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Christmas at the Falls
This is a Canadian Christmas full of food, fun and holiday spirit
Experience a spectacular holiday light show as you travel 8 km through Canada's largest light festival, a dazzling pallet of colour illuminated with millions of lights. Surround yourself in the sweet smell of chocolate as you learn about artisan chocolate panning and molding techniques. Dine 775 ft above the world famous Niagara Falls as well as indulge in a delectable Christmas dinner.
Your stay while in Niagara Falls is at the historic Old Stone Inn , a lovely property located in the Entertainment District of Niagara Falls. This remarkable boutique inn blends classic historic character with elegant and modern amenities. Each room is designed with fabrics and materials chosen for their colours, contours and textures drawing from the historic elegance of the inn with modern day indulgence.
Church services are available on Christmas Eve and Christmas morning for those who wish to attend.
- Niagara Falls Light Drive
- Christmas dinner and gift exchange
- FX Chocolate Factory
- Floral Show House
- Lunch at the Skylon Tower
- Dinner at the Prime Steakhouse Crown Plaza
Motorcoach transportation, 3 nights accommodation, 3 breakfasts, 2 lunches, 3 dinners, all highlights listed, Tour Director, Connections Program and all taxes.
Prices are in Canadian dollars, are per person and include HST.
Niagara Falls: The Old Stone Inn (3 nights)
About the Inn
The Old Stone Inn dates back to the turn of the century. This quaint stone building began life in 1904 as one of the region’s leading flour mills. Built originally as a three-storey structure, the cornerstone was laid on July 4 in 1904.
The Flour Mill, called Niagara Falls Milling Co., produced products that were household names including Gold Dust and Niagara Spray. Years followed and by 1912, the company went bankrupt and the Urschel Bates Valve-Bag Co. had moved in to the building. Within 12 years, the building had a major fire to which only the walls and flooring remained.
The building and land was then purchased by Myer Salit, a resident of Niagara Falls. They set up their offices and metal warehouse for their business. The company had grown substantially and outgrew the location, moving their business in 1972. From 1972 to 1977, the building remained vacant and the empty structure was once again struck by a ravaged fire. In 1977, a land developer recognized the building’s unique historic structure and brought life back to the building by repurposing the space to a hotel & restaurant: Old Stone Inn.
Throughout the years, the Old Stone Inn has entertained and accommodated distinguished patrons including Prime Minister Trudeau (his podium remains on property at the present time), Olympian Dorothy Hamil, Princess Diana and many others.
The Old Stone Inn is one of Niagara Falls’ few historical inns.
Christmas Eve – Travel to Niagara Falls
Travel to Niagara Falls where you’ll arrive at the beautiful Old Stone Inn for a delicious dinner. Transportation will be available for a Christmas Eve church services for those who wish to attend.
Stay: Old Mill Inn, Niagara Falls
Christmas Eve Catholic Church Service: 6:00 pm St. Patrick Church
Christmas Eve Church Service: 7:00 pm Drummond Hill Presbyterian Church
Today you will enjoy Christmas with fellow travellers. For those who wish, transportation will be available to a morning church service. The rest of the day is full of fun, food, and cheer. After a fun gift exchange and yummy Christmas dinner, prepare to be dazzled as you travel 8 km along the illuminated Winter Festival of Lights, where Niagara Falls is transformed into a winter wonderland of colour with millions of sparkling lights and animated displays.
Meals: B, L, D
Christmas Catholic Church Service: 9:30 am St. Patrick Church
Christmas Church Service: 10:30 am Drummond Hill Presbyterian Church
This morning you board the coach and make your way to Niagara-on-the-Lake where you are in for a sweet time as you sample chocolates and enjoy an introduction to chocolate making at Chocolate FX. Things are always in bloom at your next stop, the Floral Showhouse. Stroll among rare collections of orchids, lilies, cyclamen and succulents while enjoying the songs of the tropical birds who call this paradise home. Go up, way up! 775 ft to the top of the Skylon Tower for lunch with the best views of the Niagara Falls, enjoying the 360° view. The afternoon is yours to enjoy, make sure to leave room for dinner because tonight you are heading to one of the Top Rated Restaurants in Niagara Falls, Prime Steakhouse at the Crowne Plaza for an amazing dinner complimented by stunning views of the illuminated falls.
Meals: B, L, D
After breakfast at the Inn this morning you’ll board the motorcoach for your journey home.
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