There are some very exciting things happening in Niagara Falls, Ontario this year. As the pandemic begins to come to an end, and things get back to "normal", you may be excited to get back out and celebrate!

According to the Niagara Falls Tourism website:

Celebrate your Irish heritage, Niagara Falls style. Discover all of the best events in and around the city to celebrate this day of green accordingly - from live music at an Irish Pub to cultural celebrations, Niagara Falls has got it all!

The Best Western on Lundy's Lane has a fun day filled with music planned! The Skylon Tower and other buildings will also be lit green for the evening and there are also some great outdoor activities as well.

The Falls may also be lit green. But did you know that, the water flowing over Niagara Falls is green all year round. Here's why.

We haven't been to Niagara Falls, Canada in over two years! There are so many great things to look forward to this year and if you are planning a day on either side of the border, make sure you check ahead and are prepared for the guidelines at the border.

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