Ontario's Winter Festival of Lights Is Officially Returning Next Month

You can explore a wonderland of twinkling lights and glowing installations this year.

Ontario's Winter Festival Of Lights is officially returning, and it will transport you to the North Pole.

Hosted by the Ontario Power Generation, the event takes place in Niagara Falls from November 14, 2020, to January 10, 2021.

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The dazzling attraction draws over one million visitors annually, and you can explore more than three million lights around the area.

You can travel along an eight-kilometre illumination route lit with an array of stunning colours. 

There are also lots of giant installations to explore across Niagara and the Dufferin Islands.

The event is completely free to visit, making it the perfect holiday adventure.

Mark your calendars for this twinkling festival.

Winter Festival Of Lights

Price: Free

When: November 14, 2020 - January 10, 2021

Address: Niagara Falls, ON

Why You Need To Go: Explore glowing installations and sparkling trails at this massive illumination festival.

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