Beer lovers should make their way to the region of Niagara and discover the many breweries and cideries in and around Niagara-on-the-Lake. While Niagara is celebrated as Ontario’s wine region, the sipping and savouring do not stop there. The Green Belt boasts a rich landscape full of the ingredients needed to craft extraordinary beers and ciders. Discover where to go to get libations of all sorts while also learning about the region’s agriculture, history, brew scene and more on any one of these great tours.
Let’s admit it, we’ve all had enough of winter and it’s time to celebrate spring in Ontario’s best tourist destination, Niagara-on-the-Lake. There is tons to do throughout the Niagara region during the upcoming season, and we’ve highlighted some of our visitors’ favourite activities below. See what Niagara has in store and get busy enjoying your freedom from frost.
Niagara-on-the-Lake Foodie Tour
Get ready for an afternoon full of delicious eats and charming scenery during this fantastic foodie tour in Niagara-on-the-Lake. The tour explores Niagara’s rich history and culture, as much as it exposes guests to the incredible tastes of the region.
History buffs rejoice at the opportunity to visit Brock’s Monument atop Queenston Heights in Niagara. This 56-metre column is dedicated to Major General Sir Isaac Brock who is one of Canada’s most treasured heroes of the War of 1812.
Who is Sir Isaac Brock?
For those who aren’t familiar with this highly-regarded general, Brock led a charge of British regulars and Canadian militia up the Queenston Heights to regain captured land. While Brock sadly met his end during this battle, the monument celebrates his bravery and commendable leadership.
Niagara-on-the-Lake is a gorgeous place to take long walks with your loved ones – and this includes your dog. We’ve outlined some of the most pet-friendly spots in Niagara-on-the-Lake where you can enjoy unique shopping, dining and hotel experiences without leaving man’s best friend behind.
The Scottish Loft
The Scottish Loft is a must-see tourist destination for those travellers who have a flair for Scottish and British products. They welcome pets into their unique shop where you’ll find, “everything you need to bring Britain home.” Whether you are looking for delicious food or traditional clothing, including custom-made kilts, this is a great store to pop into when you want to visit your British or Scottish roots.
Enjoy the perfect Valentine’s Day getaway with the one you love at one of Niagara’s best hotels. With award-winning dining, spa services and beautiful accommodations, Vintage Hotels will set the tone for an elegant evening or weekend away with your someone special.
Three Niagara-on-the-Lake Hotels Dedicated to Exceptional Experiences
In the heart of wine country, you’ll discover three gorgeous and unique hotels that offer everything you need for a movie-like Valentine’s Day.
Valentine’s Day at Pillar & Post
At Pillar & Post, you’ll be surrounded by rustic elegance with exposed brick and beams. You’ll enjoy elevated comfort foods in the Cannery Restaurant and sample a variety of handpicked wines in the wine tasting room. From basking in the indoor pool to being pampered in the hotel’s 13,000 square foot spa, you will be able to completely unwind in this wonderful Tuscan-inspired atmosphere. Be sure to book spa treatments for you and your spouse at the 100 Fountain Spa, so you can both look and feel your best for this special occasion.