Pristine winter landscapes . . . twinkling lights . . . award-winning wineries and tantalizing culinary experiences . . . unique boutiques . . . museums and art galleries . . . cosy accommodation . . . heart-warming hospitality . . . delicious homemade breakfasts . . . making new acquaintances . . .
These are just a few of the reasons why visitors enjoy bed and breakfast getaways at Globetrotters Bed and Breakfast in Niagara-on-the-Lake.
But did you know about the live entertainment available in the area?
Wine Bars, Pubs and Lounges
Just a quick 10-minute walk from our door, the Old Winery features live music in their wine bar on Thursday, Friday and Saturday evenings. Just a two-minute drive away (or a brisk 20-minute walk if you prefer not to drive), the Old Angel Inn rocks on Friday and Saturday evenings as does The Irish Harp on Friday, Saturday and Sunday. And be sure to check out Cork’s on the main street to see what entertainment they’re featuring on any given night.
In St. David’s, Ravine Winery invites you to settle into their lounge with a nice glass of wine and a hand-sliced charcuterie plate that’s to die for as you listen to music performed by local artists.
From November through May, the Centre for the Arts at Brock University hosts amazing performances by such brilliant artists as Les Ballets Jazz de Montréal, the Mermaid Theatre of Nova Scotia, the Niagara Symphony Orchestra, the University Wind Ensemble, the Manhattan Transfer, Chorus Niagara, Ballet Jörgen Canada, Darlene Love, the Leahy Family, John McDermott, Fabuki Daiko, Tower of Power, AC/DC, Jim Brickman and Luke McMaster, DINO-Light, the Tall Stories Theatre Company of London, Royal Wood and David Myles, Measha Brueggergosman, The Marigolds & David Francey, Sierra Maestra, jazz guitarist Michael Occhipinti, multiple Grammy Award winning Take 6, Laila Biali, Volcano Theatre, Fred Penner, Peking Acrobats, Amy Helm, the Just for Laughs Roadshow, Michael Ciufo, Chris McKhool, Sultans of String and more. There’s something for the whole family.
Just a 20-minute drive along the Niagara River from Niagara-on-the-Lake, the Fallsview Casino is featuring an impressive lineup that includes Christmas on Ice, Jersey Nights, 38 Special, Alan Jackson, The Commodores, grand illusionists Kevin and Caruso, Billy Ocean, Dierks Bentley, Michael Bolton and Jive Talkin’.
Perhaps one of the best-kept secrets in Niagara, the Lyndesfarne Theatre Projects is located in the Seneca Queen Theatre at 4624 Queen Street in Niagara Falls. The Winter 2014/15 season features such wonderful productions as Shirley Valentine starring Nora McLellan; the hilarious 39 Steps starring Ric Reid, William Vickers, Gray Powell and Marla McLean; and the Ravine. Single tickets range from $15 to $35.