Niagara Falls CanadaThe breathtaking, world renowned Niagara Falls is only 15 minutes from South Landing Inn. It is a wondrous destination for couples and families alike. You will find; fine and casual dining, spas, casinos, nightlife and concerts, fireworks over the falls, plus many attractions offered by the Niagara Parks Commission, including the Butterfly Conservatory, Niagara's Fury and Journey Behind the Falls (just to name a few). You'll also want to experience the Maid-of-the-Mist, the Skylon Tower, the Ferris wheel plus kid-friendly Clifton Hill and the Winter Festival of Lights. Please visit the Niagara Parks website for detailed information. Photo courtesy The City of Niagara Falls, Ontario

Niagara-on-the-Lake photoNiagara-on-the-Lake's Historic District has a long and distinguished history and it is only 10 minutes from South Landing Inn. It is the place where sophisticated entertainment and rural pleasures live side by side. Enjoy a carriage ride through the charming streets of Old Town, or have a blast with a Jet Boat ride up the Niagara River. It has many attractions including historic sites, the Shaw Festival, the Pumphouse Art Centre, unique and unusual shopping and it is surrounded by vineyards and wineries. For more information on all Niagara-on-the-Lake has to offer please visit this Niagara-on-the-Lake website. Photo courtesy Tourism Niagara.

grapes for wine makingWineries and Wine Tours abound in the Niagara Region and it is one of the few regions in the world able to produce ice wine, a wine that is made from grapes that are left on the vine and then harvested in the winter resulting in a sensational taste experience. Niagara-on-the-Lake is home to 28 wineries, click here for more information. Photo courtesy Ann Dimon and Tourism Niagara.

logoDiscover the Shaw Festival Theatre, producing the works of George Bernard Shaw and Shavian playwrights, located in beautiful Niagara-on-the-Lake.  The Shaw has reached worldwide acclaim for it's stylish productions, vivid costumes and brilliant attention to detail, making each play a memorable experience. Visit the Shaw Festival website.

golf courseThe stunning landscape of Niagara is home to some of the country’s best golf courses. With 48 golf courses the region offers the greatest number of golf facilities in one region, anywhere in Canada. Recent involvement by PGA players and course designers has resulted in challenging, rewarding courses throughout the region. The Niagara-on-the-Lake Golf Course is touted to be the oldest 9 hole golf course in North America. Click here for your choice of local golf courses. Photo Niagara Whirlpool Golf Course is courtesy The Niagara Parks Commission.

Music Niagara logoMusic Niagara showcases amazing music in Niagara-on-the-Lake in matchless settings which complement each one;  jazz under the stars, Vivaldi in the vineyards, chamber music works in historic church concerts, and more.  We bring together great art, great artists, and inspired audiences in venues rich with culture and history.  This concert program ranges from classical to jazz and from choral to cabaret and they are not only unimaginably good, but unexpectedly affordable.  Quality, charm, and accessibility allow MUSIC NIAGARA to offer culture with ease. Visit Music Niagara or call: 905-468-5566.

artpark logoWestern New York’s premier summer music and theater destination, located on 150 acres overlooking the breathtaking Niagara River Gorge in Historic Lewiston. Artpark features a 2,400-seat Mainstage Theater and seating lawn presenting concerts and Broadway musical performances, and an Outdoor Amphitheater home to weekly free concerts. Artpark also offers visual arts exhibits, family events, festivals, scenic picnic areas, hiking trails, historic sites and fishing docks. Open year round with scheduled events taking place during May through August. Check out the Artpark Website or call 716-754-4375.