Regardless of where or when you choose to get married in Niagara Falls, you must first obtain a marriage license. To learn more about obtaining this license and other information about weddings and honeymoons in the Falls, visit our Weddings page.
As of March 1, 2021, Niagara Falls is in the Red-Control level of Ontario's COVID-19 Response Framework. This means you should only go out for essential reasons. Do not travel outside your region or the province unless absolutely necessary. There is a limit of 5 people for indoor gatherings and 25 people outdoor, and everyone must comply with physical distancing. Please follow all public health guidelines to stop the spread of COVID-19 by staying home and staying safe.
Attractions may be open with limited capacity and safety protocols. Please confirm with all attractions and experiences before visiting. Restaurants and bars may open for in-person dining with a capacity of 10 indoors and only 4 per table (guests must be from the same household, some exceptions apply). Take-out or delivery may be available. Retail stores may be open with limited capacity limits and curb-side pickup or delivery (including wineries, breweries and distilleries). Accommodations remain open with enhanced health and safety protocols in place; pools, fitness centres, spas may be open with capacity and service limitations.