Ontario Smaller Urban Centres | OntarioTravel.net

Smaller Urban Centres

Ontario's smaller cities deliver urban amenities and small-town charm. Affordable and convenient to get around, they offer group-friendly meeting facilities, fun activities and diverse cultural attractions.

HAMILTON
Less than an hour from Toronto, Hamilton moves groups seamlessly from downtown meetings to team-building activities at the area's conservation areas or galas at the Royal Botanical Gardens or the Art Gallery of Hamilton.

KINGSTON
Grand historical architecture and a beautiful downtown waterfront highlight Ontario's oldest city. The choice of meeting space is wide, thanks to full-service conference hotels, Queen's University's lecture halls and Donald Gordon Conference Centre. Cruise the scenic 1000 Islands or tour historic Fort Henry.

LONDON
The Thames River, Covent Garden Market and double-decker bus tours reflect the British heritage of this vibrant city. Great meeting spaces include Budweiser Gardens, the London Convention Centre, Centennial Hall and IACC-approved Spencer Conference Centre.

WINDSOR
Only five minutes from Detroit, Windsor boasts a diverse array of venues capable of hosting groups, from Caesars Windsor, one of Canada’s largest casino convention resorts to the Art Gallery of Windsor. Take a day trip to Pelee Island for wine tasting or enjoy great golf.

Other unique and memorable meeting destinations include Barrie, Burlington, Cambridge, Cornwall, Guelph, Kitchener/Waterloo and Oakville.
 

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