Canada 150th Events in Niagara on the Lake

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This year is Canada’s 150th Birthday, and Niagara on the Lake is celebrating in a royal way. This birthday bash has something for everyone with a wide variety of exciting events planned:

Canada Day at Fort George

Fort George is hosting Canada Day with free admission, which is a fantastic, family-friendly way to celebrate the big Canada 150. Start your day off right with a pancake breakfast among the flowers in Simcoe Park, then continue the celebration with the 41st Regiment of Foot Fife and Drum Corps in the Canada Day Parade. Wrap up the day with a delicious BBQ dinner, where all the proceeds go to benefit the Friends of Fort George, followed by an evening full of family fun with programs for the kids and live music. read more

Why We Love Our American Guests

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Fall in Love with Niagara On The Lake

For those who long to leave behind the hustle and bustle of daily life, your relaxing escape awaits you in Niagara on the Lake, Ontario, Canada. This resort town offers all the beautiful landscapes, outdoor activities and fine dining opportunities the Niagara region is known for, but without the commercialized glitz that is so often associated with Niagara Falls Canada. We invite you to relax, explore, and unwind in Niagara wine country. read more

The 56th Annual Shaw Festival

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Bernard Shaw, born George Bernard Shaw, was an English playwright. As the author of more than 60 plays, many theatre aficionados have said that Bernard Shaw ranks second only to Shakespeare in terms of importance. Certainly, he counts among the most important playwrights of the 20th century. As such, it makes as much sense to celebrate his plays and contributions to theatre as it does to celebrate the Bard’s.

A Theatre-Lover’s Festival in Niagara on the Lake

Fortunately, the founders of the Shaw Festival have obliged ardent Shaw-lovers. This year the festival celebrates its 56th year of bringing Shaw’s work to Niagara on the Lake. read more

Plan the Perfect Girl’s weekend in Niagara on the Lake

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Niagara on the Lake is the perfect setting for a fantastic girls’ weekend away. It offers world-class accommodations, dining, and entertainment to let you and your friends relax in luxury. Every aspect of your trip is covered by a weekend in Niagara on the Lake, and you’ll have an incredible time resting, playing, and being pampered.

Niagara Fine Dining & Wine

Niagara on the Lake has a wide variety of excellent restaurants that will delight your senses during your stay. For casual dining, try The Cannery at Pillar & Post, which features gourmet cuisine in a rustic and romantic setting of exposed beams and brickwork. The Escabeche restaurant at the Prince of Wales offers exquisite cuisine that will delight your taste buds, while the gorgeous setting is a feast for the eyes, providing you with an unforgettable experience in fine dining. For a world-class brunch, choose the Tiara at Queen’s Landing. As you savor the delicious fare, you’ll also be treated to incredible views of the local harbor. The Prince of Wales also offers a scrumptious afternoon high tea to let you pamper yourself with elegance. read more

Spring Events In Niagara on the Lake

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Spring events at Niagara on the Lake encourage visitors to gear up for a summer filled with music, epic theatre, and delicious food.

The Shaw Festival – Dress Rehearsals

Join the friends of the Shaw Festival for a night of heroism and tragedy at the dress rehearsal of Bernard Shaw’s classic play “St. Joan.” Biographer Michael Holroyd described the piece as “a tragedy without villains.” It’s a thought-provoking work based on the trials of Joan of Arc as interpreted through the eyes of one of the 20th century’s greatest playwrights. read more