Stratus, south of Niagara-on-the-Lake, is brilliant – the first building in Canada to earn LEED (Leadership in Energy & Environmental Design) certification. The design addresses complex recycling, organic, energ…
Konzelmann Estate Winery is one of the oldest wineries in the region and the only one to take full advantage of the lakeside microclimate. Snooty, maybe, but the late-harvest vidal and ice wines are superb.
Strewn produces medal-winning vintages and is home to a classy restaurant.
On the town's southeastern fringe, restored Fort George dates from 1797. The fort saw some bloody battles during the War of 1812, changing hands between British and US forces a couple of times. Within the spiked bat…
Close to Niagara-on-the-Lake, Sunnybrook Farm Estate Winery specializes in unique Niagara fruit and berry wines, and brews a mean ‘hard’ cider. It’s only a little place, so tour buses usually don’t stop here.
A vast collection relating to the town's past, ranging from First Nations artifacts to Loyalist and War of 1812 collectibles (including the prized hat of Major General Sir Isaac Brock). South of Simcoe Park.
Heading south down the Niagara Pkwy you'll find Reif Estate Winery, pronounced ‘Rife,’ a well-established winery. Ice wines are what you’re here for.
Mass-market wines are the name of the game here. Hourly introductory tours and tasting-bar presentations are good if you’re new to the wine scene.
The award-winning Inniskillin is a master of the ice-wine craft.
Wonderfully aged displays of Canadian military regalia.