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.
Niagara Falls has long been one of the biggest New Years Eve party destinations. New Years Eve 2016 is no exception, but with one new wrinkle added for this years festivity.
Niagara’s long been known for having a vibrant night life to accompany its daytime activities. If you’re unsure about where to start in filling your evenings while in Niagara Falls (outside of viewing the Falls), the following tips can help guide your evening options.
With advances in Technology, kart comfort and course design, Go-karting is set to begin a new era.
The history and current state of the Welland Canal, one of the largest Canal’s in the world.
The 2015-2016 iteration of the Winter Festival of Lights is set to be the biggest yet, featuring over 3 million individual lights, 5KM of lights and 120 displays.