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"Guelph Visitor & Convention Services,Travel Information

Guelph Tourism Services
42 Wyndham St. N., 1st Fl.
Guelph, ON  N1H 4E6
Phone: 1-800-334-4519
Fax: (519) 837-1527
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Founded by John Galt in 1827 and set at the junction of the Speed and Eramosa Rivers, Guelph is an attractive Ontario community.

It is particularly famous for its magnificent century-old buildings including Church of Our Lady, City Hall, the Guelph Civic Museum, and McCrae House.

Outdoor recreation opportunities are popular in Guelph's fine system of beautiful parks and river-side green spaces.

Music, art, and other cultural activities all contribute to Guelph's energetic atmosphere.

Events such as the Guelph Spring Festival, the Hillside Festival, and the Guelph Jazz Festival offer a wide variety of entertainment and attract visitors from all over North America.


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