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For those who love London & love local.
Erected in 1875, Blackfriars Bridge is one of the oldest and rarest bridges in Canada. The bridge spans the north branch of the Thames River, connecting Ridout Street to Blackfriars Street. It also provides pedestrians and cyclists a connection between segments of the Thames Valley Parkway located along the banks of the river.
Virtually unchanged since the nineteenth century, Eldon House is London’s oldest remaining residence which contains family heirlooms, furnishings and priceless treasures of the Harris family and is surrounded by a beautiful 19th-century style garden. Access to Harris Park and downtown amenities are a great appeal for your visit.
Fanshawe Pioneer Village is an early example of the museum type known as a “Pioneer Vill...
The Birthplace of Insulin
Birthplace of the Canadian Infantry located at Wolseley Barracks.
Samuel Peters Junior was London’s first city engineer and its first resident professional architect, who was largely responsible for the layout and appearance of the early city. He designed the Covent Garden Market building and the Tecumseh House hotel.
Woodland Cemetery opened as a park-style cemetery in 1879. Explore London's history here!
On Elsie Perrin’s marriage to Dr. Hadley Williams, in 1903, her father gave “Windermere” to them as a wedding present.
London, Ontario to London, Ontario
Heritage Houses, Forts and Museums of Niagara
Niagara-on-the-Lake, Ontario 4 places
Visit the fascinating heritage homes and museums of the Niagara Region!
Heritage Houses of Ontario
Hamilton, Ontario 9 places
Heritage houses and museums have the ability to let us walk back in time.
Eight inspiring historical gardens across Canada
British Columbia to Wallace, Nova Scotia 8 places
Eight inspiring historical gardens across Canada.
Perkins House Museum
Shelburne, Nova Scotia 1 place
This colonial gem, built in 1766 is a must see while visiting Liverpool.