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Things To Do In Sarnia for Entertainment

Whether you are a single young adult looking to grab a few pints with others to an elderly couple looking on how to spend their quiet Friday night, Sarnia has plenty of activities and events for all looking to enjoy themselves. Located right at the mouth of the St. Clair River, Sarnia’s beautiful landscapes and modernized downtown spot gives no shortages of entertainment opportunities. With a population of just over 70,000, the Sarnia entertainment scene is able to encapsulate all those looking for a great way to spend their time.

Entertainment for Teens in Sarnia

Dishing out the hottest and most up-to-date movies, the Cineplex Cinemas (Sarnia) location is a great spot to unwind after a long day of sitting in the classroom. Found at 1380 London Road, Cineplex Cinemas has 6 state of the art theatres that give those that are watching the absolute best movie experience one can get. Ticket prices can range depending on age, but the fixed price for a standard ticket is $11.75. But if you are looking to save a little bit of your coin, the Cinema has “Cheap Tuesday”, cutting all ticket prices in half! (Get there quick! It’s a popular night to catch a flick!)

Ever think you’d be able to play videogames that mimic features of true reality? Look no further than Sarnia’s own virtual reality gamming spot District Beta. Found at 1886 London Line, this futuristic gamming joint is every teens dream setup. With a rate of $30 an hour, District Beta is a sure way to encapsulate all teens looking to take a break from their “generic” gamming experience.

Elderly Options for Entertainment in Sarnia

Sarnia is home to some of the most beautiful landscapes and sunsets in Ontario. While Sarnia is a boarder town, it holds two architectural masterpieces that allow citizens to cross from country to country over the mouth of the St. Clair River – The Bluewater Bridge. If you are looking to get out of your house for some fresh air and “bridge fries” or light exercise, the Bluewater Bridge at dusk is a great way to enjoy a fantastic scene of a beautiful sunset.

Connected right next to the Cinema is the Lambton Mall (1380 London Road). Being Sarnia’s largest mall holding close to 90 stores within, there are plenty of spots you can visit to take up some of your free time. Looking to refurbish the house deck outside? Why not visit the Canadian Tire where their employees can assist you all while your partner is just down the hall getting their nails done at Nails For You.

Alternative Dining to Downtown Sarnia

If you are looking to recharge with some grub from all that shopping, look no further than Lambton Mall’s up-to-date food court. Located just inside the north entrance to the Mall, this plethora of food shops can feed all customers, no matter their preference! If you are looking to munch on some classics such as grabbing a quick Mama Burger from A&W or just fetching a slice of za from Sarnia’s own Dino’s Pizza, this is the spot for you. It also holds both a Manchu Wok and Thai Express for shoppers looking to spice it up with some Asian cuisine. – maybe ignore this paragraph. Your call.