A timeless paradise full of old-world charm.
The first capital of Upper Canada, the town of Niagara-on-the-Lake is perched on the edge of Lake Ontario. The historic downtown consists of boutique stores, art galleries, antique shops and exquisite cafes and restaurants. The preserved heritage district is picture perfect with its Victorian buildings, tree-lined streets, and manicured lawns. Explore its’ historic sites, Fort George and the Historical Society Museum or attend a world-class theatre performance at the Shaw Festival. A haven for wine lovers, the community is home to more than 25 wineries each with its own distinct and memorable footprint.