There’s no better place to feel the crisp, white snow crunch under your boots and in your socks than in Niagara Falls, Ontario. The dazzling lights of Clifton Hill are glittering through the cold brisk air blending perfectly with the snowflakes floating in the air. Once the frost arrives, parts of the majestic Falls freeze over creating an incredible display of enormous ice crystal boulders, like art created by the elements of nature. Queen Victoria park in the winter is truly picturesque, attracting visitors both locally and from afar to witness the beauty of winter in Niagara Falls as the perfect backdrop.
If you’re thinking of visiting Niagara Falls this winter, here are the three best winter attractions you can’t miss!
Winter Festival of Lights
NOVEMBER 19, 2016- JANUARY 31, 2017 @ QUEEN VICTORIA PARK
Visit Canada’s foremost illumination festival, The Ontario Power Generation Winter Festival of Lights in Niagara Falls, Canada. Each winter they capture the magic of the holiday season. Make this special event a winter tradition for your family and loved ones.
The Winter Festival of Lights illuminates an eight-kilometer-long illumination route that travels through the beautiful landscapes of the Niagara Parks, Dufferin Islands, and surrounding tourist districts. As a treasured holiday tradition for people from around the world, The Winter Festival of Lights is attended by over one million visitors each season.
For more information, visit Niagara Falls Tourism.