Marriott on the Falls Blog

May 03
Sip and Sizzle 2017

Sip and Sizzle 2017

Niagara Falls and its nearby attractions offer a range of wonderful experiences to visitors. Besides the glorious waterfalls, the Niagara region is famous for its wine country. Picturesque vineyards, and award-winning wines are a testimony to the natural bounty of Niagara. More »
Apr 26
Niagara Region Farmer and Supper Markets

Niagara Region Farmer and Supper Markets

If you want to enjoy fresh, organic and delicious produce while in Niagara Falls, head to the numerous farmers’ markets in and around the Niagara Region. More »
Apr 19
Niagara Food and Wine Expo 2017

Niagara Food and Wine Expo 2017

Get ready for some amazing food, wine and entertainment at the Niagara Food and Wine Expo 2017! More »
Apr 12
Niagara 150 Local Guide

Niagara 150 Local Guide

Niagara Falls and the rest of the Niagara region are joining in with the celebrations across the country throughout 2017 to mark Canada’s 150th anniversary as an autonomous nation. More »
Apr 05
Easter Brunch in Niagara Falls

Easter Brunch in Niagara Falls

From 11:30am to 2:30pm, the Marriott on the Falls are hosting a spectacular Easter Brunch. The meal is hosted at the Marriott Cafe (inside Milestones on the Falls), with every table overlooking Niagara Falls. More »
Mar 30
How the Niagara Scow got stuck in the Niagara River

How the Niagara Scow got stuck in the...

On August 6, 1918, a terrifying incident played out very close to the brink of the Horseshoe Falls. It involved two stranded men on a scow. If you visit Niagara Falls, you can see the wreck of the scow a short distance from the brink of the falls even today. More »
Mar 22
Spring in Niagara Falls

Spring in Niagara Falls

The official Canada spring has begun, starting on March 20th. This is when the snow begins to melt away and the flowers start to bloom – a massive transformation in Niagara Falls, which has more than its fair share of floral centrepieces, gardens and fecund parkland. More »
Mar 15
Cycling in Niagara

Cycling in Niagara

There are a lot of ways to get around the Niagara area – the public and private buses have well-developed networks and driving around the countryside is hassle-free. But the best way to get around both the town itself and around the picturesque landscape is cycling. More »

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