The 'Niagara On The Lake Bed & Breakfast Association' presents the history, wine region, activities, Niagara Gorge and the majestic Niagara Falls within Ontario's most popular tourist destination, the Niagara Region.
You can walk along the shoreline of Lake Ontario, do a paddleboat ride, enjoy sunsets on the waterfront, visit wineries in Ontario, Niagara on the Lake wine country, do a Niagara wine tour, buy ice wine, find out what is VQA, see when grapes are harvested visit craft breweries, visit the historic town, see a play at the Shaw Festival theatre.
A place to wonder and a place to learn, the Mackenzie Printery is where you’ll discover 500 years of printing technology!
The Niagara Apothecary was once a law firm that was converted into an apothecary. Or in today's language a pharmacy. This place used to sell Leeches and during the golden days of patent medicine pharmacists could literally sell you snake oil and make preposterous claims about what it could do for you.
The Niagara-on-the-Lake Museum (formerly the Niagara Historical Society & Museum) is home to one of the finest collections of early Canadian artefacts and archives. Founded in 1895, the object of the Society was to encourage the study of Canadian history and to collect and preserve Canadian historical records and relics.
A little Ghostly History from Niagara on the Lake. A small town near Canada’s wonder of the world, Niagara Falls. Considered to be Canada’s most haunted town. A long history, violence and so many haunting stories in a small place...
An extensive tour of the Niagara Gorge & Falls from the viewer's POV, exploring the origin of numerous overlooked wonders all along the length of the river.