Visit Niagara on the Lake
Niagara on the Lake used to be called Newark and was capital of Upper Canada for a short period of time. Being close to the border it was overtaken by America in the War of 1812. The British regained it and rebuilt the town after the peace treaty of 1814.
Start your Niagara tour with a visit to the Fort George National Historic Site. Here you'll learn more about the War of 1812 and also about the fort's use during the First and Second World Wars. Let the guides lead you through the restored British military headquarters and gain a greater insight into life at the barracks.
Take a walk around the small Georgian town where the mouth of the Niagara River empties into Lake Ontario. You'll notice floral decorations, pristine streets and an abundance of parks.
Plan your visit in time for the Shaw Festival when theatrical performances are staged. Enjoy a tour of local vineyards or take advantage of Niagara Falls being so close.
Top itineraries in Niagara on the Lake
Explore the provinces of Ontario and Québec on this tailor-made self-drive holiday through Eastern Canada. Combine in the wild beauty of Algonquin National Park, the unique history of Québec City and the awesome power of Niagara Falls with city stays in cutting-edge Montréal and Toronto.
Starting in Toronto you have time to explore the delights of this vibrant city before moving on through the province finishing in the cosmopolitan city of Montréal.
Enjoy the bright lights of Toronto in eastern Canada before getting off the beaten track to explore regions of Ontario often overlooked. Hike the trails of Bruce Peninsula National Park and dive amongst the shipwrecks in the Fathom Five National Marine Park, and lose yourself in the Canadian wilds.
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Top places to stay in Niagara on the Lake
Discover the world-class wines of Niagara-on-the-Lake in style with your own private tour guide. Your experience also includes two fully guided tours with tastings at Chateau des Charmes and Inniskillin wineries; Inniskillin in particular is famed for its ice wine.
The Prince of Wales is located in the pretty town of Niagara-on-the-Lake with a restaurant which is regarded as one of the best in the area.
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