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A Victorian city located in Perth Country that was originally a railway junction, and is more recently known as being

Stratford-perth Museum

270 Water St., Stratford

Located directly opposite the Festival Theatre, the museum features historical artifacts from Stratford and Perth County. May-Aug.: Sun.-Mon. 12 p.m.-4

Stratus Vineyards

2059 Niagara Stone Rd., Niagara-on-the-Lake

Winemaker J-L Groux—a native of the Loire Valley in France—oversees this winery’s sustainable, gravity-flow system of production. Sample wines in

Strewn Winery

1339 Lakeshore Rd. (at Creek Road), Niagara-on-the-Lake

Each month experience new and unique tasting opportunities, such as food and wine pairings, trying ultra-premium wines, small production bottlings

Suisha Gardens

5701 Lewis Ave., Niagara Falls

Niagara’s only teppan steakhouse is also Canada’s largest Japanese restaurant. It features a sushi bar, iron grill tables and a

Tawse Winery

3955 Cherry Ave., Vineland

This family-owned facility was named Winery of the Year in 2010 by Canadian Wine Access Magazine. Five vineyards—Cherry Avenue, Hillside,

Telling The Mennonite Story

1406 King St. N., St. Jacobs

An educational centre with DVDs and displays on the Mennonite way of life. Discover how the Mennonites came to the

The Bean Counter Cafe

172 Main St., Picton

Housed in the historic Masterfeeds building, which was built in 1835. Friendly staff and welcoming environs to tuck into sandwiches,

The Church Restaurant & Belfry

70 Brunswick St., Stratford

Historic upscale restaurant located in an old church circa 1874, hence the name. Indulge in renowned Chef Darryl Haus creative

The Epicurean

84 Queen St., Niagara-on-the-Lake

Sunny spot that acts as a café during the day and a bistro by night. Chef Leighton Dyck prepares exciting

The Falls

Niagara Falls

Not many sights are as awe-inspiring as the falls. Every second, 2,832 cubic metres of water drops over the precipice,

The Farm Pantry

1386 King St. N., St. Jacobs

Home to the world’s sweetest maple syrup, produced traditionally from hardwood sugar bushes in the Waterloo region. Many of its

The Ice House

14778 Niagara Pkwy., Niagara-on-the-Lake

Winemaker Jamie Macfarlane is among the region’s pioneers in ice wine production. The state-of-the-art facilities are located in a century-old

The Mill

1441 King St. N., St. Jacobs

Right in the centre of the village, the Mill is home to various galleries and is the work space for

The Mounted Police Trading Post

5685 Falls Ave., Niagara Falls

A seven foot-tall wooden Mountie welcomes customers to this family-owned shop. It’s the first store of its kind in Ontario

The Old Prune Restaurant

151 Albert St., Stratford

Renowned French cuisine prepared by chef Bryan Steele. Dine in a charming Edwardian home with three dining rooms and a

The Olde Angel Inn Restaurant

224 Regent St., Niagara-on-the-Lake

This warm pub-style dining room serves traditional British cuisine. Favourites include the steak Guinness onion pie, prime rib, Ploughman’s lunch

The Organized Crime Winery

4043 Mountainview Rd., Beamsville

Named for a quarrel between two Mennonite congregations in the 1900s that resulted with one group breaking into a church

The White Water Walk

4330 Niagara Pkwy., Niagara Falls

A favourite attraction for more than 130 years. An elevator brings visitors 70 metres down to the boardwalk at the
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