Jumbo The Elephant, 76 Talbot St.,  The principal claim-to-fame for St. Thomas Ontario is that it was where the famous elephant, Jumbo, met his death in 1885 after being hit by a train. You can see the statue commemorating this, and visit the caboose museum beside it to learn more.
Public Art Gallery, 301 Talbot St., Featuring local artists.
The Old English Church, Walnut Street, . Take a tour of the oldest Church in the area, it is surrounded by an eerie graveyard, and there is plenty of local lore and tales of haunting to intrigue you.
Quai du Vin Winery, just outside St Thomas, . Great place to visit - don't miss their "Reds, Whites and the Blues" Wine and Music Festival in August 2008.
Railway City Brewing Company, in downtown St.Thomas  at the corner of St.Catherines Street and Curtis Street, just behind City Hall. Brewery Tours available, with samples of our finest. Brewers of Fine Ales including our Iron Spike Blonde and Iron Spike Amber.
Port Stanley,  A 15 minute car ride from St. Thomas, Port Stanley is a quaint beachside town with plenty to do and see. Be sure to visit the legendary Mackie's restaurant, and listen to live music at the Pierside Pub or G.T.'s on The Beach!