Niagara Falls is the perfect place to book your family day get-away. Niagara Falls is full of fun and adventure during the winter months. We’ve got indoor waterparks, climate controlled ferris wheels, aviaries, butterfly conservatories, and our very own street of fun filled with museums, and arcades to entertain everyone.
Family Day Events
Northern Owls Exhibit
February 13 – April 17, 2017
Family Day Funzone
February 20, 2017
January 19 – April 27, 2017
Savour The Sights
January 21 – October 14, 2017
January 26 – April 16, 2017
Scotties Tournament of Hearts
February 18 – 26, 2017
Visit Niagara on the Lake for their 3rd Annual White on Ice Dinner. An outdoor dinner with delicious VQA wines and mouthwatering cuisine from the Signature Kitchen Chefs.
Located in a heated tent on Queen St right in the heart of the Hertiage District. 7pm- 10pm
This will be a night to remember with live musical entertainment and dancing under the Winter sky!
For Tickets and ANY further details please contact The Niagara-on-the-Lake Chamber of Commerce: 905-468-1950
January 27, 2017 @ Downtown Niagara-On-The-Lake
The Town of Niagara-on-the-Lake Canada Sesquicentennial Committee encourages
you to help plan and participate in a variety of celebrations in our beautiful town!
Special events and community activities will take place starting New Year’s Eve 2016.
Check out the event calendar which will be updated on a regular basis as more details
Visit Canada’s foremost illumination festival the Ontario Power Generation Winter Festival of Lights in Niagara Falls, Canada – November 19th, 2016 to January 31st, 2017. Each winter we capture the magic of the holiday season, Make It Your Winter Tradition!
The Winter Festival of Lights illuminates an eight kilometre long illumination route that travels through the beautiful landscapes of the Niagara Parks, Dufferin Islands and surrounding tourist districts. As a treasured holiday tradition for people from around the world the Winter Festival of Lights is attended by over one million visitors each season.
Visitors can expect to see the millions of lights that make up the many iconic displays that have become favourites for attendees including the shimmering Zimmerman Fountain, Noah’s Ark, the world’s largest illuminated Canadian-American flag and the three dimensional Canadian Wildlife displays and over fifty wrapped trees in Dufferin Islands. Recent lighting improvements include the illumination of the Toronto Power Generating Station with choreographed sound & light show, 3D Projection Mapping Show on the Oakes Hotel on Fallsview Boulevard, the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles at the Top of Clifton Hill and three large Angels at the Niagara Parks Police Building. In addition to the its illuminations and displays, the Winter Festival of Lights also has several events taking place each season including Opening Ceremonies, Laser Light Shows, weekly fireworks presented by Fallsview Casino, a new Holiday Walking Tour, Festival of Stars Concerts, the Sparkle Lighting Awards, Niagara Falls New Years Eve Concert & the Niagara Falls Icewine Festival. There is no admission fee to view the illuminations but donations are gratefully accepted by Festival Ambassadors at the exit of Dufferin Islands (suggested contribution ($5 – $10 per car; coach bus’s $1 per passenger), with proceeds used to enhance the lights and displays.
The Rotary Club of Niagara-on-the-Lake welcomes you to the 18th annual Rotary Holiday House Tour. We hope you will enjoy the variety of historic and contemporary properties, all decorated by professional designers in keeping with the holiday season.
This year’s tour features six elegant homes and eight Niagara-on-the-Lake landmarks.
- Glen Willow, 1828 York Road, Queenston
- Wingspread, 793 Green Street, NOTL
- The Hutchings House, 85 Byron Street, NOTL
- Charlou, 164 Johnson Street, NOTL
- The Denyer Residence, 20 Wilberforce Avenue, NOTL
- The Hawley House, 42 Garrison Village Drive, NOTL
Niagara on the Lake Landmarks
- RiverBrink Art Museum, 116 Queenston Street, Queenston
- McFarland House, 15927 Niagara Parkway
- Niagara Pumphouse, 247 Ricardo Street, Old Town
- St. Andrew’s Church, 323 Simcoe Street, Old Town
- Niagara Historical Museum, 43 Castlereagh Street,
- Old Town Wine Country Vintners, 27 Queen Street, Old Town
- Peller Estates Winery, 290 John Street East, Old Town
- Trius Winery, 1249 Niagara Stone Road (Hwy #55), Virgil
Taste the Season is Niagara-on-the-Lake’s must-do event in November! Celebrate the season’s bounty with locally inspired VQA wine and food pairings at each of our member wineries.
In its tenth season, the Market has become a wonderful gathering place for locals and visitors looking for genuine community and great local food. The Farmers’ Market vendors all originate from the Niagara Region, and all produce is 100% Niagara-grown, sold by the people who grow it.