Niagara Seasons Blog
On July 1st, Canadians will come out in huge numbers to celebrate a very special occasion. It’s Canada Day, that time of the year when the citizens of the country honour the day when the British North America Act, 1867 was enacted.
With fresh produce including vegetables, fruits, meat, dairy products and more, the Niagara region is a great place for those looking for healthy local food. If you want to buy food fresh off a farm, the farmers’ markets in this region will provide plenty of options.
When was the last time you did something truly special for your dad? If you haven’t spent enough time with him lately, you can make up for it by celebrating Father’s Day with him.
Niagara Falls is home to an active exercise and sporting community.
Summer fun is hard to avoid – and who would want to, in a town like Niagara? Beautiful and breathtaking Niagara summers are greeted with enthusiasm and energy.
The great landmarks of the world have often served as an inspiration for artists, painters, photographers and song writers alike. Niagara Falls is such a landmark; a focal point for people with creative leanings, serving as a source of symbolism and imagination.
There’s never a dull moment in Niagara Falls! Sightseeing attractions, parks and nature can fill up your days and live events can add excitement to your nights. Here are some of the best entertainment in live theatre and events in the Niagara Region.
Niagara Falls is home to more square golf courses per square mile than any other location in Canada.
Planning a date can usually be a stressful endeavour, but not in Niagara Falls. This is due to from the sheer variety of things to do, catering to both local residents and visitors alike.
Before visiting a world class location such as Niagara Falls, it's prudent to do a small amount of preliminary research. Our on-site concierges can give you a locals perspective of the true must-see locations in Niagara.