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Come to Stratford early and stay late! Construction delays may be significant in summer 2019 so be sure not to miss out on any fun!

Hwy 7: Adding a round-about at Line 26 between Stratford and St. Marys/London/401 W

Exits from this roundabout to Line 26 are now closed. This first phase of construction should not significantly affect through traffic on Hwy 7; however, from July 2nd until October, the roundabout will be closed to all traffic. Detours will be signposted, and drivers should allow extra time to follow them.

Hwy 6 to Embro/401: Replacement of large culvert Aug-Nov

Expect delays but road will not be closed. Hwy 7 detour is suggested as above, if there is an overlap.

Hwy 8 between Stratford and Shakespeare: In progress

Beginning in early June, stretches of this road between the west end of Shakespeare and the east end of Stratford will be reduced on weekdays to a single lane, with flag people controlling traffic in both directions. Delays may be lengthy, so please allow additional time for your trip. (Both lanes are expected to be open on evenings and weekends.)

 

Town of St. Marys

Downtown St. Marys south of Stratford
St. Marys Visitor Information
Monday to Friday, 8:30 am to 4:30 pm
Town Hall (Lower level Church Street entrance), 175 Queen Street East, St. Marys  
Tel. 519 284-2340   Toll. 800-769-7668
tourism@town.stmarys.on.ca          
www.townofstmarys.com              
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St. Marys was first settled in the early 1840s on the banks of the Thames River and Trout Creek. Here, the water of the river fell over a series of limestone ledges, creating “Little Falls,” an early nickname for the town. The falls provided power for the pioneer mills to make flour from grain grown in the surrounding fertile farmland. The limestone was an early
source of building materials for the community.

St. Marys is now home to about 7000 residents, elegant heritage buildings, an eclectic mix of downtown stores and a vibrant community spirit. Attractions for visitors and residents alike include Canada’s largest freshwater swimming pool (the Quarry), the Canadian Baseball Hall of Fame and and Museum and the St. Marys Museum.

Learn more about the Town of St. Marys.

Highlights 

St. Marys Museum

St. Marys Musuem and Archives
Discover the history of our area, attend a special event or enjoy an informative seminar.

Canadian Baseball Hall of Fame

Canadian Baseball Hall of Fame
and Museum (seasonal)

Explore the history of
Canadian baseball.

St. Marys Opera House

Heritage and historic landmarks
Enjoy St. Marys' beautiful, limestone buildings.

St, Marys festive lights south of Stratford

Festive Outdoor Light Display
Annual November to January

 

St. Marys Quarry south of Stratford

Two unique swimming pools
Dive into our indoor Aquatics Centre (year-round) or outdoor Quarry (seasonal).

Trails in St. Marys south of Stratford

Three scenic walking trails
Take a scenic stroll on the Loop Trail, Grand Trunk Trail or 
Riverview Walkway.

How to find us

“Stratford itself is the type of walkable wholesome town Rodgers and Hammerstein might write a musical about.”

- Amy Alipio, Associate Editor, National Geographic Traveler

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