Free

At The Shaw

Pre-show chats, coffee concerts, and more.

Fireworks

Queen Victoria Park, Niagara Falls. Fridays, Sundays and holidays from May to late August.

Falls Illumination

Every evening at dusk, the impressive Falls are lit in the colours of the rainbow.

Botanical Gardens

The Niagara Parks Botanical Gardens feature a variety of beautiful gardens, including a world-famous rose garden with over 2400 roses.

Niagara Parkway

Sir Winston Churchill described it as “the prettiest Sunday afternoon drive in the world.”
From Niagara-on-the-Lake, this scenic drive winds through Queesnton – enjoy the view of the Niagara River at Brock’s Monument – to Niagara Falls and Fort Erie.

Nature Trails

Discover trails that wind through woodland and conservation areas, deep in the Niagara Glen or along the Niagara River. niagaraparks.com

Heritage Trail

Experience Canada in the making! Over 100 plaques and monuments located throughout Niagara Parks honour persons, places and events important to its past.

Almost free

At The Shaw

One-hour guided backstage tours of the Festival Theatre.

Historical Museum

The Niagara Historical Society Museum, established in 1895, paints a vivid picture of Niagara-on-the-Lake, a town rich with history.

Wineries of Niagara-on-the-Lake

27 wineries nestled in a landscape of vineyards and orchards. See why these wineries have grabbed the world’s attention.

RiverBrink Art Museum

Riverbrink – Home of the Weir Collection. In Queenston on the scenic Niagara Parkway, with a spectacular view of the Niagara River. Feature new exhibitions. riverbrink.org

Ghost Tours

Explore ‘haunted’ Fort George in Niagara-on-the-Lake, site of the War of 1812. Schedule and cost at niagaraghosts.com or 905.468.6621

Niagara Heritage Trail

Visit the Laura Secord Homestead, home of Canada’s most famous heroine and the Mackenzie Printery and Newspaper Museum, restored home of rebel publisher William Lyon Mackenzie. In Queenston. More at niagaraparks.com

For information about all the Niagara Region has to offer, visit:


NOTL Chamber of Commerce I niagaraonthelake.com or 905.468.1950
Niagara Falls Tourism I niagarafallstourism.com or 1.800.56.FALLS
Tourism Niagara I tourismniagara.com or 1.800.263.2988
Niagara Parks I niagaraparks.com or 1.877.642.7275
Music Niagara I musicniagara.org
Niagara 1812 Bicentennial I discover1812.com

Other useful sites:
Niagara Wine Festivals I Wines of Ontario I Conservation Niagara I Teeing It Up Niagara I Info Niagara

For information about Toronto’s many attractions, visit torontotourism.com or call 1.800.499.2514
For information about Buffalo’s many attractions, visit buffalocvb.org or call 1.800.BUFFALO