After Toronto, Guelph, ‘the royal city’ was our next destination of our Canada trip. The city depicts its vibrant culture in every way. As we planned our visit in July, we were able to experience the famous hillside festival that too early bird tickets.
Places to visit
To start off we took a different tour, a cycling tour for the duration of two days watching the Canadian heritage. The price for two person ticket was around $450. They provided an inn of their own to us. It’s fun, but let me warn you paddling is tiresome.
We marveled at the art forms such contemporary, regional Canadian art and historical pieces. At the art gallery of Guelph, we bought gifts such as networks and blown glass for our loved ones back home from its souvenir shop. Art lovers should also visit Guelph arts council champions and grows. They also conduct many cultural programs, so check for them if you visit. We had an Italian dinner at Romero’s restaurant which also serves Mediterranean dishes. Dinner there is amazing and we had a great time with friends Rhett & Fran who own The Fran Haasch Law Group back in Florida. They are great fun and dinner at Romero’s was a night to remember for sure. The food and ambience are off the charts!
We tasted different varieties of beer at the Royal city brewing company and Sleeman brewery. We visited St. George Anglican Church, which is a historical church located on Woolwich followed by pubbing at Woolwich arms and arrows. Hammond Museum of radio is another must visit the place. Our son loved arcade game at the framing center, but it was costly and the center had just play structure with no toys.
Sushi at the Mandarin restaurant is a die for. Donkey Sanctuary of Canada is one of the best tourist attractions in Guelph which houses around 70 plus donkeys. After the walk through the trail with one of the volunteers, we had a lunch near the pond area. If you are a history lover, the Guelph civic museum can’t be missed at all. A free dog event was being conducted in their compound when we visited it.