Create Your Own DIY Sightseeing Map in London, Canada

Create your own self-guided walk to explore the city, starting from your hotel or a place of your choice. Afterwards the customized walk can be saved to your mobile phone or tablet.

Step 1: Select Attractions

Select the city attractions to be included in the custom walk by tapping "Select" button under the sight image. Maximum 15 attractions per walk.
Attic Books
Banting House (must see)
Bishop Cronyn Memorial Church
Call The Office
Convent Market
Crafts Market
David E. White Art Gallery
Dundas Street
Dundas Street Centre United Church
Eldon House (must see)
First Christian Reformed Church
First-St Andrew's United Church
Framing & Art Centre
Jonathon Bancroft-Snell Gallery (must see)
Lavish Club
London Public Library
London Regional Children's Museum (must see)
Metropolitan United Church
Michael Gibson Gallery
Molly Bloom's Irish Pub
Museum London (must see)
New St. James Presbyterian Church
Royal Canadian Regiment Museum (must see)
Saint Paul's Cathedral (must see)
Saint Peter's Cathedral Basilica (must see)
The Canadian Medical Hall of Fame
The Grand Theatre
The Innuit Gallery
Tribal Mountain Trade
Victoria Park

Step 2: Select Starting Point

The walk's starting point can be either one of the selected attractions or some other personal place of choice, e.g. your hotel or nearby metro station.
Select one*:

Place Name*:
Locate the Place*: get GPS coordinates

Step 3: Create/Update Route

The selected attractions are displayed on the map below. The red pins mark must-see attractions, green pins - ordinary attractions. If you selected a hotel or another personal place in Step 2, it is marked by a blue pin.
Tour starting point is your personal place specified in Step 2.
Indicate the tour start point by entering the map pin ID in the field below.
Starting Point*: Numeric value.

Step 4: Save Your Custom Walk

Enter a name for your custom walk, along with email address, in the fields below. You will get instructions by email for retrieving your custom walk within the GPSmyCity app. You can fine-tune the walk's route within the app by re-ordering the sights manually.
Walk Name*: