Welcome To Labatt Memorial Park

For thousands of years, the Forks of the Thames has been a significant location in this area for trading, growing crops and meeting. It wasn't until 1877 that the site became a baseball field, but that is exactly what it has remained to this day. Originally named "Tecumseh Park", the park was later renamed to its current title "Labatt Memorial Park" and has since been the home of many different teams, leagues, events and even a number of different sports. Over the years, the park has hosted some of baseball's most legendary players including Ty Cobb, Satchel Paige and Fergie Jenkins.

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A piece of Baseball History

Book a guided tour to experience one of Southwestern Ontario's most unique sport attractions and learn more about the 147-year-old history of this baseball gem. Don't miss your chance to step foot on this historic field, enter the original 1937 Roy McKay Clubhouse and view artifacts that help to tell the story of the park!

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Tour Information

Your guided tour will include the following:

  • Approximately 60 minutes venue tour including grand stand, dugout, press box and brief outfield access. Feel free to bring your own glove and ball and play a bit of catch!
  • Storytelling and other interesting facts around baseball in London, the London Majors and notable players and events that have occurred at Labatt Park.
  • Access into the original 1937 built Roy McKay Clubhouse to view historic baseball artifacts.


  • $10 for Adults
  • $8 for Seniors and Children ages 6 - 12
  • Children 6 and under are free.

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Subsidies are available for City of London residents.
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Fergie comes home

On July 29, 2022, Hall of Fame pitcher Fergie Jenkins was invited to Labatt Park to take a tour of the World's oldest baseball grounds, a park that he called home when he pitched for the London Majors in 1984. Watch the video to hear more about the park from this baseball legend.

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Did You Know

That Labatt Memorial Park was given the designation of the World's Oldest Continually Operating Baseball Grounds by the Guinness World Records since the park was established in 1878 and host baseball games to the present day.

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Please Note

    • Tours for the 2024 season will be offered Wednesday – Sunday, beginning June 5th and ending August 31st. On-field and dugout access may not be available for Saturday and Sunday tours. This is subject to field availability, based on scheduling of the park.
    • Tours MUST be pre-booked at least 24 hours in advance to allow for proper scheduling. Walk up tours will not be accepted.
    • For group bookings, please contact us directly as we are happy to accommodate larger groups and special requests as best we can.
    • With the majority of the tour taking place outdoors, weather can play a factor. The tour will take place rain or shine, but cancelled if the conditions become unsafe. In this situation, attendees will be contacted to reschedule a tour on a different date.
    • Access to the grandstands and clubhouse are wheelchair accessible however, some portions of the tour require travel on grass and gravel. Please contact us directly in advance of your tour if you have any accessibility concerns.
    • If you have any additional questions or require further information, please email labattinfo@londonheritage.ca.

Southwestern Ontario baseball heritage pass

Labatt Park is proud to be included in the Southwestern Ontario Baseball Heritage Pass. This pass provides a unique opportunity to explore three amazing baseball heritage attractions across Southwestern Ontario with one ticket.

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Directions & Parking

Labatt Memorial Park

25 Wilson Ave
London, ON N6H 1X2
*Free parking is available on-site.

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Getting to London

  • Highway

    London is located off Highways 401 and 402, making it easily accessible across the province.

  • Train

    VIA Rail has a station in downtown London, located within walking distance to Labatt Memorial Park.

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  • Air

    The London International Airport (YXU) is an international airport located only 20 minutes from downtown London.

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Artifact Donation

Do you have an object you would like to donate to the Labatt Memorial Park Collection? If so we would love to hear from you!

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Visiting London?

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London Majors baseball club

While in town for a tour why not attend a London Majors game? Please visit their website to view their game schedule, merchandise and ticket purchase information.

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