Here’s your Fall Forecast: Add these Niagara Events to Your Calendar
Niagara is breathtaking this time of year. Fall is definitely a season not to be forgotten (especially in Niagara). It’s known as the season to get “cozy” and just embrace change. From the metamorphosis of the leaves (evolving from bright yellows to vibrant reds), to bundling up in your favourite sweater and sipping on all things pumpkin and trading your white wine for red.
Niagara is not only a place to visit for the summer months, but it’s a great time to visit in the Fall months. The busyness of tourist season comes to a calm pace and it’s the perfect time for families and couples to enjoy the beauty of the Niagara Region.
Here’s your Niagara Events Calendar for the Fall
Niagara Falls Events
Good News! All of the main tourist attractions are still open, but the best part is that the line-ups are no longer.
Niagara City Cruises – one of the most thrilling boat tour experiences in Niagara, as you come face to face with this one-of-a-kind natural wonder
Clifton Hill – known as the “Street of Fun”. Reconnect with your inner child as you experience the Canadian Midway, Niagara SkyWheel, Niagara Speedway (a.k.a go-carts), Dino Golf and so much more
Niagara Parks Attractions – there is so much to explore at the Niagara Parks. ‘Journey Behind the Falls’ and all of the amazing portals, feel the excitement as you walk along the river’s edge during your ‘White Water Walk’, travel back in time as you experience the sites and sounds of Niagara from 10,000 years ago during your 4-D ‘Niagara Fury’ experience and the NEW ‘Niagara Power Station’ (full of history and awe-inspiring moments).
St. Catharines Events
St. Catharines is also known as a hidden gem in the Niagara Region. From the incredible wineries to culinary experiences and amazing hiking trails
There’s always something fun happening at Henry. Sip and shop at our ‘Cozy Fall Pop-up’ on Sunday, October 16th, showcasing some incredible artisans, live-music, wine tastings and more. No ticket required.
We’re also letting a few skeletons out of our closet this Halloween at our ‘Ghost Tour’ on Sunday, October 30th. A few scary stories will be shared as you sip on 4 x 2oz wines paired with some spooky treats.
Also, minutes away, experience some of the other incredible Wineries of the Niagara Benchlands, from Fielding Estate Winery, Creekside, Flat Rock Cellars, Cave Spring and 180 Estate Winery where you can sip in all of the beauty of Niagara wine country.
Wanderers are always welcome at the Niagara Benchlands. Check out their site for all the ongoing adventures.
Get one with nature as you explore one of Niagara’s largest Parks. Located in the middle of the Niagara Peninsula, Short Hills Provincial Park is 1600 acres (660 hectares), so be sure to wear comfy shoes!
Travel a short distance to the ever-popular Niagara-on-the-Lake, known for their quaint shops, wineries, restaurants and lakeside views.
There’s always something fun and exciting happening in Niagara. So, make a point of adding these memorable Niagara Events to your calendar this Fall.