You may be living in, or visiting, Canada’s MOST HAUNTED TOWN; Niagara on the Lake! Since Halloween is coming up, it is vital that you go on as many ghost tours and walks as possible before the spooky night comes! Take a tour through Old Town Niagara, including stops at the Niagara on the Lake Courthouse, Prince of Wales Hotel, Apothecary, and the Royal George Theatre! Join the ghostly walkers for spooky stories and legends about the NOTL area. Reserve a time for you and your friends and family today!
For more information visit: http://www.ghostwalks.com/niagaraonthelake.htm
For a dining experience truly out of this world, visit the only restaurant in Niagara to be designed like a UFO! Late night delivery, stellar breakfast, and voted as the best wonder of Niagara, this diner is sure to make your trip to Niagara Falls much more memorable! Featuring large menu ranging from breakfast to dinner, this saucer doesn’t stop spinning until 4am!
To view the menu and get more information on this very IDENTIFIABLE restaurant visit: http://www.flyingsaucerrestaurant.com/UserFiles/file/Flying_Saucer_Resturant_Lunch-Dinner_Menu.pdf
As you may know, Nikola Tesla brought to us the first hydroelectric power plant to use AC electricity in 1895. Soon after Tesla would become known world wide. And even today there is a car brand named Tesla, after Nikola Tesla himself. In 2006 a monument in Niagara Falls was unveiled at Queen Victoria Park! Visit the park, for free, and view the monument for one of the most famous men of all time!
For more information regarding the monument and Nikola Tesla, visit: www.teslasociety.com
Experience Niagara Falls in a whole new way by touring the area in the sky with Niagara Helicopters Limited! Niagara Helicopters Limited has so far given Niagara Falls over 50 years of service and will continue to do, as long as the weather is permitting! Their flights depart daily at 9am and last until sunset! View hundreds of miles of the Niagara area and even try their helicopter wine tour! With nearly 100 percent customer ratings, the Niagara Helicopter tour, each flight lasts between 9 and 12 minutes and beginning at 9am, flights take off every 2 to 10 minutes! Fun for the whole family, you are sure to love this sky-high experience of Niagara Falls!
For more information visit: www.niagarahelicopters.com
The Deaf Culture Centre is a cultural learning center where both deaf and hearing people and educate and immerse themselves in the deaf community and culture. Exhibits including deaf historical artifacts, literature, sports, and other interactive media platforms. This centre is open to the public and is a wonderful way to keep the deaf community alive and well and to be sure that there is an active understanding by those who can hear. The Deaf Culture Centre is truly a wonderful learning experience that the whole family will enjoy.
To find out more information visit: www.deafculturecentre.ca
Unlike any traditional ‘safari’ the Land Rover Safari Wine Tour has gained special permission from fruit growers and wine makers to tour their grounds. Roll through the vines and orchards immersing yourself in the true culture and art of wine making, all while sipping on award winning wines from all around the Niagara area. These safari tours begin and end in old town only, and begin at 2:00pm each day. Be sure to plan your safari in advanced because seats fill up fast. Cost per person is $89 plus tax.
To schedule your sip and savor tour date visit: www.landroverwinetours.com
Beginning in 1992, the Whirlpool Jet Boat Tours allow you to experience Niagara like never before! Choosing between several different paths and intensities, the Whirlpool Jet Boat tours are perfect for touring families, or even recurring visitors! Book your boat tours in advance and travel down the whitewater rapids in style as you venture through the Devils Hole Rapids and the Niagara Gorge! Each trip lasts between 45 and 60 minutes and the best part is that, there is no age limit! Fun for the whole family, take your jet boat tour before the seasons over!!
The Niagara Falls History Museum currently has three exhibits; Food for Health, Gale Family War of 1812, and the Niagara Falls Community Gallery. The Food for Health exhibit is the only exhibit that is not currently ongoing and will be coming to an end on January 3rd, 2016. This exhibit takes a look at the foods we eat and how they do much more than entertain our tastebuds. It takes a closer look at these foods, how you prepare them, and how they affect your body. Are you REALLY what you eat? Find out before January 3rd!
For more information regarding this and other exhibits, visit: www.niagarafallsmuseums.ca
At the Ripley’s Believe It Or Not museum here in Niagara Falls (until December 27), they will be featuring the smallest event they’ve ever hosted; The Worlds Smallest Micro-Sculptures! How small is ‘the smallest’ really though? Well most of these sculptures are actually so small that they will fit on the head of a pin, or in the eye of a sewing needle! These teeny tiny tastes of art were created by artist Willard Wigan. Wigan creates these miniature masterpieces with homemade carving tools, using natural materials including his own eye lashes! These mini-marvals are on display at Ripley’s museum in Niagara Falls ‘Odditorium’ ONLY UNTIL DECEMBER 27!
For more information visit: http://www.ripleys.com/niagarafalls/odditorium/