Long known as Canada’s wine capital, Niagara’s Craft Beer scene is exploding, with numerous breweries, a college program dedicated to brewing and a number of Beer Festivals.
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Some things never lose their appeal. Anything with a touch of the classical almost always manages to keep a sense of romanticism and simple pleasure about it.
Taking advantage of location and technology, guests at the Marriott Fallsview Hotel & Spa are able to arrive, check-in and stand right beside Niagara Falls, all within 5 minutes! Here's how:
Illuminating Niagara Falls has been a long tradition, dating back over 150 years. Since welcoming the Prince of Wales to Canada in 1860, the waterfalls have been used as a massive canvas for light shows and coloured displays.
Niagara Falls is a destination that is surrounded with myth and folklore, stories about the waterfalls, battlefields and daredevils. Here are 7 frequently mentioned but ultimately untrue myths about Niagara Falls.
The first thought that comes to your mind when you hear the name ‘Niagara Falls’ is obviously about the spectacular waterfalls. But there is much more to the city than just Waterfalls.
It’s time to rejoice because a mini-vacation is around the corner! March Break 2016 brings with it the possibility of lots of fun-filled activities. Have you planned anything yet?
While it’s true what Jimmy Fallon said-- Canada side, that’s the place to do it. It’s amazing. , there are still a number of fun and interesting things to do on the American side of Niagara Falls. Here are some of our favourite activities on the south side of the border.
Cuvee, as a quick refresher, is a French term for wine – usually referring to a specific blend. It’s also the name given to a spectacular wine & culinary event held in Niagara Falls.
Head to the beautiful wineries of Niagara-on-the-Lake on Saturday afternoons during the month of February to enjoy a celebration of wine and chocolate.
Niagara’s Freedom Trail, a collection of plaques and monuments, retells the struggle of individuals looking for freedom within Ontario and the rest of Canada.
Southern Canada has a long history often shaped by its unique geography, of which Niagara Falls is a particular example. The powerful river and the massive waterfalls have attracted not only communities and thrill-seekers, but innovators seeking to harness that power for public benefit.