Explore The City of Stratford

Welcome to Stratford ON, settled by English, Irish, Scottish and German immigrants, primarily in the 1830s and 1840s. Most of Stratford's original residents were farmers; today, the area around Stratford is known for mixed farming, dairying and hog production. However even with a rich farming background, Stratford is considered a SmartCity, with a fibre broadband network established throughout the entire city.  You'll easily find free wifi hubs located throughout the entire city. 

Located between Highway 7 and Highway 8, Stratford is a short drive from Kitchener Waterloo (33min, 40km), London (42min, 50km) and downtown Toronto (1 hour and 40 min, 148Km). 

Known for the famous Stratford Festival theatre productions, Stratford caters to it's tourists with plenty of cafes, small shops and great dining options. You can explore more things to do by clicking the link below. 

Things to Do  Explore Stratford Neighbourhoods

Discover the Comfort of Poet & Perth 

Poet and Perth prioritizes nature and green spaces with all the homes nestled in a beautiful, scenic setting. All homes are within a few feet of lush greenery, and the whole community is connected to the surroundings through paths and walkways. 

The Stratford Festival 

The Stratford Festival runs from April to October. Founded by local journalist Tom Patterson in 1952, the festival was formerly known as the Stratford Shakespearean Festival, however today they produce classics, contemporary dramas and musicals, with, of course, a special emphasis on the plays of Shakespeare. The festival was one of the first arts festivals in Canada and continues to be one of its most prominent. It is recognized worldwide for its productions and is North America’s largest classical repertory theatre company.

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