The Fruit Shack is a family-operated market and bakery specializing in top quality home-grown and locally sourced fruits/vegetables. We also have a large selection of drug and hormone-free chicken, beef and pork from the Amish in St. Jacobs, ON.We make our own "More Fruit, Less Sugar" jams, apple sauce and kettle corn. Plus, we offer a great selection of Canadian-made products for hostess gifts or your own enjoyment.If you are looking for a tasty treat, try our world famous butter tarts. We bake on all days that we are open. It is advised to call ahead and reserve your baked goods, as we bake "from scratch" and they have a tendency to fly off our shelves.The Fruit Shack is open 7 days a week in full season and 3 days a week from November to mid June.We are located just 7 minutes from the QEW, on the way to beautiful Niagara-on-the-Lake, situated on a 13 acre farm which has been in our family for over 60 years.We are passionate about our quality fruits/veggies & welcome you to our market.Come taste the difference and hear our passion.Check out our website at www.thefruitshack.com or Facebook https://m.facebook.com/TheFruitShackNOTL/ for more information, especially as it relates to market hours and days.
neob (Niagara Essential Oils & Blends) has an extensive variety of lavender products. neob creates products that make you feel good about yourself.Products include essential oils, body and skin care, home décor, culinary, sprays and mists and much more.Facility tours are available daily, year-round. neob is committed to conduct business that positively affects us and the world around us, thus giving us a superior product.Open Monday to Saturday 10 am to 6 pm and Sundays 11 am to 6 pm.Be sure to attend their Lavender Festival in 2015 and Garlic Festival, Saturday, September 13.
King St. Gallery is an Art Gallery featuring the works of Canadian artists. We also offer a 'SPLASH' event where groups of 10 - 20 can enjoy 2 hours of painting at an easel with or without instruction and accompanied by a tutored tasting of wine and cheese.Open daily from June 1st September 30 -10am-8pmSunday to Wednesday 10am-5pm Thursday to Saturday 10am-7pmClosed Tuesdays, Open Saturday, Sunday, Monday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday 10am-5pm**Extended hours Friday evenings October 1st to December 22nd from 10am-9pm Open until 9 pm every Friday until ChristmasKing Street Gallery is an exciting, new gallery in Niagara-on-the-Lake, in the heart of the Historic District. The building itself, originally built in 1791, is one of the oldest buildings in Niagara. It was the building that housed the first Legislative Assembly and was later used as an Army Barracks during the war of 1812. In it's present transformation, it stays true to it's roots by housing the works of creative and inspired minds.
Music Niagara is Niagara's largest music festival, now in its 18th season. The annual summer festival runs from mid-July to mid August, presenting classical, jazz, choral, country and vocal music in intimate venues in and around Niagara-on-the-Lake. Musicians come from all around the world to play at Music Niagara.www.musicniagara.org for updated schedule
Located in a restored 1891 water pumping station, the centre was established to provide residents and visitors with an environment which encourages interest in various forms of visual art. Classes, workshops, lectures and exhibitions in a wide range of meduims are ongoing.Open to everyone:Tuesday-Sunday from 11:00 am - 4:00 pm Closed Mondays and Holidays.Having a social or business event?Inquire about our Room RentalThe Niagara Pumphouse Arts Centre is available for rent for your business, educational, yoga/tai-chi class or social event. Rates are reasonable, and we offer discounted rates to non-profit and community organizations. We can also provide advice about Town and LCBO permits that you may need to considerFacilities:Open all yearPicturesque outdoor space suitable for tents, booths, and tables, overlooking the Niagara RiverEquipped kitchenFree parking on-site and nearbyWithin walking distance of hotels, restaurants and the Shaw Festival TheatreProjector and screen included in rental costRoom capacities:Walker Room holds up to 80 people seated, 120 standingGallery holds up to 30 people seated, 50 standing
SHAW FESTIVALThe Shaw Festival... the perfect intermission from life!Nestled in the heart of Niagara-on-the-Lake, The Shaw is one of North America’s finest cultural attractions. Each year, from April to December, The Shaw offers an eclectic array of award-winning musicals, quirky comedies, bold dramas and sweeping classics. Plus, A Christmas Carol and Holiday Inn on stage in November and December.The Shaw Festival’s 2019 Season features 13 productions presented on the Festival’s three stages. Highlights include: the much-loved musical Brigadoon with ravishing tunes and stunning dances; The Ladykillers, a deliciously macabre comedy that took the West End by storm and makes its North American premiere; The Horse and His Boy by C.S. Lewis – a magical, adventurous journey into Narnia; and Man and Superman with Don Juan in Hell, a not-to-be-missed special theatrical event.Phone: 1-800-511-7429 or 905-468-2172Website: www.shawfest.com Address: Shaw Festival, 10 Queen’s Parade, Box 774, Niagara-on-the-Lake, ON L0S 1J0There is also so much beyond the stage ... backstage tours, pre-show talks, post-show chats, including Creating The Horse and His Boy, a pre-show workshop! Join an actor from The Horse and His Boy and help to create the show. Fun for all ages. $5 with a ticket to the performance.
