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Our Stories

Learn about the exciting stories, events and activities happening at Niagara Parks. Hear from our experts, whether it's tips from one of our golf pros or a trip through the Niagara Glen with one of our naturalists, there's something new and exciting around every corner.

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    Get Growing with Niagara Parks: Mangoes

    At Niagara Parks we are all about growing and eating local. From our Nature + Gardens sites, including our Botanical Garden and Floral Showhouse and School of Horticulture, to our Feast On certified restaurants that source Ontario ingredients and beverages, local is very much rooted in what we do. While...

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    Get Growing with Niagara Parks: Celery

    At Niagara Parks we are all about growing and eating local. From our Nature + Gardens sites, including our Botanical Garden and Floral Showhouse and School of Horticulture, to our Feast On certified restaurants that source Ontario ingredients and beverages, local is very much rooted in what we do. While...

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    Get Growing with Niagara Parks: Strawberries

    At Niagara Parks we are all about growing and eating local. From our Nature + Gardens sites, including our Botanical Garden and Floral Showhouse and School of Horticulture, to our Feast On certified restaurants that source Ontario ingredients and beverages, local is very much rooted in what we do. While...

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    “Niagara Strait” Public Art Installation at Botanical Gardens

    Yesterday we celebrated the installation of “Niagara Strait.” A new, major public art installation at our Botanical Gardens. This sculpture was the winning design selected from an open call that was part of Niagara Parks’ Ontario 150 celebrations in 2017. In 2017 Niagara Parks joined the rest of the country...

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    The Truth Behind Niagara Falls’ “Frozen” Appearance

    Do the Falls actually freeze? Well, technically no. Though it is a trick question, as to the eye it might look as though they do. During particularly cold temperatures, the mist and spray begin to form a crust of ice over top of the rushing water, making it appear as...

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    8 Ways To Explore Niagara Parks This Winter

    Between December and March, Niagara Falls is transformed into a winter wonderland as the mist rising from the Falls covers our parkland in thick layers of snow and ice. Whether you want to bundle up and explore the outdoors or head inside to escape the sub-zero temperatures, here’s eight ways...

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