Winter brings an added dimension of beauty and outdoor activity to Niagara.
If "birding" is your thing, then you'll want to be here during the months of November and December. That's when thousands of gulls and terns congregate around the Falls and rapids. Approximately 100 different varieties of water birds have been recorded along the river.
If it's a particularly cold winter, the clinging spray of the Falls blankets the nearby trees, rocks and lamp posts forming unique frozen shapes.
And if you have never seen Niagara Falls with a spectacular Ice Bridge, you're in for a real treat. Don't forget your cameras for this trip.
The spectacular "Winter Festival of Lights" runs from late November to early January, featuring breathtaking light displays and even outdoor entertainment against the illuminated backdrop of the Falls, comedy shows, music events, Christmas celebrations and lot more!
Best Western Fallsview Packages
Find Niagara Parks Winter Attractions Package offered by Best Western Fallsview Hotel
Super 8 Winter Packages
Super 8 North Of The Falls brings Winter Wonder Pass Package. Save up to $40 with this winter package