AvailabilityMay - October
Located in the Fallsview district of Niagara Falls, this hotel is perfect for adults and kids alike. It’s connected to the Fallsview Casino with exciting entertainment and dining opens and the hotel houses the Niagara Falls Fun Zone with everything from laser tag to mini golf. Guest rooms feature either a city or falls view, perfect for watching fireworks at night. Area attractions including Journey Behind the Falls and the Hornblower Niagara Cruise are close by.Website: www.StarwoodHotels.com/fourpoints/
Nestled along the Grand River in the heart of Southern Ontario’s Golden Horseshoe is the vibrant Haudenosaunee Community, home of the Six Nations. Six Nations has two historic sites where you can learn about the rich history and culture of the Six Nations people and community; one being the beautiful Her Majesty’s Royal Mohawk Chapel dating back to 1785 and the Chiefswood National Historic Site, childhood home of legendary Mohawk poet Pauline Johnson. Come see where cultures meet and met in the past today!Website: www.SixNationsTourism.ca
Our history here in Niagara on the Lake spans centuries and our “get acquainted” tour takes you from Niagara’s founding in the 1780’s through today as you see the now quiet battlefields’ and forts, stately mansions and gardens and houses of worship.
This is a great way to start your visit to our town and even for locals to get better acquainted with the historic moments and the people who were part of them.
The Walking Tour of Niagara on the Lake’s Historic District is approximately 2 hours in length and is led by a trained, experienced local guide.
Tickets for these walks are purchased online 24 hours in advance of the tour.
While most walking is done on town sidewalks we suggest wearing comfortable shoes. The graveyards have some uneven ground so comfortable walking shoes add to your enjoyment and safety.Website: www.OldTownTours.ca/walking-tour/
Authentic Indigenous Experiences
Authentic indigenous experiences are delivered by indigenous tourism businesses located from across Canada and many are members of the Indigenous Tourism Association of Canada (ITAC).
Indigenous Tourism can be defined as all tourism businesses majority owned, operated and/or controlled by First Nations, Metis, or Inuit Peoples that can demonstrate a connection and responsibility to the local indigenous community and traditional territory where the operation resides.x
This package includes experiences with the following authentic Indigenous tourism businesses:
- Six Nations Tourism, owned by the Six Nations of the Grand River, The Haudenosaunee Confederacy, which is comprised of six member nations including the Onondaga, Cayuga, Mohawk, Oneida, Seneca, and Tuscarora.
- 2 nights deluxe accommodations
- Tour of Six Nations historic sites
- Guided walking tour of Niagara-on-the-Lake
- Comprehensive documentation package
* Package price is the suggested starting price per person based on a double occupancy and does not include taxes.
** Flight option not included in package price. Transportation may vary to customer request and availability.