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Queen Victoria Park, Niagara Falls

Winter Festival of Lights

Escape this winter to Niagara Falls for the Ontario Power Generation Winter Festival of Lights, presented by Niagara Falls Tourism, Canada’s largest free outdoor light festival.
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Winter Festival of Lights

Escape this winter to Niagara Falls for the Ontario Power Generation Winter Festival of Lights, presented by Niagara Falls Tourism, Canada’s largest free outdoor light festival. Experience the spectacular displays with 3 million lights along the Niagara Parkway, from Queen Victoria Park through Dufferin Islands and across Niagara Falls.

Explore this year's festival theme of "connection" along an 8-kilometre route filled with dazzling lights, interactive displays, and more. Whether by car or on foot, the wide open spaces and trails let you bundle up and keep your distance while enjoying this year's incredible exhibits. Visit these locations at Niagara Parks for our special lighting exhibits, part of the OPG Winter Festival of Lights:

Illumination Dinner

This intimate dinner at the brink of the falls features 5 delicious, locally sourced courses paired with Niagara VQA wines.

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Poinsettia Show

A family holiday tradition for over 65 years featuring over 1,400 poinsettias along with cyclamen, azaleas and colourful lighting installations.

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New Year's Eve Dinner

Ring in the new year with our exclusive New Year’s Eve Dinner overlooking the Canadian Horseshoe Falls at Table Rock House Restaurant.

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Queen Victoria Park

Explore a winter wonderland in Queen Victoria Park. Play amongst the giant illuminated moose and polar bears or meander through our fanciful winter sets, all with the illuminated falls in the background.

Something magical is coming our way! Visit Queen Victoria Park on November 25 and 26 between 5 p.m. and 9 p.m. when Coke Canada Bottling delivers the magic to Niagara Parks with their first-ever Holiday Truck Tour! Capture a photo with the iconic Coca-Cola Holiday truck, driven by none other than Santa himself.

In December, Santa returns to Niagara Parks on select nights for photos at Queen Victoria Place—home to the giant Gingerbread House, illuminated Gingerbread Family, Candy Canes and more. See Santa's schedule here.

Queen Victoria Park
Table Rock Centre

Table Rock Centre

Set against the backdrop of the majestic Canadian Horseshoe Falls is Table Rock Centre, filled with a number of displays you can walk through for the perfect selfie. Don’t miss the joy of this enchanting stop along the route.

Floral Showhouse

Step into the warmth of Niagara Parks Floral Showhouse for the annual Poinsettia Show. Elements from traditional Victorian to the modern meet in a kaleidoscope of colour and festooned lights as part of this year’s exhibit. Whimsical and inviting, guests will find Cyclamen, Amaryllis, Orchids and at the centre of attention Poinsettias! This tradition should not be missed, and hours have been extended into the evening during the festival.

Floral Showhouse
Dufferin Islands

Dufferin Islands

Explore 10 acres of nature-themed displays inspired by this natural paradise. Whether you drive through or decide to park your car and explore by foot, this magical area is a key highlight for the whole family.

We hope you enjoy this year’s festival and members of our staff and volunteers look forward to wishing you a Happy Holidays. During the festival, if you enjoyed the show, consider a donation to help keep this annual tradition alive for years to come. Donations are voluntary and collected in Dufferin Islands.

Niagara Parks Power Station

New this year, visit Power Plaza in front of the Niagara Parks Power Station for some festive photo opportunities and must-see interactive exhibits.

Make it a night to remember with Currents: Niagara's Power Transformed, an all-new sound and light show inside the heart of the station.

Niagara Parks Power Station

Make it your winter tradition

Learn more about other Winter Festival of Lights activations throughout the city of Niagara Falls.

Niagara Parks is committed to protecting the health and safety of all guests and staff. Face coverings are required at all indoor spaces and attractions within Niagara Parks, and proof of vaccination is required at some locations.