Niagara-on-the-Lake wine country has been voted Canada’s #1 Food & Wine Destination (TripAdvisor). Explore the abundance of well-known and artisanal wineries on your own or our concierge team can arrange your amazing tour, including private transportation.
Local winery partners include: Jackson Triggs, Ravine, Peller Estates, Trius and Reif Winery.
We are a short drive away from one of the seven wonders of the world, Niagara Falls. See the Falls from the sky with Niagara Helicopters, from boat with Hornblower Niagara Cruises or from within at Journey Behind the Falls. There are many family friendly attractions in Niagara Falls, so plan on more than one day to see them all.
The Shaw Festival theatre located in the village of Niagara-on-the-Lake features the works of George Bernard Shaw and his contemporaries. If the theatre beckons to you, this is a can't miss world-class experience with many festival season options as well as holiday specials.
Tour Operators listen up! We also partner with The Shaw Festival for group tours with our Curtain Call Package. Call 1.800.263.5766 x5680 or email our sales team for details and pricing.
The village of Niagara-on-the-Lake offers great shopping with a lovely meander around the old-fashioned boutiques.
For full-day power shopping, The Outlet Collection at Niagara, the largest outlet mall in Canada is located across from White Oaks Resort, so you can shop till you drop.
Niagara is filled with majestic wide open spaces, which is always a bonus for nature lovers. You'll find outdoor activity options for all levels including Bruce Trail hiking, mountain biking, paddleboarding, ziplining & more
A historical gem, Niagara has many important ties to the past, having been the original capital of Upper Canada. Buffs will want to visit the Brock Monument at Queenston Heights or Fort George, key sites of the War of 1812. The Village of Niagara-on-the-Lake itself, is filled with charming 19th century colonial buildings
A quick trip from the resort, the century old Welland Canal is a series of lift bridges spanning from Lake Ontario to Lake Erie and offers great views from the Lock 3 Museum, of the giant shipping vessels.
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