With February 14 quickly approaching, you’re running out of time to make those last-minute plans for things to do this Valentine’s Day in Niagara for 2022.
Luckily, we’ve compiled a list of spots that are sure to sweep that special someone off their feet. From dinner to wine to a romantic horse and carriage ride, there’s no reason to be sitting at home this holiday season.
Dine In A Magical Glowing Igloo
You can bundle up in your own personal heated dome at Old Stone Inn this Valentine’s Day.
Enjoy a gourmet meal and wine while looking out at the twinkling lights. The specialty menu includes a blood orange sorbet sparkling wine float and so many delicious meals and desserts.
Skate Under The Star At Wayne Gretzky Winery
For those who enjoy the outdoors, Wayne Gretzky Winery will let you skate under twinkling stars at their ice rink.
With the reservation, you will also have access to their heated patio, where you can warm up with some boozy drinks including a maple spiked mulled wine and a hometown hot chocolate.
Romantic Horse And Carriage Ride Through NOTL
If you’re looking for things to do for Valentine’s Day in Niagara, it doesn’t get much better than galloping through the historic town of NOTL.
You can hop into the back of a horse-drawn carriage and sneak kisses while learning about the history of the town.
Kiss Ontop Of The Niagara Skywheel
You and your special someone can put your fear of heights to the test this Valentine’s Day at the Niagara Skywheel.
As one of Canada’s largest observation wheels, it’s the perfect place to have that romantic kiss.
Have A Spa Weekend
White Oaks Resort and Spa is the perfect place to unwind if you and your boo are looking to get away from the hustle of the city for a while.
You can book a weekend stay and enjoy their spa, food and more.
Taste Some Wine At Between The Lines
Of course, it wouldn’t be Valentine’s Day in Niagara without a little bit of wine.
Between the Lines offers a variety of tastings that you can sign up for this February, including the Black Glass Tasting, where you can test some of their vinos without actually knowing what’s in the glass.