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Spring in Niagara Falls Ontario

Though Winter seems relentless this year, signs of Spring can be found all around the Skylon Tower, in the Fallsview District of Niagara Falls, Ontario, Canada. Come witness Mother Nature, as she stretches her limbs and brings the landscape back to life after a long hibernation. Your best bet for seeing it all, rain or… Read more

The Skylon Tower: March Break Family Fun

March break is already upon us. As a parent, are you prepared? Or are you still racking your brain, trying to think of fun and easy ideas to keep the kids busy and your wallet happy? Let the Skylon Tower in Niagara Falls be your family’s #1 March Break destination. With activities to suit all… Read more

New Year’s Eve in Niagara Falls

Visitors to Niagara Falls for this New Year’s Eve concert at the falls will be part of something much bigger than a simple show – as in, a nationwide celebration of the dawn of 2018 that will be seen from coast to coast. The festive night in Queen Victoria Park, with the Horseshoe Falls forming… Read more

Planning the Perfect Date Night in Niagara Falls

Looking for the right spot to take that special someone out for a first (or fiftieth) date as unique and breathtaking as they are? Book a table at the Skylon Tower in Niagara Falls. An Iconic Experience The Skylon Tower is the most iconic landmark in Niagara Falls (okay, the second most iconic after the… Read more

2017 Niagara Falls Santa Claus Parade .

November 18th marks the 35th Annual Winter Festival of Lights in Niagara Falls. To start the festival off with a bang, Niagara Falls hosted their annual Santa Claus Parade. This year’s parade will feature 12 fabulous marching bands including: Collingwood Collegiate Institute Marching Band, Impact of Hamilton Drum and Bugle Corps, Downbeat Percussion, The Hit… Read more

The Annual Niagara Falls Winter Festival of Lights

Photo Credit: © The first Winter Festival of Lights was first held in 1983 by the Ontario Power Generation and it has slowly built up a following, filled with newcomers and returning visitors. The Winter Festival of Lights is now Canada’s largest illumination festival attracting over 1.5 million visitors yearly. On the international scale, it… Read more