1. What is some general Niagara on the Lake information? Where is it and how big is it?
Niagara on the Lake is located in Southern Ontario Canada on the Niagara River beside the United States. The closest border crossing is located in Niagara Falls which is about 20 minutes up the river from Niagara on the Lake. Niagara on the Lake has a population of just 14,000 but sees 10 times that number in tourists a season.
2. What are the most exciting attractions to see while I am there?
Niagara on the Lake has a variety of great attractions that can make for a relaxing day or afternoon in the town. There is the Shaw Festival, which puts on afternoon and evening theater productions. There are kilometers of scenic walking and bicycling paths that wind their way through historic Niagara, and all the way up the Niagara River. The main street in town is filled with many boutique shops that can make for a pleasant afternoon walk. There are many things to do, these are just some of the most popular activities.
3. You mentioned dinning, what choices are there in Niagara on the Lake.
For a small town, it has a large variety of restaurant and dinning options. It depends on tastes and appetites but some options include wineries, grills, 4 star fine dinning, and pubs. There are a lot, and your best bet is to just walk around and find one that looks interesting for you.
4. Niagara is Wine Country, what is the best way to explore it?
In the immediate region surrounding Niagara on the Lake there are over 20 vineyards which gives you a great variety of sites to visit. You can take a guided or self guided bicycle tour of the wineries. There are also guided trolley bus tours that will show you the town and shuttle you around to the wineries for tours and tastings.