With colder weather hitting the province, it’s time to bundle up and explore. There are so many things to do in Niagara this winter, 2022-2023.
From sipping wine by the fire to having dinner in a twinkling igloo, this region isn’t a place that gets boring when the temperatures start to drop.
In fact, visiting Niagara during the holiday season is one of the most magical experiences. So, here are seven things that you need to check out this winter.
Have Dinner Inside A Twinkling Igloo
The Old Stone Inn is the perfect place to cozy up this winter. You can enjoy a meal in both their heated domes and cabins. You’ll be treated to a three-course meal and can choose from an expensive wine and cocktail menu.
Take In The Views At The Winter Festival Of Lights
Named Canada’s largest free outdoor light festival, this event is taking place from November until February. You can wander through millions of twinkling lights and even catch some fireworks at the falls.
Sip Some Wine In A Snowy Vineyard
If you’re looking for things to do in Niagara during the winter, there are so many wineries that will let you sip vino in their snowy vineyards. One spot to check out is 13th Street, who are offering fireside flights.
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Take A Carriage Ride Through Niagara-On-The-Lake
If you want to travel back in time, you can explore the rich history of Niagara-on-the-Lake while riding in a horse-drawn carriage. The guided tour goes to the waterfront, through the Historical District and down the main street of Old Town.
Have Afternoon Tea At Prince Of Wales
Cozy up by the roaring fireplace and enjoy a traditional afternoon tea this winter. With mimosas, pastries, cheese and sandwiches being served, you’ll truly feel like royalty.
Test Your Skills At A Board Game Cafe
Grab some friends and head on over to Ludology Boardgame Cafe. You’ll be able to grab a cocktail and choose a few games to play from their massive library.