Niagara on the Lake, Ontario, Canada rests on the shores of Lake Ontario and on the banks of the Niagara River. The region is best known as an area rich in award winning wineries, theatre events, old colonial architecture, gardens, art, and history. In fact, the town's historic district was recognized as a National Historic Site of Canada in 2003.
Some of the historical attractions and cultural venues in Niagara on the Lake, Ontario and the surrounding regions include the Old Court House Theatre, Fort George National Historic Site, Fort Mississauga, Butler's Barracks, Fort Drummond, Mississauga Point Lighthouse and McFarland House.
Activities most enjoyed in the community and surrounding areas include wine tours, wine tasting, golfing, biking, walking, sightseeing, flightseeing, shopping, day trips and visiting gift shops, gardens, art galleries, farm markets, antique shops and theatre events.
A few of the more popular activity and sightseeing destinations in the region include the Flower Clock, Queens Park, Queenston Brock, Simcoe Park, Laura Secord Home, and, of course, Fort George National Historic Site.
Services important in and around the community include accommodations, wineries, breweries, shopping, pubs, restaurants, gas stations, grocery stores, guides, liquor stores, cell service, and internet, and transportation services including taxi.