Places to stay in St Thomas, Ontario
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Saint Thomas is a city in southern Ontario, settled in 1810 and gained its city charter on March 4, 1881. It is home to the The Elgin County Railway Museum and has a number of wonderfull backroad drives, unique dining experiences, lavendar and honey farms, apple orchards, sandy beaches, historic sites, art galleries one-of-a-kind shops and more. Local restaurants include New Sarum Diner, Harry's Charcoal Broiled, Mr Sub, and Taco Bell.
Wondering where to stay? Visitors have access to a number of hotels in the city, though there are a few nearby Bed and Breakfasts. If you are travelling in the area, St Thomas is located close to Battle Hill Creek, Sanders Pond, Plum Point, Kintore and Oxford Park.
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- Longitude: -81°10'57.549
- Latitude: 42°46'39.797
Things to see and do
Located at 720 Proudfoot Lane. South-Western Ontario's Entertainment Centre for all ages featuring bowling, 18-hole mini golf, 40-Foot Rock Wall, High Ropes Sky Trail, Billiards and On-Site Dairy Queen
Located at 240 Wharncliffe Road South. 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!
Empire Wellington 8 Cinemas
Located at 983 Wellington Road, South. Movie Line: (519) 685-2529 This location offers: Dolby Digital Sound Automated Box Office Empire Events Empire Party Kids Digital Projection (Select Titles) Digital 3D (Select Titles)
The Oaks Golf & Country Club
Located at 1552 Gideon. The Oaks opened in 1993 as a par 72 championship course built on the sandy banks and bluffs above the Thames river valley near Delaware, Ontario. Its 150 acres occupy an ideal site for golf, offering unusually mixed topography with excellent grass-growing conditions.
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