Programs + Events

Advanced tickets are sold out! You can still get tickets at the door on Friday, October 31 beginning at 8:45 pm. There are 100 tickets available and it's first-come, first-served. Watch actor Chris McAuley portray as Peel's rise in the Paris art scene, his family life, and artistic beliefs on Sunday, November 16

Fright Night 5

  • Friday, October 31, 9:00 pm
  • 19+ ID Required
  • Cost: $25 at the door

Advanced tickets ‬ are sold out! You can still get tickets at the door on Friday, October 31 beginning at 8:45 pm. There are 100 tickets available and it's first-come, first-served.

Get your scare on at Fright Night 5 -- London’s biggest Halloween bash! Ghoulish guests are in for a delightfully frightful evening of live music, fully-stocked candy bar, art-making, costume contest, and a photo booth by Studio Kuefner! Missing the party would be a grave mistake.


Exhibition Tour of The Peel Family: A Family Affair, followed by Live Performance

  • Sunday, November 16, 1:00 pm
  • Ivey South Gallery
  • Admission is free

Curator of Regional History Amber Lloydlangston highlights London’s own Paul Peel and his artistic family, including his father John Robert Peel and sister Mildred. Following the tour, actor Chris McAuley performs a monologue derived from the recent theatrical play Grey Days Preferable: A Portrait of Paul Peel. McAuley provides a vibrant portrait of the artist by exploring Peel’s rise in the Paris art scene, his family life, and artistic beliefs.


Third Thursday with LondonFUSE

  • November 20, 7:00 pm
  • 19+ ID Required
  • Cost: $10 in advance | $15 at the door

Register Online

Embrace London's culture in this one-of-a-kind event. Plan to move to the music and experience interactive artmaking. We’ll also have a cash bar. Follow updates on Twitter with #3rdThur.

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Exhibition Tour of The Life and Times of William Lees Judson

  • Sunday, December 7, 1:00 pm
  • Forum Gallery
  • Admission is free

Curator of Regional History Amber Lloydlangston shares the life and times of William Lees Judson, who came to London from England, but later travelled widely to the United States and Europe in pursuit of his craft. One of Canada’s leading art instructors, Judson taught Paul Peel. After pursuing further studies at the Julian Academy in Paris, he travelled to Chicago and Pasadena before settling in Los Angeles as an instructor in the art department at the University of Southern California, where he later became Dean.


Tours

Organize a unique outing for your association, employee social committee or friends. Groups of ten or more can enjoy the exclusive private guided tour at Museum London.

To book your group visit and/or tour of ten people or more, we require notification two weeks in advance by calling 519-661-0333.

Cost: $10 per adult; $8 per senior; $4.00 for those 14 years old and under.

For secondary and elementary school tours, please visit School Programs.


Sunday Tours

Meet a tour guide every Sunday at 2:00 pm at the reception desk for a free tour of our exhibitions. Ask questions and engage in discussion.

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