The Annual Niagara Falls Winter Festival of Lights
Welcome to Niagara Falls, home of the Skylon Tower & The Winter Festival of Lights!
Winter Festival of Lights
The Festival spans three months, from November through January, with new surprises and configurations each year. One of the latest additions is Light Art Displays, which features artworks from Canada, Hungary, Israel, Italy, the Netherlands, Singapore, Sweden, and the United Kingdom. Of course, each year the Festival is kicked-off with the Winter Festival of Lights Opening Ceremonies, featuring lights exhibits, laser-light shows, fireworks, 3D animations, as well as local vendors, music, and the perfect outing for a winter’s eve.
Skylon Tower & The Winter Festival of Lights
As you may imagine, the Skylon Tower is one of the best places to capture a birds-eye-view of the Festival, to take a step back and and let it soak in from a different perspective. Now imagine watching the festival Fireworks from 775 feet above the Falls! Let’s take it one step further and add a gourmet meal in our Revolving Dining Room. Talk about the best seat in the house! When you combine flavourful food such as our signature Surf & Turf, a view that overlooks the Niagara Falls skyline during the Winter Festival of Lights, and a fireworks show to boot, how can you go wrong? What are you waiting for? Reserve your table now.
If you aren’t already packing your bags, maybe a few more details will help:
- There are over 3 million sparkling tree lights
- Over 120 animated displays.
- Displays span 5 kilometres along the Niagara Parkway.
- They are also showcased at the bottom of Bender Hill
- Dufferin Islands is home to many nature themed displays
The Winter Festival of Lights is a family-friendly attraction that is also enjoyable for couples, friends, and anybody who just loves the beauty of winter. There are plenty of photo opportunities! Bring your selfie-stick and snap your next profile pic!
Winter Festival of Lights Admission
There is no admission fee to view the displays, but donations are accepted here, as well as at the exit of Dufferin Islands. All proceeds are used to purchase new Festival attractions.
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