things you wish you knew about Niagara Falls

Shaw Theatre

The world renowned theater company, Shaw Festival has built it’s reputation on committed exploration of celebrated produced works by Bernard Shaw and his contemporaries,… [read more]

Sheraton Fallsview Hotel

Formerly the Sheraton Fallsview Hotel, TheĀ Marriott Niagara Falls Hotel Gateway on the Falls has recently completed an expansive $15-million renovation offering guests a… [read more]

Merritt House

Located on Yates Street, the Merritt House was built in the 1820s and owned by Mr. William Hamilton Merritt, the builder of the Welland… [read more]

St. Johns Conservation

Twelve Mile Creek is Niagara’s only cold-water creek, and the 28-hectare St. Johns Conservation Area protects the headwaters of one of its tributaries. The… [read more]

Battle Ground Museum

The Battle Ground Hotel Museum is situated on the historic grounds of the War of 1812 Lundy’s Lane Battlefield. The building was initially constructed… [read more]

Victoria Park

Niagara has many parks and one of the most well known is Queen Victoria Park. It is located in the middle of downtown Niagara… [read more]

Oakes Garden

In 1932, when the Clifton hotel was destroyed by fire, the gutted site was purchased by Sir Harry Oakes. This property bought by Mr.… [read more]

Marriott Fallsview Hotel

Just one hundred yards away from the majestic crescent of liquid thunder that is Canada’s Horseshoe Falls, the Marriott Niagara Falls Fallsview Hotel and… [read more]

Hilton Hotel and Suites

Striving to make your Niagara stay even better, the Hilton Hotel and Suites has just opened the tallest property in Canada, a gleaming tower… [read more]

Hawley House

Built as two separate buildings in 1796, the Hawley-Beckenridge House underwent massive renovations in order to merge the buildings into the beautiful house that… [read more]