Escape Canada is located at 36 York Street in downtown London, Ontario. There are many things to do within walking distance of our Escape Rooms. Here are some suggestions so you can plan to spend your whole day or evening in downtown London:
Start with our Escape Rooms
Use your intuition and problem-solving skills to escape from a locked room in this real-life escape game. Gather a team of friends and work together as you discover clues, solve puzzles, and find your way out within 60 minutes. Each escape room has a different story and theme, making them a fun, exciting, and challenging way to spend time. After your daring escape, check out some of these other great local attractions.
Restaurants & Cafes
Early Bird Cafe
Downtown London has a great variety of restaurants to cater to all kinds of food preferences. The Early Bird Café, is just around the corner, and has a fun and unique vibe and is known for their chicken and waffles breakfast and their salads.
Fire Roaster Coffee Company
The Fire Roasted Coffee Company is the place to stop for a pleasant atmosphere, good coffee, and tasty baked goods.
Michaels on the Thames
For a special celebration or for those looking for a more refined night out, consider Michaels on the Thames. They have lovely ambiance and excellent Canadian and International food.
Wich is Wich
Fresh and creative sandwich options await you at Wich is Wich, a great place to stop for a tasty lunch.
If you are looking for a great venue for entertainment and sporting events, Budweiser Gardens is the place to go. It hosts a variety of options that for families or groups of friends including basketball and hockey games, concerts, and special performances like Disney on Ice.
Covent Market is the place for people who enjoy shopping; this indoor market draws visitors with its delicious smells and unusual sights. Browse the collection of items to discover some unique finds, savor the variety of food options, or sit and have a cup of coffee.
Located in downtown London, the Grand Theatre is a beautiful historic building offering live stage performances. All the seats provide good views of the shows, which range from “The Wizard of Oz” to “The Buddy Holly Show.”
The lovely Museum London displays over 70 years of area history through art exhibits by a diverse group of local, regional, and national artists.
The Fork of the Thames/ Ivey Park
Fork of the Thames, also known as Ivey Park, is tucked away off the beaten path and offers views of the Thames river and iconic fountain, a playground, splash pad and an area for skateboarding. This is a great place to jump on the multi-use paths that wind their way throughout the city.
Victoria Park is a wonderful place to relax and enjoy a quiet evening or a celebration with family and friends, and it hosts an event or festival nearly every weekend in the summertime.
Whether you live in London or are just coming to visit, there are several fun and interesting options to explore from challenging an escape game to strolling through parks or grabbing a bite to eat. There is always something interesting happening in downtown London Ontario.