What’s New In Niagara?
Is Fall your favourite season? Well throw on your cozy sweater wrap and favourite wool mittens and get out in the Niagara Region to experience this season’s top events.
Sip and Savour and Wine & Dine
Calling all wine lovers. Niagara’s biggest wine festival makes it way back to Montebello Park in St. Catharine’s, Ontario from September 18- 28, 2014. The Niagara Wine Festival also known in previous years as ‘Grape and Wine’ is a two-week festival that features a number of local award-winning wineries serving up some of their famous blends, along with tasty culinary offerings from local food vendors and food trucks.
The event is for families, (mostly adults) also offers nightly musical entertainment and many exciting and creative ways to get your hands on free goodies.
Music To the Ears
Sing along and sway in your seat. The Shaw Festival is in full swing from September until end of October featuring the famous and award- winning production of ‘Caberet’. Critics have been raving about the musical masterpiece live on stage. Make it a night on the town with dinner and a show.
Let The Sparks Fly
The weather may be getting cooler, but we have the perfect solution to cuddle up while still enjoying a night out with your sweetheart in Niagara Falls, Canada. Hornblower Niagara Cruises introduces its brand new Falls Fireworks evening cruise. The 40-minute cruise is a fantastic way to see the Falls illuminate with an array of colour while adding the spark or shall we say sparks in the starry lite sky above. Enjoy refreshing cocktails while enjoying sweet and salty snacks and tapping your feet and swaying your hips to a selection of fine music. If you prefer to stay dry but still see the scenery, be sure to view the falls behind the floor to ceiling glass retractable walls that provide the comfort and convenience. Hornblower Niagara Cruises daytime and evening cruises will operate until November 16, 2014. Go ahead and surprise your love one with a night on the town in Niagara Falls, Canada. Book your tickets for the Falls Fireworks Evening cruises today.
Hair Raising Experience
Niagara-on-the-Lake may be known as Canada’s prettiest town but it also happens to be the most haunted town. The Ghost Tours at Fort George in Niagara-on-the-Lake, Canada features guided ghostly night walks that are 1- 2 hours that take its guests through a hair raising walk on the old grounds of what was once Fort George and battleground. What makes this guided walk so spectacular and popular is due to the number of stories that tell true tales of those who once fought for the British in 1800s. Throughout the years, Fort George National Historical Site has seen a number of paranormal activities from its employees and even some previous guests! Thinking of looking for a bone chilling experience? The tour advises its guests to dress accordingly to the weather as most of the tour is located outside.
Laugh Out Loud
One of television’s funniest shows, ‘Who’s Line Is It Anyway?’ comes to stage as, ‘Who’s Live Anyways?’ at the Scotiabank Convention Centre, in Niagara Falls, Canada on Saturday, September 27, 2014 starting at 8pm. The travelling comedic act star in 2-hour production featuring non-stop laughter. Enjoy a entertaining night on the town.