Visitors flock to Niagara for the falls, but soon discover a wide spectrum of interesting things to do. Spend the morning cycling, the afternoon exploring historic homes, and the evening gambling or people-watching at the casino. Niagara Falls is the undisputed family favorite, with a bevy of kid-pleasing attractions, while the stately historic homes of Niagara-on-the-Lake offer more laid-back sightseeing. From thunderous falls to award-winning wineries, Niagara’s variety of attractions makes for one-of-a-kind visits.
There’s more to Niagara accommodations than cheesy honeymoon suites, though you certainly can find those, too. Niagara Falls has as many luxury hotels as economical, family-friendly options. In Niagara-on-the-Lake and throughout the surrounding area, numerous historic homes now serve as bed and breakfasts or inns. After a winery tour and a good dinner, you can even stay right at a vineyard. Increasingly, the local wineries are offering overnight accommodations with rustic décor and unbeatable views.
From antiquing haunts to chic boutiques, Niagara offers a variety of shops on par with a major city. For souvenirs, there’s everything from emblazoned t-shirts and caps to handmade jams and fudges. Bargain-hunters flock to the outlet shops around Niagara Falls. In Clifton Hill, massive stores offer kid-pleasing novelty items and all things chocolaty.
Niagara’s culinary scene has twin personalities: decades of international tourism have inspired variety, while the surrounding winegrowing culture puts the focus on local flavors and ingredients. In Niagara-on-the-Lake, you can dine in cosy, historically preserved tearooms. For local dishes and gourmet multi-course meals, head to one of the many wineries that boast their own restaurants. In Niagara Falls, you’ll find the full cross-section of flavours and styles, from colourful kid-friendly eateries to romantic, candlelit tables.
Niagara lets visitors strike their own balance between high-octane sightseeing and laid-back leisure. In Niagara Falls, the year-round rush of visitors has inspired a bevy of entertainment options in addition to the falls, themselves, from museums to amusement parks. In Niagara-on-the-Lake, the must-see spots are comparatively low-key and largely nestled within a few scenic blocks.
See the Falls up close, taste regional wines and immerse yourself in history on a Niagara Falls vacation in Niagara. Book a Niagara Falls hotel in Niagara and take home lasting memories.
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