A mile away from the Falls is a place not to be missed: Lundy's Lane. The Lundy’s Lane area of Niagara Falls is filled with history, attractions, shopping, lighting displays and plenty of restaurants.
The Niagara Falls History Museum is open daily, except Monday, from 9 a.m. Here you’ll discover all of the history of Niagara Falls. Currently, their featured exhibits include, The Road to Freedom and The War of 1812. Stop by any Thursday evening for their '@ the Museum Thursday Nights' series which features free admission and programming.
Up the hill from the NF History Museum is the Battle Ground Hotel Museum - where the longest battle of the War of 1812 took place, on July 25, 1814. For one whole day, British and Americans fought for control of this hill, resulting in the death of 171 Americans and 84 British. Neither side won a decisive victory, but Americn troops retreated to Fort Erie. Both British and American soldiers are buried at the nearby Drummond Hill Cemetery.
For all of your retail needs, check out Canada One Outlets located at 7500 Lundy’s Lane. This outdoor mall has 42 stores featuring brand name shops for women, children, and men plus travel accessories, footwear and more.
For lovers of diner food, check out The Flying Saucer Restaurant at 6768 Lundy’s Lane - known for it’s out of this world breakfast. Just look for the giant flying saucer!
Loved by locals, The Falls Manor Restaurant has been cooking up meals for the past 50 years. From a fresh breakfast to homestyle dinner, you won't leave this place hungry.
Award-winning, Doc Magilligan’s serves up an authentic taste of Ireland. Located at 6400 Lundy’s Lane, the pub boasts delicious food, live music and Niagara's largest selection of whisky and craft beer.
For delicious Italian fare, visit Carpaccio Italian Ristorante at 6840 Lundy’s Lane. The upbeat modern dining room and bar serves fresh wood-oven pizzas, homemade pasta dishes and of course a selection of carpaccio plates.
Oh, Canada Eh! is an award-winning dinner theatre and Canada’s longest running dinner musical. Their current musical, Jump, Jive and Jingle will transport you back to simpler times of rock hops and juke box.
Get a taste for the Niagara vines, as Lundy Manor Wine Cellar. The vineyard is near the end of the lane at 9941 Lundy’s Lane and is one of Niagara’s newest wineries and the only Estate winery in Niagara Falls.
If you're looking for something a bit stronger, get into the spirit at Niagara Falls Craft Distillers. They offer a variety of signature Niagara Falls spirits, with unique names tied into the city's history.
Conveniently, the WEGO Transportation System has a direct route down Lundy's Lane - The Red Line - which begins operating at 7 a.m. Adults day passes are $8.00 and children days passes age 6 -12 are $5.00 (kids 5 and under ride free).