Niagara-on-the-Lake 
Itineraries

Check here for things to do and see!

Glendale

 

Bordering Niagara on the Lake, St. Catharines, Thorold and Niagara Falls, Glendale area has quick access to the entire Niagara Region. This exciting hub of innovation has lots to offer. Dining, Shopping, Sipping and Recreation are just some of the offerings here!

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Consider visiting the Outlet Collection at Niagara. Located in the beautiful Niagara region, minutes from Niagara Falls, this refreshing new outlet concept combines brand name fashion and lifestyle retailers—all at outlet prices you can’t resist! Outlet Collection at Niagara features 100+ irresistible outlet brands to explore!

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As a gateway for the Niagara wine region, the Wine Visitor + Education Centre celebrates the Ontario and Canadian grape and wine industry through informative displays, tours, and an information centre to assist visitors in their exploration of wines and wine country. The Centre also supports the promotion and growth of wine and culinary tourism in Niagara and the continued economic development in these key industries. Visit here to gain a deeper understanding of the unique area we live in, and take home some amazing product as well!

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Nestled on 13 acres in the very heart of Niagara area attractions and Niagara-on-the Lake wineries, modern and refined, White Oaks Resort & Spa delivers luxury hotel service and a host of outstanding amenities. A world class conference centre, Four Diamond accommodations, award winning dining options with LIV Restaurant and Play Bar + Grill, the serene world of The Spa and the amazing fitness and racquet phenomenon The Club at White Oaks all welcome you.

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Other accommodations include the beautiful and convenient Hilton Garden Inn and Holiday Inn & Staybridge Suites. Centrally located and offering amenities to make your stay memorable!

St. Davids 

St. Davids is a quiet township near scenic Queenston. Consider visiting here to gain a true "local" perspective and learn more about our story! 

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Ravine Vineyard Estate is a timeless destination that is steeped in family legacy and agricultural heritage. Their fifth generation family farm is home to their organic vineyards, award-winning culinary experiences, event venues, community gatherings, and more.

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Family-owned and operated, The Grist is the newest restaurant in St. Davids. Boasting on-site brewing, a great menu and relaxed atmosphere, this property is a historical landmark and has been revived for generations to enjoy!

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Carefully crafted using artisanal chocolate panning and molding techniques, CFX provides an incredible assortment of products that can delight even the most discriminating palate. Their mission is to explore unusual taste combinations and twist the expected norms.  Their chocolate delicacies are made in our chocolate factory in St. Davids, Ontario, Canada – right in the heart of Niagara-On-The-Lake’s wine region. They offer free daily tours, have samples available of our chocolate creations, and a large retail store so you can take some treats with you.

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Château des Charmes was founded in 1978 with the idea that growing their own grapes was the best way to make fine wine. Steeped in history and providing a wonderful environment for visitors, this winery will surely provide an experience you'll remember!

Queenston

 

One of the oldest sites in Canada, Queenston offers visitors a chance to walk in history's footsteps. Trails, parks, and a quaint victorian village are some of the many reasons to visit!

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Nestled high atop the Niagara Escarpment, Queenston Heights Park combines leisure and history in one scenic location. At the entrance to this historic park, visitors are greeted by grand carpet bedding displays that surround both the Brock and Laura Secord Monuments. Facilities include two picnic pavilions, washrooms, a children’s splash pad, tennis courts, a band shell, snack bar, playground and seasonal fine dining at Queenston Heights Restaurant.

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Discover 500 years of printing technology inside the restored home of publisher, rebellion leader and Toronto’s first mayor, William Lyon Mackenzie.

Located in the quaint village of Queenston, the Mackenzie Printery offers a hands-on experience with a working linotype and eight operating heritage presses. Don’t miss the rare Louis Roy Press, the oldest printing press in Canada and one of the few original wooden presses remaining in the world.

Virgil

The heart of Niagara on the Lake! A rural farming community, you'll find seasonal fruit stands boasting Niagara's finest grown fruits and vegetables. You'll also find plenty of options for dining, exploring and more!

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Situated in the heart of Virgil, Antiques on Creek is a multi-dealership that allows you to explore the history of our world through vast displays of local and international treasures.  Come and discover our unique one-of-a-kind finds in furniture, trinkets, clothing, accessories, and so much more! 

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Located in the heart of Virgil, The Pie Plate offers fresh coffee, breakfast sandwiches, juices, smoothies, fruit pies and a variety of baked goods made from scratch. Enjoy yours on the patio or indoors!

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The Grove started in July 2019, as a modern farm shop, full of fresh local products, produce and culinary creations. Their mission is simple - Consciously Sourced. From fresh produce, pantry items, house and beauty, bakery and groceries, The Grove is your one stop market!

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Tourism Niagara-on-the-Lake has implemented the new safety measures for travelers that the @WTTC has recognized and approved through the #SafeTravels Stamp.

Contact The Niagara-on-the-Lake Chamber of Commerce