St. Marys Tourism

    Welcome to St. Marys

    Experience St. Marys, where history meets modern adventures set against the picturesque backdrop of the Thames River and Trout Creek junction.

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    Lose yourself in the music, art and charm of a small town.

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    Festivals and Events

    Whether you're looking for an exclusive experience or want to be caught up in the crowd – when it's safe to do so, of course – St. Marys has the event for you!

    Our events may have evolved but we hold dear to our traditions. Join us as we celebrate Canada Day and the holiday season with live music, food, fun and an unparalleled sense of community.

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    Getting Here

    St. Marys is centrally located between Stratford and London, Ontario, just off of Highway 7. 

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    The Canadian Baseball Hall of Fame & Museum

    A visit to the Canadian Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum will open your eyes to Canada's rich baseball history. There are hundreds of artifacts professionally displayed in the museum.

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    Town Hall and Downtown

    Experience St. Marys, where history meets modern adventures set against the picturesque backdrop of the Thames River and Trout Creek junction. You will instantly marvel at historic limestone architecture that gave this small town its nickname “The Stonetown”.


    St. Marys Golf and Country Club

    Your golfing experience will be set against beautiful scenery, pristine course conditions, and outstanding service at the St. Marys Golf and Country Club.


    St. Marys Station Gallery & Via Trail Station

    Upon learning that the St. Marys Station was likely to be demolished, the Town entered into an agreement with VIA Rail to acquire ownership of the station and assume responsibility for its maintenance. The building currently contains the Station Gallery and the studios of Cameron Porteous and Reed Needles.


    The St. Marys Quarry

    The St. Marys Quarry was formerly known as the limestone Quarry. In recent day, it has been converted to be a large fresh water swimming location making it a prime spot to visit in the warmer months.


    Museum and Archives

    The community museum and archives for the Town of St. Marys is located in a lovely heritage home sitting on a hilltop in Cadzow Park at 177 Church Street South. It was constructed from locally quarried limestone in 1854. Almost immediately, it was nicknamed the Castle in the Bush. It has been the location of the St. Marys Museum since 1959.

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    Grand Trunk Trail and Trestle

    The coming of the Grand Trunk Railway in the late 1850s spurred growth and soon St. Marys became a centre for milling, grain-trading and the manufacture of agriculture-related products. The railway connected the town to the rest of the world and framed the local landscape with its two large trestle bridges on limestone pillars across the waterways.

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