St. Marys is a town in Southwestern Ontario, located between Stratford and London. It is known as the "stone town" for its large number of limestone buildings.
St. Marys is near Highway 7 southwest of Stratford. If coming from the east (Stratford and beyond), turn right on Perth Road 9. If coming from the west, turn left on either Perth Road 123 or Perth Road 120A.
VIA Rail's Toronto-to-Sarnia train stops in St. Marys.
- Canadian Baseball Hall of Fame, 386 Church St. S., .
- St. Marys Junction Railway Station. This stone station is the only original Grand Trunk station in Southwestern Ontario. Although a National Historic Site, the station had been fenced off and neglected for a long time but is now slowly being restored.
- St. Marys Museum, 177 Church St. S., ☎ 519-284-3556, . This museum illustrates the history of St. Marys.
- Grand Trunk Trail. A 3.2 kilometre long paved trail, converted from an abandoned railway. The railway bridge over the Thames River is beautiful. The trail leads to the St. Marys Junction Railway Station.
- Riverview Walkway. A paved trail that runs alongside the river. Beautiful views of the river on the one side and industrial remnants of the other.
- St. Mary's Quarry, Water St. S.. This former quarry has been transformed into an outdoor spring-fed swimming pool, the largest such in Canada.
- Stone Willow Inn, 940 Queen St. E, ☎ 519-284-4140, . checkin: 3:00 pm; checkout: 11:00 am. Satisfying all the needs of the modern traveller, this warm country inn can be your home away from home. Spacious rooms, free wireless Internet and luxurious "Willow wonderful" bedding. Group rates; golf packages .