Elgin Centre boasts an exciting retail, service and entertainment mix, including St. Thomas’ only movie theatre.
Elgin Centre is located in the east end of St. Thomas at 417 Wellington Street, at the intersection of Wellington Street and Highview Avenue. Easily accessible from Talbot Street/Hwy. #3, Elgin Mall is convenient to nearby lodging, attractions and other amenities.
With 32 retailers/services and free parking, there is sure to be something for everyone.
We are located in the east end of St. Thomas, at the intersection of Wellington Street and Highview Ave. Easily accessible from Talbot Street/Hwy #3, Elgin Centre is convenient to nearby lodging, attractions and other amenities.
Elgin Centre is fully accessible with reserved disability parking stalls, automatic doors, spacious restrooms and complimentary wheelchair loans.
Are located in the Food Court area and another by the North entrance. Both offer accessible restrooms with baby change tables.
Located in the Administration Office by the North entrance, our friendly staff will be happy to assist you.
St. Thomas is known as the “Railway Capital of Canada” due to the many railway lines that channel through the city. It is also known for the life sized monument of Jumbo the Elephant. In 1885, P.T. Barnum’s circus featured an unusually large elephant named Jumbo. Tragically, while in St. Thomas, Jumbo lost his life in a train accident. In 1985 a life-sized monument was erected in memory of Jumbo and is located at the west end of Talbot Street. A 5 minute drive south will bring visitors to Lake Erie for public swimming, recreation and boating. St. Thomas, although a relatively small city, offers a well-developed art & theatre scene.
City of St. Thomashttp://www.stthomas.ca/
St. Thomas Chamber of Commercehttp://www.stthomaschamber.on.ca/
St. Thomas Transithttp://www.stthomas.ca/content/conventional-transit
417 Wellington St., St. Thomas, Ontario, N5R 5J5