Don't get this Canadian "Forest" city confused with London, England. It was a little village back in the day cleared out from the middle of a forest. Travel with Swoop to London where there are numerous things to do from the Royal Museum to the Grand Theatre. In almost every corner of the city, the arts are flourishing. Late in the years, London laid down its creative roots, fostering a heart and soul that produced some of the best visual and performing arts talent in Canada.
There are a couple options to get around the 10th largest city in Canada. There’s a public bus transportation system ran by London Transit Commission (TLC), hailing a taxi, calling an Uber, or biking and walk around town. There are also options to rent a car with Avis, Hertz, Enterprise or National.
There are several free things you can do in London, Ontario. At least once a month, a free jazz concert series is hosted at the Wolf Performance Hall at the London Public Library featuring a variety of jazz styles. To check when they have their shows, check their website. Get a free tour with Labatt Brewery, one of the largest breweries in Canada! A museum not to be missed is the Jet Aircraft Museum where you can see their collection of restored jets (you can book flights too) and learn more about aircraft. Lastly, the London Children’s Museum offers free entry on their TD Free Family Fun Night from 5:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. every Thursday!
Looking for a way to get to The Six? To get to Toronto from London, you can either take a 2-hour train ride with VIA Rails or take a 3-hour bus ride with Greyhound. If you decided to rent a car and drive, it should take you no longer than 2.5 hours without traffic.