There is no single overriding attraction drawing visitors to London, Ontario. Although London has long been known as “The Forest City”, it’s a pretty sure bet they don’t come here for the trees. Instead, visitors come because of the impressive panoply of attractions, events and institutions that the city has to offer, year-round.
London is home to one of the finest universities in the country, Western University, and some incredible health services, including the University Hospital. It’s a hotbed of sporting activities, arts, entertainment, festivals and food. There are unique “villages” in the heart of the city, like Richmond Row and Wortley Village, plus historic communities on the fringes, such as Arva and Byron.
And when visitors come here for a London Knights’ hockey game, a Western homecoming, or a concert at the Aeolian Hall, they find a terrific variety of highly-rated and cozy hotels available to them.