Avondale Dairy Bar is one of those unique, must see stops of any visit to Niagara. In operation since 1956- it is a destination for hundreds of thousands of happy ice cream lovers yearly!Three generations of local residents have continued the tradition and they notice that not much has change here in the last 50 years- we still look almost the same as we did in 1956!We are close to major routes the QEW, Highway 55 and the Welland Canal Located on a Niagara country wine route, we are easily accessible from Niagara-on-the-Lake, Old Town (6 min), Niagara Falls (5 min) and St Catharines including Port Dalhousie (10 min) see map.Sit outside and relax in rural Niagara farm country- and enjoy the region's finest ice cream made right on premise- while the kids play on the swings. You'll love the background of a working dairy farm with about 90 Holstein cows (Stewart Haven Farms), cornfields and vineyards
Ghost Walks of Niagara-on-the-LakeDiscover Canada's most haunted town. Highlights the rich stories befitting of such a historically dark place like Niagara-on-the-Lake.Includes the famous ghost of an angry soldier at The Angel Inn, a violent legend on the shores of Lake Ontario, and the house that makes cameras go crazy. With stops outside the Niagara-on-the-Lake Courthouse, Prince of Wales Hotel, Apothecary and Royal George Theatre.Stories of séances, town secrets, legends in the birth place of our nation and the violent heart of the only war fought on Canadian soil.Starts from our gift shop of the curious, novel and mystical.Shop Hours of Operation…May, June, July & August – 7 days a week!Saturday & Sunday - 1pm until 8:30pmMonday until Friday - 5pm until 8:30pmGhost Walks every night at 8:30pm----------------------------------------------------------------September & October – 7 days a week!Saturday & Sunday - 1pm until 8:00pmMonday until Friday - 4:30pm until 8:00pmGhost Walk every night at 8:00pm----------------------------------------------------------------Tours happening November to MaySee www.ghostwalks.com for a calendar----------------------------------------------------------------For Details and Reservation visit www.ghostwalks.com or call 1 (855) 8GHOSTS (844-6787)
24 hour shuttle service. Serving Pearson International Toronto, Hamilton and Buffalo Airports, door to door guaranteed service. Uniformed, professional drivers, bus, chauffeur cars and stretch limousines.
Niagara Culinary Tours offers the unique experience of a walking food tour. Think of it as speed dating with restaurants! We offer a blend of culture, food and history. Enjoy what Niagara's locally owned and operated restaurants have to offer. Each Niagara Culinary Tour will visit several local restaurants where you will have a taste of Niagara cuisine and meet chefs, owners and friendly hospitality professionals. Along the way your guide will talk about the history of the area and point out cultural landmarks. You will get a chance to eat, walk and embrace your inner foodie!Niagara Culinary Tours began after a trip to Charleston where a food tour inspired Steven and Kimberley to create their own company. Realizing how incredibly lucky they are to live in Niagara they knew this was a wonderful way to share their good fortune with others. We have so many chefs known for being locavores, an area steeped in history, surrounded by VQA wines and the Niagara Escarpment. Whether you are a visiting world traveller, a day tripper or a local who wants to stop and smell the prosciutto, Niagara Culinary Tours is for you!Book your next tour here.
