Canada’s largest festival of lights returns to Niagara falls this year. More than a million people from all over the world come every year to see over three million lights that illuminated Niagara falls during the city’s annual Winter festival of lights.
“8-kilometer road through the beautiful Niagara parks, Dufferin Islands and tour the neighborhood will turn into a winter Wonderland,” – said on the website of tourist programs Niagara falls.
Many activities will be held among these lights, including 25 with a fireworks show and a prize for the Sparkle Lighting Awards.
Festival 2019 will start on November 16 and will last till January 12, 2020. Admission is free, but donations are welcome.
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