From the sensation of lift-off, to the excitement of soaring above the turbulent rapids and cascading waterfalls, your Niagara Helicopters ride is a unique and spectacular experience. Your all-scenic flight gives you a thrilling view of Niagara’s natural and man-made wonders
Featured – Niagara Helicopters
Step inside one of the largest glass-enclosed butterfly conservatories in North America, and explore a tropical garden oasis at the Niagara Parks Butterfly Conservatory. Admire the beauty of over 2,000 vibrantly coloured butterflies fluttering freely around you as you explore 180 metres of winding pathways adorned with lush vegetation and trickling waterfalls.
Featured – Niagara Parks Butterfly Conservatory
Speed across the churning Niagara Whirlpool aboard a jet boat that can skim over the surface. Prepare to get wet on the adventurous boat ride, which is a high-adrenaline alternative to slower sightseeing boats.
Featured – Niagara Jet Boat
The Falls. Thrilling entertainment. Fabled history. Niagara Canada is home to so many wonders, but none is as exclusive and alluring as the Icewine Festivals of Niagara – an experience you simply can’t get anywhere else. It’s a month-long celebration in January, where you will explore Icewine at three unforgettable Festivals. Broaden your palate and embrace new experiences by indulging in tastings of fine Niagara wines, an evening gala, and dinners fit for the most discerning foodies.
Featured – Icewine Festival
Niagara features unique meeting & special event locations, inside and out. Dine overlooking the Niagara Gorge, or in this instance inside of an award winning barrel room.
Featured – Two Sisters Vineyards
Niagara is more than just wine country. With our boutique-like breweries all over the region, the craft beer industry is alive and well! The Niagara Ale Trail is your guide to the must-visit offerings in the area, both established and new to the local craft scene.
Featured – Silversmith Brewing Company in Niagara-on-the-Lake
It’s impossible to be in a hurry when you’re on the Niagara Parkway. Hugging the Niagara River as it stretches from Niagara-on-the-Lake in the North to Fort Erie in the South, this scenic road compels travellers to slow down and take in the view. And what a view it is. In 1943, Sir Winston Churchill described it as “the prettiest Sunday afternoon drive in the world.” The nice thing is, at only 55 km in length, there’s plenty of time for exploring along the way.
Featured – Niagara Parkway
The Comfort Maple Conservation Area conserves what is widely believed to be the oldest and finest sugar maple tree in Canada. Estimated to be 400-500 years old, the Comfort Maple towers about 24.4 metres at its crown with a trunk circumference of 6 meters and symbolizes Canada’s strength and tradition.
Featured – Comfort Maple Tree
People often ask when would be the best time to visit Niagara. That’s not an easy question to answer. Niagara shines in every season and there is a tantalizing variety of attractions all year round.
During the spring experience the grandeur of Niagara Falls itself, and the changing of the seasons. Highlights include the opening of botanical gardens, great theatre, festivals, vineyards and superlative dining.
Summer is peak season in Niagara. The Falls, wine country, cycling, farms, attractions and more are just a few of the options available. Nighttime fireworks, evening cruises and outdoor patios make Niagara a true all-day destination.
Take in the spectacular colours that the Fall season brings in Niagara. The landscape silently explodes with vibrant colors of red, yellow, and orange, and there are numerous fall events, festivals and special attractions.
See Niagara in a different light during the winter. Highlights include the chance at seeing Frozen Niagara Falls, Niagara’s Icewine Festival season and world class entertainment events throughout the region.
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