Be sure you explore the amazing light displays that make up the Ontario Power Generation Winter Festival of Lights in Niagara Falls, Canada. Each winter the festival captures the magic of the holiday season, so be sure to attend their brightest season yet!
The signature 8km long route travels through the beautiful landscapes of the Niagara Parks, Dufferin Islands and surrounding tourist districts to transform the city into a winter wonderland. As a treasured holiday tradition for people from around the world, the Winter Festival of Lights is attended by over one million visitors each season.
The light displays include the iconic Zimmerman Fountain, three-dimensional Canadian wildlife displays, lights at the top of Niagara's iconic Skylon Tower, over fifty trees in Dufferin Islands wrapped with lights and the Toronto Power Generating Station Light Show.
Learn more about the festival and this year's light displays at www.WFOL.com
Make it your winter tradition!
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Last year the lights were beautiful I'm really looking forward to this year
We love going to see the lights. Amazing. Well worth the trip.
We always enjoy seeing the light display in the Falls and often take some friends with us on our visits. Last year's display was spectacular, very amazing and beautiful.
We missed seeing the "Manger scene with Mary, Joseph and the baby". Would love to see an effort made to bring it back as part of the display. Thank you!
Last year Niagra had a winter walking tour where you made crafts went on a horse drawn carriage ride,received chocolate covered marshmallows and received other treats at various hotels and other locations around the city. Anybody know if they are doing this again?
I’m going in two weeks. Anyone have any advice?
Are they doing it on the 25th?
Can you drive the 8 km route? Where is the best place to start?
Its amazing. Worth going over there i m planning for this year too