From HWY 401 Take exit 295, Hwy 6 North, the 'Hanlon Expressway'; for downtown, exit at Wellington St., to Wyndham; for University of Guelph, exit at Stone Road, or College Road to Gordon St.
Alternatively, exit 299, Brock Rd, (or 'old Hwy 6') north through the village of Aberfoyle, becomes Gordon St at University of Guelph, to downtown Wyndham St.
From Hwy 6, Hamilton and Niagara, alternatively continue through the villages of Morriston and Aberfoyle via Brock Rd ('old Hwy 6'), or from Morriston, HWY 401 West to exit 295, Hwy 6 North the 'Hanlon Expressway'.
Highway 24 also runs through Guelph, coming from Cambridge in the West and Erin in the East.
Greyhound operates buses to/from Toronto. Guelph Bus Terminal is in on Macdonell St. in downtown Guelph
Coach Canada operates buses to/from Hamilton.
Guelph Transit operates buses around the city.
Guelph has 2 main cab comapnies: Canadian Cab (88 MacDonnell Street 519-824-3110) and Red Top Taxi (77 MacDonnell Street 519-821-1700).
Timberframe pedestrian covered bridge (Google Map). Built in 1992 by 400 Timber Framers Guild volunteers. A 120' pedestrian lattice covered bridge over the Speed River in Guelph, Ontario.
Church of Our Lady Immaculate (Google Map). 28 Norfolk Street. Stands high above the streetscape, overlooking the city of Guelph. Built of local limestone in Gothic Revival style. Construction began 1877, completed in 1926.
Downtown rep cinema The Bookshelf shows slightly more unusual movies than elsewhere and also has a cafe, restaurant, bar and bookstore in the same building.
Visit the University of Guelph Arboretum. 165 hectares (408 acres) with 8.2 km of trails.
Pubs and Bars
Guelph Lake rents canoes in the summer.