“On this hill would one day rise a church
to rival St. Peter's in Rome.” — John Galt
One of only two lattice covered bridges in Ontario is located on the
Eramosa Trail and serves as a pedestrian and cyclist crossing of the
Speed River. In 1992, 400 volunteer members of the Timber Framers
Guild erected the bridge, based on designs from the 1800s.
Between May and November, Guelph hosts five festivals celebrating arts
79 kilometres of trails
With numerous urban and off-road trails, Guelph is a haven for
recreational cycling enthusiasts of all skill levels. Bring your own
bike, or rent one when you get here.
Guelph is home to three breweries and a winery, so come enjoy a
local brew or wine at one of our many restaurants and bars.
Old Quebec Street Shoppes
The mall is designed to resemble Quebec Street, one of the first streets
named when Guelph was founded, on which the mall was built.
Its decor is influenced by the limestone and brick buildings commonly
found in downtown Guelph.
Beat the heat at one of four City of Guelph splash pads,
open all summer long and free to the public.
Welcome to the City of Guelph!
Located in the heart of Wellington County, Guelph offers visitors and residents critically-acclaimed restaurants and accommodations, entertaining and educational activities, and a wide variety of shopping. We hope to see you soon!
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