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TOtimes Excursions: Here’s a taste of what’s happening in the Niagara area this fall

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Niagara Falls, ON, Oct. 5, 2022 – As autumn leaves begin to change, Niagara Parks offers an exciting lineup of all-ages events across the 56-kilometre Niagara River corridor throughout the month of October. Our friends at Niagara Parks have cooked up a lot of ghostly blooming good fun things to do if you are headed out Niagara way this October into November. From their annual Chrysanthemum Display at the Floral Showhouse, to an owl and bat exhibit at the Butterly Conservatory, and Hallow’s eve haunted ghost tours of the eerie barracks of Old Fort Erie.

Annual Chrysanthemum Display at the Floral Showhouse, Niagara Parks

Annual Chrysanthemum Display at the Floral Showhouse

Thursdays – Mondays, October 8 to November 13, from 10 a.m. – 5 p.m.

The Niagara Parks Floral Showhouse will once again transform into a gardener’s paradise, as cascading Chrysanthemums in vibrant fall colours adorn every corner of its showrooms. Considered by many to be one of Niagara Parks’ most spectacular seasonal displays, the beloved “Mum Show” also holds the title of Niagara Parks’ longest-running exhibit, with its first showing dating back to November 1946.

Dine with Niagara Parks Culinary this Thanksgiving

Niagara Parks remains committed to supporting Ontario’s growers, producers and craftspeople. Dining at one of Niagara Parks’ FeastOn certified restaurants this Thanksgiving directly supports the critical food and agricultural sectors of our local communities. Reservations are required for these highly popular culinary events.

October 8 – 10 Prix Fixe at Table Rock House Restaurant*

October 9 Sunday Brunch at Queenston Heights Restaurant

Thanksgiving menus and online reservations are available at niagaraparks.com/culinary. *Enjoy complimentary parking at Falls Parking, Lot A with dining reservations.

Community Tree Planting Event at the Niagara Glen Nature Centre

October 15, 10 a.m. – 12 noon

Made possible thanks to the generous donations received through the Niagara Parks Foundation, over 100 native trees will be planted during this initiative, which provides a fun and meaningful opportunity for all ages to directly support the critical reforestation of the rare Carolinian forest canopy. Pre-registration is required; please visit niagaraparks.com/community-tree-planting-day.

All Hallow’s Eve Lantern Tours Return to Old Fort Erie, Niagara Parks

All Hallow’s Eve Lantern Tours Return to Old Fort Erie

Thursdays – Saturdays, October 20 – 29, tours begin at 7:30 p.m.

Get into the spirit of Halloween and join a haunted ghost tour of the eerie barracks of Canada’s bloodiest battlefield, at Old Fort Erie. Costumed guides will lead guests by torch and candlelight, through the gates, past the cold stone walls and into the dark corners to learn about the fascinating history of some of our most beloved Halloween traditions. The evening will conclude with the customary burning of a Guy Fawkes effigy.

Guests are encouraged to dress for the weather, as tours will run rain or shine. Pre-registration is required; please reserve your space at niagaraparks.com/ghosttour.

‘Wild About Owls and Bats’ Exhibit at the Butterfly Conservatory

October 29, from 10 a.m. – 5 p.m.

Niagara Parks has partnered with the Canadian Raptor Conservancy to host a free exhibit: Wild About Owls and Bats, offering an up-close encounter to witness the beauty and mystery of these magnificent nocturnal creatures.

For one day only, visitors will be able to interact with live owls and bats and learn about their unique behaviours. The rain or shine event will conclude outdoors, where participants will have a chance to practice their best owl call.

For more information, please visit niagaraparks.com/owl.

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