Visit the Splendor of Niagara-on-the-Lake
Niagara-on-the-Lake is a scenic and splendid little town within the Niagara region. The beauty of this town has been appreciated by many, which is why this town was voted the most beautiful in all of Canada. People come to this town from all over to soak in the history and richness that this place has to offer. Taking a Niagara on the Lake tour will allow visitors and tourists to this town to see all its most charming spots.
The History of Niagara-on-the-Lake
Niagara-on-the-Lake has politically historic roots – it was the first capital of Upper Canada back in 1792. The world’s very first anti-slavery law was passed in Niagara-on-the-Lake in 1793. Thanks to its historic political power, this town has gorgeous old-town architecture that you simply don’t see anywhere else.
Visitors to this historic town can take advantage of all the quaint little shops, restaurants and bakeries that you’ll find along the main strip in town. Shops like Greaves Jams & Marmalades and the Rocky Mountain Chocolate Factory are particular hot spots in this town. Grab a coffee or ice cream while you shop in all the unique boutiques.
Those who visit this quaint little town will be able to witness horse-drawn carriages strolling along the main drag, transporting tourists and local residents for a leisurely ride. Those who are fans of theatre and the arts will be happy to know that the Shaw Festival runs every April to November here.
Many of the shops in Niagara-on-the-Lake offer fresh local produce, grown not too far away. Nothing tastes better (and is better for you) than fruits and vegetables that were literally picked hours ago. Buying fresh produce is not only environmentally friendly; it also helps to support local farmers.
Going on a guided tour of this small town will allow you to experience all its important and historical features. Book your spot on a Niagara on the Lake tour with Niagara Day Tour, and see why this town is as popular as it is. The popular Niagara day trip will also bring you to Niagara falls, local wineries and historical points of interest. Save 30% by booking online at www.NiagaraDayTour.com.