toronto Billy Bishop Airport, Detroit Metropolitan Wayne County Airport, in addition to London International Airport, connecting you to the world. 

Enjoy day trips to beaches and cottages along two of the Great Lakes (Lake Huron and Lake Erie) or take a quick trip to Niagara Falls or Toronto.  

Learn more by visiting: LEDC, Tourism London, City of London, County of Middlesex.

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