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London Neighbourhood Histories Audio Tours

Get to know your neighbourhood a little bit better with our new London Neighbourhood Histories audio tours! Building off of our popular London Neighbourhood Histories...

London Neighbourhood Histories: Old, Old North

Home to many of the city’s foundational institutions, London’s Old North neighbourhood features some of the Forest City's grandest homes and some fascinating history.  Old...

London Neighbourhood Histories: Midtown’s Heart and Soul

Home to many social services, artistic ventures, and educational hubs, Midtown has always been more than just a stop on the way downtown. Stretching from...

London Neighbourhood Histories: The Lion and the Lambeth

Situated in the southwest corner of London, ON, Lambeth is technically part of the city. However, as a fierce community resistant to London’s sprawling...

London Neighbourhood Histories: Downtown And Its Icons

It’s called “the core” for a reason. Downtown London truly is the beating heart of the city, where everything started. The adjacent Forks of the...

London Neighbourhood Histories: Building Up Byron

With its small-town feel and access to the city at large, Byron is an attractive place to live for many Londoners. Encompassing the land south...

London Public Library: A History of Branching Out

Over its 125-and-counting year history, the London Public Library served as a community space and continues that mandate. The 16 branches across London, ON provide...

London Neighbourhood Histories: White Oaks — More Than A Mall

A late addition to the Forest City, White Oaks was primarily farmland for most of the twentieth century. A part of the city’s 1961 annexation,...

London Neighbourhood Histories: Getting Outside in Oakridge

Oakridge is one of those unique neighbourhoods filled with natural and built heritage where, after people discover it, they never want to leave. Located in...

London Neighbourhood Histories: Cherryhill, Oxford Park & University Heights

A popular area for generations young and old, the neighbourhoods of Cherryhill, Oxford Park, and University Heights have long maintained a welcoming atmosphere. Indeed, one...