The Town of Niagara on the Lake is 131 square kilometers located in the North-East portion of the Niagara Peninsula along the shores of Lake Ontario at the end of the Niagara River. It is a historical town where many buildings still retain their architectural flavour dating back 100 years & more. Niagara on the Lake takes the visitor back in time with the old style buildings, but offers fun for everyone with modern amenities. Walk or take a relaxing ride in a horse drawn carriage through the downtown core area. Some of the finest vineyards in Niagara are found here. Niagara on the Lake has a population of 113,238 people.
Attractions & Events
Built in 1797, this is one of the most important British garrisons used during the War of 1812 to repel invading American forces. It has been fully restored for everyone to enjoy and take a historical tour of the garrison; complete with live shows
Shaw Festival Theatre
(April 12th – October 24th)
A live professional theatre for the presentation of plays written by George Bernard Shaw and his contemporaries.
Winter Wine Experience
(February 11th – 12th)
Virgil (May 18th – 20th)