Niagara on the Lake Places

TripWhat's travel guide to Niagara on the Lake; our list of the best things to see, including Shaw Festival, Niagara Wine Festival and Charles Inn Dining Room.
  • The best place in Niagara on the Lake: Shaw Festival

    Shaw Festival

    905-468-2172 or 1-800-511-7429
    Named after playwright George Bernard Shaw, this theater festival runs from April to November and features plays by Shaw, playwrights who lived during Shaw's lifetime, or plays about his era (1856-1950). The 2008 playbill features two plays by Shaw, and nine other plays and musicals. Three main theaters comprise the festival venues, and all are located within walking distance of downtown: Festival Theatre, 10 Queen's Parade.Court House Theatre, 26 Queen Street.Royal George Theatre, 85 Queen Street.
    food nearby
  • Niagara Wine Festival

    Niagara Wine Festival

    takes place September 19 - 28
    There is also an Icewine Festival in January and a New Vintage Festival in June of each year. Festivals include winery tours and tastings, cuisine, and entertainment.
    eat nearby
  • Charles Inn Dining Room

    Charles Inn Dining Room

    209 Queen St
    Good if you are looking for something a little more formal. Amazing food and a nice cozy feel.
  • Stone Road Grille

    Stone Road Grille

    238 Mary Street at Mississauga in the Garrison Plaza
    Tu-F 11:30AM-2PM (lunch), Tu-Su 5PM to 10PM (dinner). Closed Mondays in winter. Reservations strongly recommended.
  • Stone Road Grille

    Stone Road Grille

    238 Mary St.
    A Niagara on the Lake Restaurant along the Niagara Culinary Trail and Niagara Wine Route.
  • Art by the Lighthouse

    247 Ricardo St
    30 Jul - 1 Aug 2011: Sa Su 10AM-6PM, M 10AM-4PM. Free. Art by the Lighthouse is a juried fine art show held on the grounds of the Niagara Pumphouse Visual Art Centre, accompanied by live music. Running concurrently; a free gallery exhibit of Robert Uhre and Katherine McDonald inside the Pumphouse Gallery.
    restaurants nearby
  • Spa at The Oban Inn

    160 Front Street
    Intimate boutique spa located in The Oban Inn overlooking Niagara-on-the-Lake Golf Course and Lake Ontario offering personalized massage, body treatments and aesthetics. Open daily, year-round. Outdoor pool, whirlpool and fitness room.
    food nearby
  • Royal George Theatre

    85 Queen Street
  • The Shaw Spa

    92 Picton Street
  • King Tours

    toll free:1-866-546-4999
    Make an online reservation for a Niagara Falls or Toronto Tour. Tours depart daily from Toronto hotels and residential addresses.
    food nearby
  • Fort George

    26 Queen St
    A reconstucted British fort which featured prominently in the War of 1812. Open April to November. Ghost tours offered some evenings.
    eat nearby
  • Great Lakes Pyrate Lore & Harbour Walks

    26 Queen St
    Join Pyrates in an historical walk through the town as they regale ye with true tales of Pyrates that used Niagara on the Lake as a base of operations! Sunken ships, daring raids, men "put on account", merchant ships and sunken wrecks that sit at the bottom of Lake Ontario. Learn the secrets of Fort Mississauga & Fort Niagara, and what role Pyrates may have played in the disappearance of a notorious NOTL resident.
    restaurants nearby
  • Festival Theatre

    10 Queen's Parade
  • Court House Theatre

    26 Queen Street
  • Zees Grill

    Zees Grill

    92 Picton St
    A collection of unique Boutique hotels and restaurants, and a spa - all located in historic Niagara on the Lake, Ontario. www.niagarasfinest.com
  • The Epicurean

    The Epicurean

    84 Queen St.
    Made to order sandwiches and you can ask them to pack you a picnic lunch.
  • Balzac's Coffee

    Balzac's Coffee

    223 King St
    Balzac's Coffee Roasters is an Artisanal Coffee roasting company with 7 cafe locations in Southern Ontario.
  • Olde Angel Inn Restaurant and Pub

    224 Regent St
    A variety of domestic and import beers on tap, and a great atmosphere.
  • Zee's Grill

    92 Picton Street
    A great new restaurant that is more like a Toronto hot-spot than something that you normally find in sleepy little Niagara! Great food and great presentation.
  • Tiara restaurant

    155 Byron Street
    A good choice for Sunday brunch (11AM- 2:30PM). It costs $32, but definitely worth every penny. Traditional French cuisine using local ingredients.
  • Main Street Gas & Grille

    311 Main St
  • Ashker's Coffee House

    Ashker's Coffee House

    400 Main St
  • Oban Inn Restaurant

    Oban Inn Restaurant

    160 Front St
    Located in the heart of Niagara-on-the-Lake, The Oban Inn features luxurious guestrooms, a gastronomic restaurant, and full service OSpa. www.obaninn.ca
  • Bistro Six One

    Bistro Six One

    61 Queen St
  • The Irish Harp Pub

    The Irish Harp Pub

    245 King St.
    Designed to traditional Irish standards, the Irish Harp Pub great food, great beer, great whiskey and old-fashioned Irish craic. The Irish Harp Pub is located on what used to be the local grocery store, built in 1913.
  • The Olde Angel Inn

    The Olde Angel Inn

    224 Regent St
Nothing here yet! Search for some restaurants or attractions to get started!
EDIT THIS ITINERARY Our list of places in Niagara on the Lake uses some content from Wikipedia and Wikivoyage.