St. Mark’s Anglican Church
- St. Mark’s rich, historic past, dates back to 1790, when two residents wrote to Bishop Inglis of Nova Scotia requesting that a clergyman be sent to minister to the residents of the new village.
- PondView Estate Winery sits on a 50 acre grape farm that has been tended to by the Puglisi family since 1974.
- Winemaker Lou Puglisi has earned the prestigious title of Grape King in 2008, awarded by the Ministry of Agriculture to the finest vineyard operator in Ontario.
Mount Carmel Monastery & Cellars
- Construction began in 1894.
- Originally served as a hospice and retreat centre.
The Hare Wine Co.
- At the end of the American Revolution when Colonel John Butler’s Rangers disbanded, many were granted land in the Niagara Township as a reward for their services. This property was deeded as Lot 171 and granted to Nathanial Hanes by the crown on May 16, 1798
Ravine Estates Winery
- Upper farm was purchased in 1867.
Niagara United Mennonite Church
Grace United Church
- Designed by William Thomas.
- Constructed in 1852 for the Presbyterian Church
Royal Canadian Legion Branch 124
- Branch 124 of the Royal Canadian Legion’s mission is to serve Veterans and their dependants, promote Remembrance and to act in the service of Canada and its communities.
Oast House Brewery
- This building’s history includes its origin as a fruit basket manufacturer in the late 1800s, a fruit packing shed, the Niagara Township Fruit Cooperative, the original Farmers’ Co-op Bank and a long time John Deere Tractor & Farm Supply Dealership.
- In early 2011 the iconic “big, red barn” became available and was purchased as the future home of the Niagara Oast House Brewery.
The Niagara-on-the-Lake Public Library is the first circulating library to be established in Upper Canada.
- Simcoe Park offers a wading pool, bandshell, picnic tables, washrooms and playground equipment.