Take a walk down London's oldest street in its new incarnation as Dundas Place. Discover hidden sculptures, new murals, art deco carvings, the cupola that returned, a literary gargoyle, and the story of our most famous engineering calamity.


  • Walks run twice each Saturday: 10:30 am to 11:30 am, and 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm
  • Cost:  $10 per person early bird rate by 4:00 pm Monday the week of your walk, $15 per person after Monday night the week of your walk
  • Each ticket comes with $10 in Downtown Dollars, use them like cash at participating businesses
  • Pre-registration required. Space is limited. Meet at the Museum rain or shine.
  • Gather outside Museum London's front doors while we remain closed to the public.
  • No refunds, walks run rain or shine
  • COVID-19 protocols to follow public health guidelines including limited tour capacity


Walks will follow public health guidelines as they change according to the Ontario provincial Roadmap to Reopening.  To ensure your safety and that of our guides 

  • Capacity will be limited to allow for physical distancing
  • Mask wearing is recommended where physical distancing is not possible
  • Guides will have voice amplification to assist with distanced hearing
  • Communications will be sent prior to your walk to advise of any protocol updates 
  • Self-assessment checklists will be provided in advance for registrants

Image: Dundas Street looking east from Talbot Street, about 1871-5. Ivey Family London Room, London Public Library, London, Ontario, Canada