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Spread over 18 acres (7.3 hectares) of land, the Victoria Park is well known as a major hub where several community events are conducted. The park also features the historical background of the renowned people of London and it also features some soft furry animals like squirrels. The park is a great place for recreation where one can take a historical walk, enjoy the beauty of natural surrounding, click pictures along the way and also feed the animals. Several events are conducted here.
The St. Paul's Cathedral is a beautiful structure that is nestled within the downtown area of London. It welcomes everyone with open arms sans any discrimination and strives to bring the entire community together. For more details, check website.
The St. Peter's Cathedral Basilica is a historical and religious landmark that dates back to the 1800s era. This cathedral continues to serve the community and spread the message of love and peace. For more details, check website.
London Muslim Mosque is a place of worship for Muslims. Many Muslims from UK drop by at this mosque to do so.
Enjoy fishing, rowing, camping, swimming, hiking and biking at Fanshawe Lake. This man-made lake gets its supply of water from river Thames and the Fanshawe Dam. It is a well-known rowing site and variety of boat races take place here. This lake also serves as a training center to the women's national rowing team.
The Boler Mountain is a great place to enjoy skiing and other winter sports. Home to the London Ski Club, it offers plethora of exciting activities that includes skiing, snowboarding, snow tubing, mountain biking and much more. For complete details, check website.
Established in 2005, the North America Railway Hall of Fame strives to preserve and protect the history pertaining to railway transportation. Everything that has made a significant contribution in the field of railway transport gets honored at the hall of fame. Be it structures, people, events, technical innovations, railway art forms, rolling stock, trains or inventions; everything has a place here. The beautiful facility where this is hall of fame is housed is also available as a rental space. Perfect for intimate weddings and private parties, this gorgeous facility has a Victorian feel to it.
Located along the Iona Road, the remains of the Southwold Earthworks were occupied by the Neutral people of the village from 1450 to 1550 AD. The village is surrounded by double oval rings of raised earthworks. Through archaeological investigations in 1935, which was the period of the Great Depression, as well as in 1976, it was revealed that Southwald was primarily an enclosed ceremonial site, the palisade maintaining privacy of the activities taking place within the village. An interesting find, this place is a great attraction.