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.
From April 4 to December 23, the 2018 Shaw Festival will be taking place in Niagara-on-the-Lake – and the playbill is a theatre lover’s dream. The company has gone to great lengths to incorporate a wide variety of classic and contemporary productions that will make theatre-goers laugh, cry, scream and shout with excitement.
Are You Ready for Vibrant Theatrical Performances in Ontario’s Favourite Town?
Each year, more than 250,000 audience members attend the Shaw Festival to bask in high-quality productions with talented casts and thoughtful staging and costumes. This year, audiences can take in 12 plays on the Festival’s three stages. In addition to these exceptional performances, theatre fans can also look forward to a variety of events and activities targeted towards those with a flair for the dramatics.
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.
Watch and listen as Niagara-on-the-Lake comes to life during the Spring into Music Series where the world’s leading classical and jazz artists come together to light up the region with beautiful music. Niagara will host these Grammy and JUNO winning artists in a variety of gorgeous venues – from modern wineries to historical settings, so your ears and eyes are in for a treat.
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.