St. Catharines is the largest city in the Niagara region and should definitely be on your bucket list. St. Catharines has always been synonymous with festivals, sporting events, regattas and now is preparing to cohost the 2021 Canada Summer Games. With a newly revitalized downtown, complete with fantastic arts & entertainment venues and foodie-approved dining options, it’s become a must-visit destination for anyone who appreciates artisanal influences, fresh farm to table and the growing craft beverage industry.
Niagara Falls is always in season. While the city is known for its vibrancy in the warmer months, with colour blooming along the parkway, the great natural wonder and region transform into a frozen landscape unlike any other in the winter. Ice buildups create the illusion of frozen falls with icicles framing the bordering edges and a frozen mist blanketing surrounding trees, truly creating a winter wonderland!
Niagara’s Twenty Valley encompasses Beamsville, Vineland and Jordan offering unique experiences from exquisite boutique shopping, sipping flights of wine, beer, cider and spirits at any of our 40 + premium wineries, craft breweries, distilleries and more. Premier golf courses, heritage sites, museums, art galleries and a variety of accommodation options are all nestled in the heart of Twenty Valley.
Niagara-on-the-Lake is a mere 20 minutes from Niagara Falls, and beyond its rich theatrical offerings being home to the Shaw Festival, the town is filled with heritage, boutique shopping, culinary, cultural and outdoorsy adventure.
Niagara's South Coast
Port Colborne is the heart of Niagara’s South Coast offers a thriving festival and entertainment scene that includes live theatre, white sandy beaches, culinary favourites, the world- class Sugarloaf Marina, fishing, golfing, recreation and unique shopping districts.