Niagara Falls isn't the only place that knows how to put on a light show. A short drive just west of Toronto will bring you to "The Waterfall Capital of the World", where multiple waterfalls are illuminated with colourful lights yearly.
The city of Hamilton has been dubbed "The Waterfall Capital of the World" due to its abundance of over 140 natural waterfalls. Throughout the year, volunteers at The City of Waterfalls head out to various sites and puts on free evening light shows for anyone who would like to attend. Different waterfalls are chosen each time, and the illuminations create a wonderful displays of art that are worthy of photos.
To find out which waterfall in Hamilton is being illuminated and when, people can visit The City of Waterfalls website, which outlines recent news and events. The most recent illumination occurred on Victoria Day weekend, and Albion Falls was the lucky site chosen for the light show:
Other waterfalls that have been illuminated in the past include Great Falls, Sherman Falls, Scenic Falls, Smokey Hallow Falls and Tiffany Falls.
During the winter, the illuminations are set on the frozen waterfalls, which make for an even more unique show. You can check out some more photos below, taken by organizer Jay Poel:
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