Visit the Winter Festival of Lights Niagara Falls, in Niagara Falls, Canada and Make It Your Winter Tradition!
As Canada's foremost illumination festival in spectacular Niagara Falls, we capture the magic of the holiday season.
2013-14 Niagara Falls Winter Fireworks Schedule
Saturday, November 9 (at 7:45pm as part of the Ontario Power Generation Winter Festival of Lights Opening Festivities – a 15-minute show!)
Fridays: November 15, 22 & 29
Fridays: December 6, 13 & 20
Nightly: Saturday, December 21 to Saturday, December 28 except for Christmas Eve and Christmas Day
Fridays: January 3, 10, 17, 24 & 31
All performances take place at 9:00PM unless otherwise noted. Fireworks schedule is subject to change. As always, fireworks performances are weather permitting and may be cancelled due to poor weather conditions like high winds or rain.
November 9, 2013 to January 31, 2014.
The Winter Festival of Lights turns Niagara Falls into a winter wonderland, with over three million sparkling lights along a 6km route, Niagara Falls ice skating at the TD RINK at the Brink, grand holiday displays throughout the city, and unique Niagara Falls events like the Christmas Concert Series. With weekly fireworks, waterparks and casinos, this wintertime Niagara Falls festival offers plenty to experience. The Winter Festival of Lights is the most enchanting of Niagara attractions and has become a tradition for over one million people from around the globe on winter getaways. We're proud of the fact that just last year Canoe.ca included the Ontario Power Generation Winter Festival of Lights in its Top 10 Canada's best winter festivals while Frommer's Travel placed Niagara Falls on its list of Top 10 decorated cities. Look for new illuminations and events as part of the Festival's 30th anniversary this year.
The majority of the Festival’s illuminations can be found along the 5 kilometre Niagara Parkway lighting area known as the Niagara Parks Winter Wonderland. It hosts the:
Additional illuminations can be found throughout the City including:
• Fallsview Tourist Area
While there is no admission fee to view the illuminations, donations to this traditional Niagara Falls attraction are gratefully accepted at the exit of Dufferin Islands. Suggested donations $5 – $10 per car and $1 per person on bus tours. All proceeds are used to enhance the Festival’s lights and displays. During your drive, see if you can find all the new illuminations.
We invite you to discover the many Niagara events and attractions that the Winter Festival of Lights has to offer - and explore Ontario getaway packages to make your visit as perfect as possible.