Defined by the charm of a bygone time, the 19th century town of Niagara-on-the-Lake has long been an enticing getaway for visitors to the region. Whether you’re in the mood for escarpment views, wine tasting, a waterfront bike ride, or a Niagara-on-the-Lake spa experience, this beloved destination has exactly what you’re after.
When you’re finished sipping on local vintages and lingering in the old town, book a car in Niagara-on-the-Lake and discover the attractions that abound along in the Niagara Peninsula.
Slow down and savour these Niagara-on-the-Lake highlights at your own pace and experience first hand what makes this part of Ontario so enchanting.
Of all the Niagara-on-the-Lake beaches, Queen’s Royal is the only one available for public swimming, making it the perfect spot for a summer dip. Fantastic views of Lake Ontario, Fort Niagara, and New York State can also be enjoyed from the shoreline.
When it comes to biking Niagara-on-the-Lake can’t be beat. The Waterfront Trail offers idyllic views of Lake Ontario, Lake Erie, and the Niagara River that will make you fall in love with the region.
The Niagara-on-the-Lake wine scene is in a league of its own, and is home to the world famous Niagara Icewine. Indulgent and varied, wine tasting in Niagara-on-the-Lake can be enjoyed with a guided tour, dining experience, or self-guided along scenic bike trails.
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When you’ve lingered long enough in Niagara-on-the-Lake, book a car and set your sights on the rest of the Niagara Peninsula to discover local culture, sandy beaches, and its spectacular waterfalls.Book the perfect car
Shopping, dining, and waterfront views await in this nautical city on Niagara’s south coast, less than an hour's drive from Niagara-on-the-Lake. Watch the ships as they come in, browse the boutiques, or enjoy a day at the beach as part of this vibrant day trip.
As the largest city in the Niagara region, nearby St. Catharine’s brims with a thriving arts scene, farmers markets, and craft breweries and distilleries, making it a worthwhile visit packed with culture and flavour.
Drawing visitors from all over the world, the natural wonder of Niagara Falls is an unforgettable sight surrounded by lively attractions. From ziplines to waterparks to botanic gardens, this tourist hotspot has something for everyone and is not to be missed.
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Stretching from Niagara-on-the-Lake south to Fort Erie, this route is the definitive scenic drive of the Niagara Peninsula, coasting alongside the river and passing through attractions including historic Fort George, Laura Secord Homestead, the Butterfly Conservatory, and of course the mighty Horseshoe Falls themselves.
Short but sweet, this picturesque drive starts at the heritage town of Port Dalhousie and cruises past historic lighthouses, as well as views of vineyards, escarpment, and the Toronto skyline.
Running from Wainfleet to Fort Erie, this drive was made for a sunny day, winding along the shores of Lake Erie and through its many beaches and waterfront communities. Pack a picnic lunch and take off for a day of swimming and sightseeing.
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