The Niagara region has a fairly large selection of festivals throughout the year, celebrating the local wine making and food culture. The Days of Wine and Chocolate is one of these events, and arguably one of the most decadent.
February is known as a month of romance—which is amplified during the month throughout Niagara Falls. It’s also a time to spend time with your family, as Monday, February 15th is an official holiday in Ontario, named Family Day.
New York State officials are planning to shut off Niagara Falls, albeit temporarily.
The Seven Wonders of the World is a classic list, dating back to early Ancient Greece and in content.
If you are fascinated by animal life and enjoy close encounters with these interesting creatures, Niagara Falls has some wonderful places on both sides of the border. Niagara Falls itself does not have an official zoo. However, animal lovers are still able to visit and view animals. Here are four of the top Niagara Region Zoos (or Zoo alternatives).
When others slow down, Niagara speeds up. January is a headline month in Niagara Falls and there’s so much to do. From Icewine Festivals to concerts, culinary delights to the Winter Festival of Lights, there’s always something to do in Niagara Falls during the month of January.
In winter, the Niagara River comes alive with several species of migratory birds that make it their home during this time of the year. Thousands of birds especially gulls and waterfowl flock to the river for overwintering during November, December and early January, depending on weather conditions.