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Wineries of Niagara
WINE TOURS & TASTING
This is your opportunity to visit the larger, more commercial wineries as well as the smaller family run businesses. You are sure to find some gems not sold through the liquor store. We encourage you to drink responsibly and also offer a link to guided tour sites:
Tours can be done by van, car, bus or bicycle. Some include lunch or dinner.
We are "The Culinary Capital of Canada"
*Niagara-on-the-Lake's main street (Queen Street) abounds with unique shopping opportunities. Spend the day exploring.
*In season, there are numerous fruit markets and roadside stands from local growers who are more than happy to share their bounty. Niagara is one of Canada’s Tender Fruit Belts and here you can find fresh cherries, peaches, plums, pears,apricots, apples and berries. Farms grow walnuts, heirloom tomatoes and an array of fresh vegetables.
*Shop for your garden in the spring with greenhouses galore!
*Museums, antiques and boutique shopping.
*Art Galleries including the Trisha Romance Gallery.
*Pamper yourself at a spa!
*Outlet Mall, Pen Center Mall & Fairview Mall less than a half hour away.
THEATER & DINNER THEATER
MUSIC & ENTERTAINMENT
There are approximately 40 golf courses around the Niagara Peninsula.
The Niagara-on-the-Lake Golf course is the oldest in North America and situated right on the shores of Lake Ontario.
NIAGARA FALLS- only a 20 minute drive!
Stop en route to see the Floral Clock, The Butterfly Conservatory, The Botanical Gardens, The Brock Monument, The Whirlpool Rapids, Sir Adam Beck Power Generating Station, and more
A new website "VisitNiagaraCanada.com" has some getaway ideas. Click on any one and it will take you to their website for more information. Here are just a few:
A weekend with the girls in Niagara-on-the-Lake Reconnect with your gal pals with this two-day itinerary.
An ultimate boys' weekend in Niagara Planning one last hurrah for the groom? This two-day itinerary is for you.
Brix and bricks
Explore Niagara's wine route Combine your love of wine and architecture with this touring itinerary.
Riding the benches
Explore Niagara's wine route. Taste your way along Niagara's four unique benches with this one-day itinerary.
Cooking lessons from Niagara's culinary masters. Love cooking as much as you love eating? This itinerary is for you.
Young at heart
Family fun in NIagara Enjoy some of Niagara's old school attractions with this one-day itinerary.
The Teen Scene
Family fun in Niagara Unplug and reconnect with this two-day itinerary for hard-to-please teens.
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Winston Churchill described the drive along the Niagara Parkway which links Niagara-on-the-Lake to Niagara Falls as “the most pleasant road in the world to travel on a Sunday afternoon”.