Things to do in Niagara Falls this WinterNovember 23, 2017
Niagara Falls looks good dressed in its winter coat. Above the falls, with its year-round presence of mist from the whirlpool below the branches are shimmering with icicles in the sun.
Things really brighten up at night when the magical colours of the Winter Festival of Lights illuminate the trees and displays, augmented by the falls themselves which are lit up most nights year-round. Rather than surrender to the cold of winter, this city offers a lengthy menu of fun events that are geared specifically toward the season.
Springtime Brings Blossoms to Niagara FallsApril 29, 2017
Spring is spectacular in Niagara Falls, you can spend the entire day viewing the spectacular splashes of gardens along the Niagara Parks garden trail. The most magnificent sight is when the Magnolia Trees are in full bloom at the Botanical Gardens from April to May.
Cheer Evolution: Canadian Cheer & Dance NationalsApril 6, 2017
Cheer Evolution: Canadian Cheer Evolution returns to the Scotiabank Convention Centre, in Niagara Falls, April 7-9, 2017
Onguiaahra: Thunder of Waters Sound and Light ShowFebruary 15, 2017
The Niagara Falls Story - August 25th to September 4th, 2017
Niagara parks is pleased to announce the return of its highly entertaining and family-friendly sound and light show, Onguiaahra:(ON-GEY-AIR-RAW), Thunder of Waters.
Niagara Ice Wine Harvest TimeDecember 21, 2016
For those wine lovers all over the world, you’ll want to head to Niagara in January for our signature ‘Ice Wine Festival’ month. You’ll find wineries throughout the Niagara Region from Grimsby to Niagara-on-the-Lake. January is an extremely busy month for these wineries as their winter harvest begins.
Halloween in Niagara FallsOctober 7, 2016
Welcome to Halloween in Niagara Falls, Ontario, Canada!
There’s a lot of bright lights and fun stuff around the place (especially in Clifton Hill) so we’ll get you started with a quick run-through of the attractions here in Niagara Falls around Halloween Don’t worry, they’re all either a short walk or an even shorter taxi ride away from our Howard Johnson by the Falls hotel.
All Hallow’s Eve Ghost Tours Return to Old Fort ErieSeptember 16, 2016
Experience the traditions of Halloween, 1812-style, brought to life through the ghosts of Canada’s bloodiest battlefield. Niagara Parks Commission staff (NPC) at Old Fort Erie are busily preparing the final details for these memorable tours, which will take place on October 22nd, 28th, as well as October 29th. beginning at 7:30 p.m., each evening.
Safari Niagara Packed with Things to DoJuly 11, 2016
In 2013 Safari Niagara obtained accreditation from the Zoological Association and Canada’s Accredited Zoos and Aquarium accreditation. This means we Safari Niagara is dedicated to the highest standards of animal care.
Howard Johnson prides itself on it's hotel packages offerings and our Safari Niagara package is no exception, from families to couples, this attraction is packed with a wide vareity of things to do.
Mother's Day in Niagara FallsMarch 6, 2016
There are plenty of things to enjoy when celebrating Mother’s Day in Niagara Falls Canada. So stop and smell the Magnolia trees and don't forget to bring your camera. Queen Victoria Park is located at the foot of Clifton Hill and has a lovely display of plants that bring that long awaited splash of colour that symbolizes Spring has sprung. Brilliant yellows and white daffodils, vibrant red tulips, and soft pink Magnolia trees line the Niagara Parkway. There are rock gardens, expansive lawns and a Tea Rose garden.