Indigenous Culinary Traditions
This National Indigenous Month, join Niagara Parks in celebrating Indigenous culinary traditions. Throughout the month of June, Table Rock House Restaurant and Queen Victoria Part Restaurant will feature menus inspired by Indigenous chefs and culture.
Check back for more details and to see full menus.
Table Rock House Restaurant
Pamper your palate with locally sourced and internationally inspired fare artfully crafted by Chef Elbert Wiersema at this Feast On certified restaurant. It's located just steps from the brink of the Canadian Horseshoe Falls.Learn More
Queen Victoria Place Restaurant
Located in the heart of Queen Victoria Park, visit Niagara Parks’ restaurant and a classic Niagara culinary experience since 1904. Enjoy breathtaking views of the American and Canadian Horseshoe Falls and a seasonal, locally sourced menu.Explore
Indigenous Month at Niagara Parks
In recognition of National Indigenous Month, Niagara Parks joins a number of local organizations in hosting special events, ceremonies and programming throughout the entire month of June. National Indigenous Month recognizes the historic contributions of Indigenous Peoples to the development of Canada and the strength of present-day Indigenous communities and their promise for the future.
Learn more about our opening celebrations here.
Indigenous Connections Along the Niagara Parkway
This National Indigenous Month, discover Indigenous connections along the Niagara Parkway with our interactive map. The land along the Niagara River has been recognized as a spiritual place with rich ties to Indigenous history and culture for many generations. Oral tradition and archaeological evidence indicate that Indigenous peoples have lived along the Niagara River, from Fort Erie north to the shores of Lake Ontario in Niagara-on-the-Lake, for more than 13,000 years.