Niagara-On-The-Lake is celebrated for its Old Town shopping district, which boasts a number of quaint shops, boutiques and restaurants, fine hotels, spas, and bed and breakfast establishments, as well as public and private art galleries, the centuries-old Court House, museums, and of course, the renowned Shaw Festival Theatre.
Each year masses of people from around the world travel here to visit the Town’s distinctive charm and historic sites, Fort George, Brock’s Monument, and over 30 wineries and innumerable vineyards.
Additionally, Niagara-On-The-Lake holds a lot of history. It is the original Capital of Upper Canada from 1792-1797. Nestled along the shores of the Niagara River and Lake Ontario, the town holds the distinction of being the only municipality in Canada whose elected head holds the title of Lord Mayor.