About Niagara Falls
Niagara Falls is dominated by the stunning 177-foot waterfall from which it takes its name. The city straddles the border between Ontario, Canada, and New York, United States. On the Canadian side, you'll find a plethora of picturesque highlights to explore. Niagara Falls house rentals offer ample space for large parties at affordable prices that will make you reconsider the traditional hotel. Settle in and get to know Niagara Falls better during a cozy extended stay.
Things to Do in Niagara Falls
The Niagara area is home to natural wonders that extend well beyond Horseshoe Falls. The Niagara Parks Botanical Gardens feature numerous highlights, including a butterfly conservatory with 45 species and over 2,000 butterflies, a rose garden with 2,400 roses, and an herbarium with collections dating back to 1894. If you're interested in more lively exhibits, head to Bird Kingdom to meet bearded dragons, ball pythons, Egyptian fruit bats, macaws, lorikeets, and more. For grown-up entertainment, head to Fallsview Casino for table games, slot machines, a poker room, and live entertainment. The Niagara region is as famous for its wine as it is for its falls. Get a taste of the excitement with a tasting and tour at the Inniskillin Winery, Fielding Estate Winery, Magnotta Winery, and more.
Shopping in Niagara Falls
The Niagara area is a prime spot for antique shopping. Stops like the Bartlett House of Antiques and Lakeshore Antiques and Treasures offer fascinating finds. If you're looking for bargain priced deals, try the Canada One Factory Outlets. This mall is home to Coach, Adidas, Reebok, Samsonite, Tommy Hilfiger, and more. For a little of everything, you can't go wrong with Pen Centre. This is the largest shopping destination in Niagara with 180 stores in a million square feet of space. Just make sure there's enough room in your Niagara Falls house rental for all the goodies you're sure to return with.
Dining in Niagara Falls
Niagara Falls offers several distinctive dining experiences. Skylon Tower is one of the most memorable, with a revolving dining room 775 feet over the falls. The dinner menu features elegant fare like broiled rock lobster tails, milk-fed white veal T-bone, and chicken breast 'cordon rouge.' Brasa is a gourmet Brazilian steakhouse that offers traditional meats cooked over an open fire and carved tableside. Side dishes are available on an extensive buffet of more than 70 items.
Niagara Falls Nightlife
Niagara Falls has a bustling nightlife with clubs, bars, and entertainment. At Club Mardi Gras, it's always an over-the-top celebration, from Saturday night's Beads with Benefits to the Friday Ladies Night. For something a bit more casual yet no less entertaining, try the Beer Garden Karaoke Patio. Club Se7en offers a chic escape where you'll feel like a celebrity lounging on sleek furniture in a repurposed warehouse setting. You'll even find VIP booths on hand for those who want to splurge on bottle service and personalized attention.