Marineland was opened over 50 years ago and takes great pride in educating the world on its unique aquatic life and attractions. Attractions at Marineland include: the Arctic Cover (where you can get up close and personal to touch and feed the white whales), friendship cove (which allows an uncles underwater view of the killer whale), the Beluga whales, and even traditional land animals (including bison, elk, and deer)! Marineland has something to offer everyone!
To find out more information visit: www.marineland.ca
The Royal Ontario Museum is one of the worlds leading natural history and world cultures, museums. They offer a wide variety of exhibitions that change frequently throughout the year in order to give you the best experience possible. Currently on display they have exhibitions including: Viva Mexico! (clothing and culture), New Dino Discovered (yes thats right, a new dinosaur has been discovered!!), Dawn of Life Preview, Toronto Underfoot, The Bat Cave, and more! They also feature a slew of exhibitions in their gallery, where you can find statues and sculptures from all around the world, and even paintings and artifacts from places including, Egypt, China, Greece, and Nubia!
For more information regarding visits and exhibits, visit: www.rom.on.ca
Stanley Park is Vancouvers first and largest urban park! Home to an abundance of wildlife and greenery, you can explore 400-hectares of land, including hiking and biking trails, as well as trails by the lake. Stanley Park is also home to the famous Seawall which you can cycle alongside for 8.8km! As the snow falls this winter, bundle up, and hike on!
For more information visit: http://vancouver.ca/parks-recreation-culture/stanley-park.aspx
Join us here at NOTL for Ontario’s best Santa Claus Parade! Beginning at 11am on December 12, this is sure to get you in the holiday spirit! Fun for the whole family, there will be food, candy, and holiday cheer! Beginning on Wellingtonto Buron and then on to Queen Street, admission is FREE, and will last until a little after noon that day.
For more information visit: http://www.niagarafallstourism.com/events/niagara-on-the-lake-santa-claus-parade/
On December 3rd, 6:30pm, join the Niagara area for a candlelight stroll through the streets. You will be able to purchase candles here to carry along with you ($3 per candle or $5 for 2 candles). Admission fee is a non-perishable food item for the Food Bank. Fun for the whole family, and a wonderful way to start off the holiday season, be sure to join us for this beautiful walk through the town.
For more information visit: https://www.niagaraonthelake.com/displayevent/jpage/1/p/de/id/1733/content.do
Take a stroll through Old Town Niagara on this 3 hour narrated wine tour! These tours depart daily downtown at 10am, 1pm, and 3pm. Visiting 4 award winning wineries, you will be given the opportunity to taste 16-20 different wines along with gourmet cheeses and a chucuterie tray that will be paired with the selected wines. Here you will also learn about the intricate process of winemaking. Reserve your spot today!!
For more information visit: www.niagaragetaways.com
Roll through the Niagara area on this self-guided bicycle and wine tour! Travel at your own pace between winery to winery and spend as much time at each, as you would like! These daily tours are from 10am-5pm (but are closed on Monday and Tuesday). Ticket prices vary depending on if you would like to join the group for a picnic lunch, regardless, each ticket includes your bicycle tour, helmet, the tour through 5 award winning wineries, 16-20 different wines to taste, a trip to a winery where you will learn about the process of wine making, and a personal pickup of any of your wine purchases made while on tour! Make your reservation today before the weather gets too chilly!!
For more information, visit: www.niagaragetaways.com
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
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