Our Tours:

The Last Ride of Sir Isaac Brock

Ride along with the hero of War of 1812 on his fateful date with destiny at Queenston Heights and learn the secret of Brock’s Monument. Beginning at Fort George in Niagara Lake and reliving his ride to Queenston, this tour brings history to life



Wine Tour #1

This is one of two tours focused on the wineries in the Niagara-on-the-Lake vicinity. Starting out at Jackson-Triggs' Niagara Stone Road winery, the tour samples an interesting cross-section of wineries with varied specialties. Whether it’s a tasty sauvignon blanc at Cattail Creek Estate, a biodynamic Cabernet Merlot from Southbrook Vineyards or the wines from the newest winery on the tour Hinterbrook Estate, this tour takes in the Niagara Four Mile Creek and Niagara Lakeshore sub-appellations of the Vintner’s Quality Alliance (VQA).


Cattail Creek Estate
Diamond Estate Wines
Hillebrand Trius
Hinterbrook Estate
Konzelmann Estate
Jackson-Triggs Winery
Joseph's Estates
Palatine Hills Estate
Pillitteri Estates Winery
Southbrook Wineries
Stonechurch Winery
Stratus Vineyards
Strewn Winery
Sunnybrook Farm Estate
Vignoble Rancourt Winery

Wine Tour #2

The second of our tours originating in Niagara-on-the-Lake, this tour ventures south along the scenic Niagara Parkway, visiting wineries in the Niagara River sub-appellation  before heading inland to explore the heart of the Niagara Four Mile Creek and Niagara St. Davids sub-appellations. In addition to taking in some of the better-known names in Niagara wine-making like Inniskillin and Chateau des Charmes, we also visit the smaller wineries whose depth and variety give winemaking in Ontario its renown.


Between The Lines Winery
Caroline Cellars
Chateau des Charmes
Coyote's Run Estate
Colaneri Estate Winery
Frogpond Farm Winery
Inniskillin Wines
Lailey Vineyard
Maleta Estate
Marynissen Estates
Peller Estates
Pondview Estate Winery
Ravine Vineyard Estate
Reif Estate Winery


Tours in Development:

Wine Tour #3

Starting in St. Catharines, this scenic route will trace the edge of the world-famous Niagara Escarpment, following scenic back roads to Jordan Station.



Laura Secord's Epic Walk

Her famous walk from her home in Queenston to warn British troops of a planned U.S. attack has been one of the most enduring and admired stories from the War of 1812.



Invasion Road

1813 was the year that nearly saw the end of Upper Canada. Beginning in Niagara-on-the-Lake with the successful taking of Fort George, we trace the seemingly unstoppable U.S. march towards victory at Burlington Heights.

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