Discover the best top things to do in Fort Erie, Canada including Old Fort Erie, Crystal Beach, Safari Niagara, The Sanctuary Centre for the Arts, Nigh's Sweet Shop, Fort Erie Historical Museum, Wahnekewening Beach, Planks Canada, Ridgeway Battlefield, Stevensville Conservation Area.
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4.5 based on 210 reviews
Had a great visit to Fort Erie this pm. The fort is pretty cool and the guys and girls in period costume really made it come to life. Good audio visual displays with some interactive exhibits. The musket firing display was fun and all the staff were very friendly and helpful. Oh and a great ice cream on the way out.
4 based on 186 reviews
Julius Banfai was telling me that when he was growing up in Crystal Beach, an annual feature of the Labour Day festivities was to take a coffin, set it ablaze and push it out into Lake Erie as the symbolic burial of summer. Apparently the tradition has gone by the wayside because the kids got frightened by the coffin! I missed the parade this year but heard it was a great success with parachuters dropping in along the route. I hope to make the event next year!
4 based on 465 reviews
Safari Niagara is a 150-acre nature park with over 1000 animal, bird and reptile species, located only 10 minutes from Niagara Falls. Safari Niagara is the ultimate summer fun destination for people of all ages and abilities. The park is completely interactive with educational shows and tours*, animal feedings and a petting farm. Admission is all-inclusive, providing unlimited use of the ropes course*, safari rides*, splash pad, fishing, kite flying, pedal bike go karts*, jumping pillows*, paddle boats and more. Safari Niagara's Amphitheatre offers Concerts. Safari Niagara's Holiday events and Summer Celebrations are sure to have something for everyone, including face painting, food trucks and more! Off season rates from May 14th-31st and September 5th-October 10th 2015 available. For more information on the Concerts and events, park information, hours and pricing, visit our web site. Safari Niagara will be closed August 10th for a Private Function. *June 1st or later - Labour Day only. Weather Permitting.
I came during Customer Appreciation Day as the admission fee was only $5. The place was packed out! It was a beautiful hot day.
It was great that the park was operating the maximum number of trams for all the people that were there. A few times I had to wait for two trams to go by before getting a seat.
I didn't use the food facilities because the were so expensive. (ie bottle of water $3).
I went primarily for photography ops. While there were lots of animals, there were not that many good opportunities for two reasons: 1. It was a hot day, many of the animals had left the open outdoors to go into their shelters; 2. Most of the animals are behind fencing that interferes with photography. On that note, it's apparent the park did not think too carefully about enclosure structures. Many of them had large cross beams that were about 5 feet from the ground right in the way of most camera angles to the animals. I'm now rethinking if I should purchase an annual membership next year.
It's a great park for families and just about anyone wanting a great day out but if one is going for the photo ops, they will be disappointed.
5 based on 18 reviews
Great shows in a lovely venue! I have attended everything from rock Concerts to art festivals to casual dinners and have always been inspired by the beautiful building, the simple elegant interior and the very professional (yet also community minded) management. The Sanctuary and Brimstone add vibrancy to our local community!
5 based on 27 reviews
If you love chocolate, you'll love Nighs Sweet shop.
There are so many different shapes of chocolate that you'd find a gift for almost anyone here. Music, work, sports and lots of other shapes to purchase.
Even the store looks like melted chocolate with the roof edge dripping brown paint that looks like chocolate.
Love this place.
4.5 based on 18 reviews
We knew nothing about the history of Canada and this Museum helped to start our information gathering. It was interesting for general events surrounding battles 1812-1866 in the Niagara Peninsular. The curator working there was very helpful with our questions. Thank you.
4.5 based on 8 reviews
Hands down, this is THE best beach in Tiny Township. People come from near and far to partake of it's long sand beach and great scenery. On a breezy day it's not unusual to see kiteboarders demonstrating their skills, and you'll even see the occasional stand up paddleboard enthusiast out for a leisurely cruise. While there is no actual charge for the beach, a parking permit is required.
5 based on 1 reviews
Surround yourself with the Calm of Canada ! Planks Canada offers handmade items, made right here in Crystal Beach Ontario. As everything is handmade on location, everything is truly one of a kind. Planks offers a little something unique for everyone, including our coveted custom Crystal Beach Pillows and our very own clothing line, Antler Apparel. Planks also offers alteration and custom sewing services, and welcomes all custom orders of any kind. Come experience the calm of Canada, south coast style!
Planks is a must-see shop during your visit to Crystal Beach, whether you are spending a day at the Beach or visiting the charming town for a meal or drink. Planks is operated by a uniquely talented local artist who offers gifts for all ages, clothes, jewelry, beach items, gifts, cards and more. All I can say is, "You have to just see it!"
4.5 based on 10 reviews
just around the block from my house . my family has been in the area for well over 200 years . so I know the area well . nice place to visit and get a quick history lesson
4 based on 9 reviews
Went here to fish as a recommendation from a fishing forum. There is a by pond and and creek that run next to each other. However there was no evidence that there were fish here. Otherwise it a peaceful place to go for a walk after dinner and enjoy the many bird calls.
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