Here's a guide to visiting Niagara Falls
For three weekends in January the Niagara region is transformed into a wintery wonderland, celebrating one of Canada’s most cherished products, Ontario Icewine.
You'd better watch out, Santa Claus is coming to town! For Christmas fun for the whole family here are all of the dates, times and routes for the Santa Claus Parades in the Niagara Region for 2017.
Your venue for live bands, concerts and events in Niagara Falls! The Seneca Queen Theatre, originally built in 1941, is located in the heart of downtown Niagara Falls, it's since been newly renovated. Dedicated to bringing the Niagara region together through live music, entertainment, film and theatre.
Niagara is quickly becoming Ontario's Beer Country. Get ready for not one but TWO beer festivals in Niagara: the Annual Niagara Craft Beer Festival and the Niagara Falls Beer Festival. Featuring 100+ of Ontario's best craft beers and ciders, incredible culinary creations by Niagara’s top food trucks and restaurants.
A love for the region’s tasty food, wine, and each other is the backdrop to Niagara’s only Oyster House. 2016 Small Business of the Year- Niagara Chamber of Commerce and recipients of the Niagara Wine Festival & RBC 2016 Niagara Licensee of the Year Award.
Sure the weather is getting warmer and flowers are starting to bloom, but do you know the real way to tell it’s Spring in Niagara? Springlicious!!
Marriott on the Falls is the closest hotel, directly across the street, to the 288 000 square foot Scotiabank Convention Centre, making it the indisputable leader of the Canadian corporate meeting and convention market
The hotel towers 42 storeys over the Brink of Niagara Falls - and is located only 100 yards from the water's edge.