Things to do

Artlab Gallery
Lohn Labatt Visual Arts Centre, Western University, 1151 Richmond St. London, ON
N6A 5B7
Located in John Labatt Visual Arts Centre at Western University, the Artlab Gallery is a vital part of the Department of Visual Arts. The Gallery is focused on projects that involve and respond to social and cultural issues, primarily supporting the research and practice of students and faculty. Each year approximately 14 projects and events are presented, exploring conceptual and experimental production that includes a wide range of mediums.
While the Artlab does not accept unsolicited submissions, the Steering Committee and Department are open to projects and initiatives of all kinds that have the potential to connect the Department with the University, the City of London, the Southwestern Ontario region and beyond.
(519) 661-2111 x 85855
Call the Office
216 York St. London, ON
N6A 165
Live music venue in downtown London.
Children’s Museum
21 Wharncliffe Rd. S. London, ON
N6J 4G5
The London Children’s Museum provides children and their grown-ups with extraordinary hands-on learning experiences in a distinctly child-centred environment. Part of the London community for 40 years, the Children’s Museum is where more than 80,000 children and their families visit each year to dream and play, and gather to learn and grow.
Exhibits and stimulating learning experiences allow children to explore history and heritage, investigate the complexities of science and social relationships, and celebrate the beauty in art and culture. The Children’s Museum helps children indulge their curiosity and play their way to a life of innovation and creative discovery.
(519) 434-5726
Eldon House
481 Ridout St. N. London, ON
N6A 2P6
Virtually unchanged since the nineteenth century, Eldon House is London’s oldest residence and contains family heirlooms, furnishings and priceless treasures of the Harris Family. Eldon House is an historic site in downtown London that has been preserved and maintained since 1960 when it was donated to the City of London. It was home to four generations of the Harris family, and is an excellent example of Georgian and Regency architectural styles. Its gardens are considered among the most beautiful in the city.
(519) 661-5169
Fanshawe College
1001 Fanshawe College Blvd. London, ON
N5Y 5R6
One of Ontario’s largest colleges – with four campuses in London, Simcoe, St. Thomas and Woodstock – Fanshawe serves close to half a million people with a promise to educate, engage, empower and excite. We offer more than 200 degree, diploma, certificate and apprenticeship programs to 43,000 students each year, helping people unlock their potential and achieve success in a variety of disciplines including applied arts, business, health care, human services, hospitality and technology. Fanshawe also plays an important role in providing re-skilling and skill upgrading opportunities for mature learners through the design and delivery of custom training for federally and provincially sponsored trainees, community organizations, sectoral training councils and private sector employers in the business, health, industrial and services sectors
(519) 452-4277 or Toll Free (1-800) 717-4412
Filthy Rebena Vintage
177 Dundas Street, London, ON, N6A 1G4
Come in today to find one of a kind vintage items: we sell men’s and women’s vintage clothing, accessories, footwear, and housewares. Join the sustainable fashion movement, London!
(519) 204-0472
Hyland Cinema
240 Wharncliffe Rd S. London, ON
N6J 2L4
The Hyland Cinema will provide a wonderful venue for viewing the best art and international films in the world but it will also provide a more traditional and affordable night at the movies! The new 414-seat single screen Hyland Cinema is independently owned and operated. It is newly renovated with an excellent projection and sound system as well as a new screen. The cinema will premiere the most up-to-date releases from the Toronto, Cannes, and Sundance Film Festivals.
(519) 913-0312
London Cross Cultural Learning Center
505 Dundas St. London, ON
N6B 1W4
The London Cross Cultural Learner Centre is a community organization that exists to provide integration services and support to newcomers and to promote intercultural awareness and understanding. The London Cross Cultural Learner Centre has been operating in London since 1968. During the first 12 years, the CCLC was part of the University of Western Ontario and services focused primarily on providing education and information to the community on global and international development issues. The CCLC was the first Global Education Centre in Canada, funded through the Public Participation Program of Canadian International Development Agency (CIDA).
(519) 432-1133
London Music Hall
London Music Hall: 185 Queens Ave. London ON
Rum Runners: 178 Dundas St. London, ON
N6A 1G7
London Music Hall is a premier stop for many bands/artists as they tour through Southern Ontario. Acts such as The Arkells, The Trews, Killswitch Engage, Lee Brice, Skrillex, August Burns Red, Calvin Harris, Snoop Dogg & many more have played our venue.
(519) 432-1107
London Training Centre
Unit 110, 317 Adelaide St. S. London, ON
N5Z 3L3
London Training Centre provides innovative, effective and integrated training opportunities for people who need new skills to enjoy the dignity that comes with employment, independence and self-reliance. London Training Centre is a dynamic non-profit, social enterprise generating revenue to support quality training, skill development and employment opportunities for people.
(519) 685-4331