Experience the power of Niagara Falls, the engineering marvel of the Welland Canal and the history of Niagara-on-the-Lake and the centuries old Fort George and Fort Niagara, all within the comfy confines of a private plane.Scenic and thrilling, Niagara Falls Air Tours makes for a great day out with the kids, an intimate date, or a fun afternoon with some friends. Book your tour now and come to Niagara District Airport, Niagara-on-the-Lake, Canada. We can't wait to see you!Three Tours Available:Grand Tour of NiagaraNiagara FallsNiagara Escarpment Tour
Pillitteri's winemaking philosophy is quite simple: "To produce the finest VQA wines possible from the highest quality grapes grown in Niagara". This approach has earned Pillitteri Estates over 450 international and domestic medals. Award winning VQA wines include full-bodied red wines; lively, fresh white wines; and exquisite varietals of their flagship product, Icewine. As the world's largest estate producer of Icewine, Pillitteri is also recognized as one of the most innovative, creating diverse varietals such as Shiraz and Semillon Icewines. Public tours are available all year, where you can explore our vineyards, production facility & barrel cellar. Daily tastings are available in our wine boutique. Private tours and formal tastings available by appointment. Our Hospitality Room is available for corporate functions and various wine education events.
Visit RiverBrink Art Museum and experience fine art in a unique setting. The museum is housed in the former country home of Samuel E. Weir, and the year-round exhibition schedule includes both historical and contemporary art. Visitors may also enjoy browsing through the art reference library located on the lower level, and exploring the gift shop which features work by local artists and artisans. Located midway between Niagara Falls and Niagara-on-the-Lake on the beautiful Niagara Parkway, RiverBrink is a site where art and history intersect. Close by the museum is the historic village of Queenston and Queenston Heights National Historic Site. A stroll through the village takes visitors past local attractions such as the School of Restoration Arts at Willowbank, Laura Secord House and the McKenzie Printery. (905) 262-4510116 Queenston Streethttp://riverbrink.org/
Royal Niagara Golf Club is a “must play” course of international standing. Playing over 7,000 yards from the tips, the 27 hole course features sculpted fairways, undulating greens, cavernous bunkers, and an abundance of water. Nestled between the historic 120-year-old Welland Canal, the beautiful Bruce Trail, and the Niagara Escarpment, Royal Niagara is a stunning course to experience.With three impressive 9-hole courses; The Escarpment Course, The Iron Bridge Course, and The Old Canal Course, Royal Niagara is built to the highest championship standards. Each nine is balanced in terms of length and challenge, and the result is three very unique nine hole golf courses.Royal Niagara Golf Club was designed by Architect Ted Baker, renowned for his work on numerous golf courses, including Brampton’s Lionhead Golf & Country Club. Crafted in the best traditions of golf course design, Royal Niagara is a masterpiece: “This will be the finest golf course in the Niagara Region,” declares Ted Baker. Location is an important aspect in the creation of a great golf course, however the architect’s ability to blend the course with the surrounding greenery is equally significant. “A great golf course should come out of the landscape effortlessly, as if the holes were already there,” explains Ted Baker, who further states, “I design good golf courses. Once every ten years I get to design a great golf course. Royal Niagara is what I believe to be truly great.”
Established in 1875, this club is the oldest Golf Club in North America. The nine-hole course is challenging and located in the heritage district on the shore of Lake Ontario. The club also offers a full service restaurant serving breakfast, lunch and dinner. In season, please join us on the patio for lighter fare and the best view in town! Please visit our website for further details. Reservations recommended.
The 9-hole Queenston Golf Club in Queenston, ON is a public golf course that opened in 1966. Queenston Golf Club measures 2857 yards from the longest tees.Pro in house: YesRental clubs: YesRental carts: Yes
Established in 1932, the St. David' Golf course is one of Niagara's Oldest Courses. Situated along the spectacular Niagara Escarpment, St. David's Golf Course offers golfers, 2,650 yards of scenic beauty.The course offers a 9-hole layout with a friendly, relaxed atmosphere. No tee time required.Club and cart rentals available.Course policies:No Metal spikes allowed:.Dress code: No tank tops or cutoffsCredit cards accepted
Established in 1895, visit our permanent exhibition of Niagara-on-the-Lake's history and our temporary gallery which changes twice per year.. Check our website for more information on special events and exhibitions. Open daily May-October, 10 am -5 pm and November-April, 1-5 pm.
Located at the mouth of the Niagara River and Lake Ontario.
Il Gelato di Carlotta is proud to introduce Canada to a gelato made just outside Milan that is rated No. 1 in Italy for its purity and taste.Experience the real taste of pistachios from Bronte in Sicily, Hazelnuts from Piemonte, Alphonso mangoes from Bombay, Coconuts from Sri Lanka, Strawberries from Niagara-on-the-Lake... our list is endless.Experience gelato without emulsifers and stabilizers or refined white sugar, which is the standard fare of most other gelatos.Gelato, Sorbetto, Biscotti sandwiches, Stick-O!, Specialty Coffees ground and brewed as you wait, and much more.