Downtown / Exhibition Park

Home Sale Averages

List: $354,627
Sold: $349,451
DOM: 35
SQFT: 1,430
Bed: 3
Bath: 1

Home Sale Ranges

List: $199,900 – $949,000
Sold: $150,000-910,000


Burns Drive Park
Bailey Park
Highview Park
Kimberley Park
Exhibition Park
CNR Spurline Park
Sunny Acres Park
Northumberland Park
Waterloo Ave Park
Priory Park
Suffolk Street Park


June Ave Public School – Elm.
Central Public School – Elm.
Victory Public School – Elm.
Our Lady of Lourdes Catholic School – Secondary
Guelph C.V.I – Secondary
Recreational Activities
The Sleeman centre
Guelph Museum
Guelph Curling Club
Splash Pad
River Run Centre
Guelph Youth Music Centre


Old Quebec St. Mall
Downtown shopping
Grocery Stores


Court House
Woodlawn Cemetery
St. Joseph Cemetery
Restaurants – Fine Dinning
Gas Stations
St. Joseph’s Hospital
Fire Hall
Senior Citizen Home
Train station
Go Station


Guelph Curling Club

  • Established in 1838 and is the second oldest curling club in all of Ontario.
  • Hosted many Ontario Curling Association Provincial Championships, including 2 Ontario Men’s Championships.
  • They host annual development camps for junior curlers across Canada and high performance elite curlers.

St. Joseph’s Hospital

  • Founded in 1861
  • Provider of resident long-term care, complex continuing care, and rehabilitation services.
  • Offer community outreach services for people who live in their own homes but need a little assistance in their day-to-day lives because of dementia-related conditions, injury, frailty, or problems associated with isolation.
  • They have 240 long-term care beds, and 91 specialty hospital beds.

Exhibition Park

  • Established in 1871, the land was purchased by the City for its annual exhibition.
  • The park included a horse race track, exhibition building and livestock sheds.
  • Later additions included a bandstand and baseball diamonds. The original stadium was built in 1925 and the arena in 1965.
  • Lots of fun activities such as baseball, hockey, skating, dances, community events etc.

St. George Square

A lively year-round destination offers a broad range of activities, experiences, and entertainment.

Old Quebec St. Mall

  • Located in the heart of downtown Guelph, Old Quebec Street offers a wide range of retail stores, restaurants, a medical centre, salons and office suites.
  • Beautiful skylight roof shopping experience, with exposed brick and historic atmosphere.
  • Was built originally in 1984 and was called the Eaton Centre, The back wall of the Eaton’s store was torn down, and the space was rebuilt as the Sleeman Centre. The remaining portion of the Eaton Centre became The Old Quebec Street Mall, which opened in 2003.

Sleeman Centre

The Sleeman Centre (formerly the Guelph Sports and Entertainment Centre) is a 4,715 seat multi-purpose facility. The Sleeman Centre has hosted concerts, sporting and family events as well as trade shows and conferences. The arena hosted the 2002 Memorial Cup. The Guelph Sports and Entertainment Centre was built in 2000 at a cost of $21 million. The home teams that play at the Sleeman Centre are OHL Team, Guelph Storm and Canadian junior team, Guelph Hurricanes. The Sleeman Centre acted as host for the 2008 Founders Cup Tournament.

Guelph Storm Hockey Team

The Guelph Storm is a major junior ice hockey team based in Guelph, Ontario. They have played in the OHL since the 1991–92 season. The team plays home games at the Sleeman Centre. The franchise started as the Toronto Marlboros, who moved to Hamilton to become the Dukes of Hamilton in 1989. Following the 1990–91 season, the franchise was relocated to Guelph and renamed the Storm.

Guelph Market Square

Guelph’s Market Square is a modern interpretation of the City’s original downtown Market Place district. In the 1800’s the space surrounding Guelph’s original City Hall building at 59 Carden Street served as Guelph’s central meeting place and market area. In the square you will find an outdoor skating rink, interactive water feature (splash pad), a pavilion, seating, lighting and sound and a lot more! Check out the City of Guelph for more info!

The Guelph Royals (Baseball)

The Guelph Royals are a baseball team based in the downtown area, and are a member of the Southern Ontario-based inter-county Baseball League. The club was founded in 1861 as the Guelph Maple Leafs and then changed their name is to the Guelph Royals in 1962. A number of Guelph players have gone on to the pro ranks during the city’s history.

Guelph Civic Museum

  • In 1960 members of the Guelph Historical Society began to collect artifacts and displays were mounted in store fronts and community centres.
  • In 1967 the museum opened up their first home in the horse stables, which is now the Farmer’s Market.
  • In 1980 the Guelph Civic Museum opened 6 Dublin street.
  • In 2000 they opened up the children’s museum, which brought in more families and made the museum even more popular.
  • In 2012 relocated to 52 Norfolk street.

River Run Centre

  • Guelph’s signature performing arts centre overlooks the picturesque Speed River in the City’s historic downtown core near the site where Guelph was founded.
  • It was built by the people of Guelph for the benefit of the community and designed to serve as a premier stage for concerts, musicals, plays, dance, family shows and much more.
  • Hundreds of volunteers and donors were involved in bringing the dream to reality; volunteers continue to play a vital role as ushers, ticket takers, hosts and tour guides.
  • Construction of the building started in 1995 and costs $15 Million, it officially opened in 1997.
    Main theatre seats 785 and the co-operate hall seats 225.

Downtown / Exhibition Park Map