This chilling polar vortex has turned Niagara Falls into a magical, winter wonder. Here are just a few shots of what you’re missing:
We’ve always thought so, but now it’s official: Today’s Bride magazine has named Queenston Heights Restaurant among the top wedding destinations world-wide!
This serene location is listed as first among wedding locations in North America and 28th for the entire world. It’s certainly no surprise, as this quaint and charming reception venue is perfect for any season, with a setting surrounded by spring blossoms, lush summer flower beds, vibrant fall foliage or a magical Victorian-style winter setting. The choice is yours!
Your guests will be raving about your reception. Trained in classic French cuisine, Executive Chef Bill Greenan has fused his creative style with an Asian flare and Latin influence.
Want to learn more? Check out our full Niagara Parks Weddings website to explore this award-winning venue and more.
The new Swamp Creatures exhibit is in full swing at the Butterfly Conservatory. Everything from the Cuvier’s Dwarf Caiman to the Green Anaconda have made their comfy homes amongst the thousands of tropical butterflies.
Check out this short video for a sneak peak of what you can expect to see:
If you haven’t seen Niagara Falls covered in ice, you don’t know what you’re missing!
What do a Malaysian Blood Python and Pink Salmon Bird Eating Tarantula have in common? They’re both temporary residents of the Niagara Parks Butterfly Conservatory!
Starting February 8, these and many more slippery critters will be at the Conservatory for Swamp Creatures: a special exhibit featuring animals from the world’s swamps and wetlands.
Zoo experts from Little Ray’s Reptile Zoo of Ottawa will be on-hand to give live, hands-on demos of these incredible creatures!