The warm weather is finally back and there are so many things to do in Niagara for the summer of 2022.
If you’re looking to explore every part of the region, here are eight things that are sure to keep you busy throughout the coming months!
Goat Yoga In The Vineyards
If you love animals and fitness, you’ll want to add this event to your bucket list. FoxDen Yoga will be hosting sessions with goats at two wineries throughout the summer months.
Classes are around $65 per person and come with a flight of wine or cider for you to enjoy as well.
Fireworks Above The Falls
Fireworks will be going off every single night (weather permitting) from now until Monday, October 10th.
Head down to the falls to take in the spectacular views at 10 p.m.
Visit The Hidden Lilac Garden
If you’re looking for things to do in Niagara this summer, you’ll want to check out this hidden gem.
While many tourists hit up the famous floral clock, this garden right around the corner is often missed. In the summer you can take photos with blooming purple hues.
See An Outdoor Movie
From June until September, you can watch movies under the stars at the Outlet Collection at Niagara.
Some feature films include Encanto, Luca and Secret Life of Pets 2.
Head Through An Underground Tunnel To The Falls
The Tunnel at the Niagara Parks Power Station is set to open on July 1st and will offer stunning views of the falls.
You can descend over 180 feet beneath the surface in a glass-panelled elevator before entering the viewing platform where the tunnel used to empty into the Niagara River.
Do A Wine Tasting
There are so many wineries to check out in the Niagara Region, and a wine tasting is a perfect way to spend the day.
Some wineries even serve up some amazing wood-fired pizza, so you can also stop for a nice lunch.
Jackson-Triggs Summer Concert Series
One of the best things to do in Niagara for the summer of 2022 will be to check out the return of Jackson-Triggs concert series.
From June until August you can jam out to so many local artists.
Take In The Views From The Niagara Skywheel
Of course, a visit to Niagara wouldn’t be complete without checking off some of the tourist attractions.
Head down to the falls and explore Clifton Hill. You can even take in stunning views from the Skywheel.