1- Wine Tastings. Plan your route and visit as many as you can.
2- Who can resist an evening under the stars, listening to great music with a fine glass of wine in hand? Jackson-Triggs’ Summer Concert series is a season highlight.
3- If historical interiors intrigue then a visit to Willowbank National Historic Site will thrill. Rather than fully restore the 19th century Greek Revival mansion, the Historic Sites and Monuments Board of Parks Canada is preserving layers of decay to reveal the past and educate the public and provide hands on training for its School of Restoration Arts.
4- Ready for some farm to table shopping? Then stop by Kurtz Orchards on your way back to the city. Purchase a box lunch and enjoy an outdoor picnic or sign up for one of the cooking classes they host.
5- Niagara boasts some lovely, unspoiled bike trails and there are a variety of ways to enjoy them. Book a bike tour with one of the cycling companies in Niagara (Grape Escape) or set your GPS to carve out your own route.