With cultural events, award-winning festivals and stunning public spaces, there is always something new to experience in Guelph. Take advantage of these opportunities that lay just outside the door of your Guelph apartment. To ensure residents get a healthy dose of culture, our preferred property management company, Williams and McDaniel, has put together some venues that offer a unique cultural experience.
Drop by to enjoy skating, free outdoor movies, concerts and performances at Guelph’s Market Square. Located in downtown Guelph, this public square offers up the perfect place for visitors and the community to gather for events. In the summertime the market is home to free outdoor movies and dances, as well as a variety of other events. Located at 1 Carden Street and 52 Norfolk Street, Market Square and the Guelph Civic Museum are less than 10 minutes away from the Sovereign Apartments, Cherryblossom Apartments, Maplewood Apartments, Juniper Apartments and Executive Suites.
Guelph Civic Museum
Home to a large collection of artefacts, photographs, books and archival material that dates back to Guelph’s founding in 1827, Guelph Civic Museum is bursting with culture and history. Explore Guelph’s beginnings through public programs, event, exhibits and collections. Guelph residents have generously donated many of the items you’ll see housed in the museum and featured in exhibits. The museum has two galleries and the first floor is devoted to the Rogers Yahoo! Hi-Speed Internet Growing Up in Guelph Children’s Museum. The museum located at 52 Norfolk Street is a less than five minutes away from the Belle Ayre Apartments, Regency Court Kathleen Apartments and Regency Court Speedvale Apartments and less than 10 minutes from the Kortight Apartments and Sienna Apartments.
River Run Centre
Designed to house concerts, musicals, family shows and much more, the River Run Centre is Guelph’s signature performing arts centre. Situated in downtown Guelph, the centre overlooks the picturesque Speed River where the city was founded. Many volunteers were involved in building this centre and continue to play vital roles of tour guides, hosts and ushers. For those who are interested in what shows and performances are coming up at the centre, visit the centre’s ‘What’s On’ page to find out more. Located on 35 Woolwich Street, the performing arts centre is a four-minute drive from the Driftwood Apartments, Diplomat Apartments and Pioneer Apartments and a five-minute drive from the Inverness Apartments, Park Towers Apartments and Terrace Towers Apartments.
Make sure you take advantage of Guelph’s cultural opportunities by visiting one or all of these venues. For those who are looking to rent, Williams and McDaniel’s Guelph apartments offer an escape from the big city and easy access to exciting, new places to explore.