Niagara-on-the-Lake is one of the two most visited areas in the Niagara Peninsula, the other one obviously being Niagara Falls. Its appeal and, for that matter, the type of visitor it attracts, are, however, quite different. Its attraction lies in its history, the Shaw Festival Theatre, and, not the least, an appearance and ambience that suggest time has stood still. There are innumerable sites associated with it, the greatest number of which deal with the availability of overnight accommodation. These are broken into Lodging subcategories, each of which has its own Category Description that explains its underlying rationale. Other subcategories cover such areas of interest as Shopping, Wineries, and Real Estate (which has its own highly localized representation, despite being also covered by many other members of the St.Catharines and Niagara Falls real estate boards). Apart from the "old town" itself, the Town of Niagara-on-the-Lake takes in the communities of Queenston and St.Davids, as well as Virgil, where the municipal offices are located; and the three of them each has a category of its own.
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Niagara-on-the-Lake Public Library
Comprehensive site of the first circulating library to be established in Upper Canada in 1800. Information includes historical and genealogical data and links to a wide range of related topics.
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