870 Niagara St.
Welland, ON L3C 1M3
Phone: (905) 732-4811
Fax: (905) 732-9654
870 Niagara St., Welland, ON, CA, L3C 1M3
- Phone: (905) 732-4811
- Fax: (905) 732-9654
Welland Centennial Secondary School strives for an all-round development of its students. A well balanced curriculum is supplemented by sports facilities, a library and various activity clubs. These offer the students a chance to bring out the best qualities in them, be it in the field of academics, arts, literature, music or outdoor sports. For details about admissions and enrollment, please log on to their website.
Nestled in the heart of Welland which is also called the 'Rose City' at the renowned Welland Canal, Downtown Welland, is a historic part of the city. Located near Downtown is Merritt Park, a natural wonder and haven for hikers, walkers, skaters and cyclists besides being a popular picnic spot. The amphitheater in the park is a favored venue for annual and seasonal concerts. Don't miss out on the Murals, the biggest open air art gallery of its kind in the city, featuring 28 massive canvases created by local artists. A walking tour is advisable to see these beautiful art pieces. Visit the significant Welland Farmers’ Market in the core of downtown which was built in 1919. Downtown Welland is home of the annual Niagara Food Festival and many others, and is the one of the most vibrant locations in Ontario.
This 18-hole par 72 course features an attractive, rolling layout with plenty of water. Golfers must navigate water hazards on eight of the holes. There's also a heated driving range for those cold, blustery days, a practice green, instructor on site, full-service pro shop and clubhouse with banquet facilities.
Whether you need to go from the airport to your hotel or are planning an extensive tour of the Niagara wine region, you can't do better than Niagara Airbus. The firm provides service to and from all the major airports in the region.
The wondrous splendor of Niagara Falls attracts millions of tourists world over with its enchanting view of the famed Falls. Indulge in one of the water rides, go fishing or cruising ,rediscover your childhood in the theme parks-the options are endless.The more adventurous can venture into the casinos that dot the streets. The city also enjoys a dazzling nightlife.
Steve Bauer, once Canada's top international cyclist, now helps others appreciate the joy of cycling. His tours include the scenic backroads of the region, the wineries, orchards and rivers. The 30-kilometer (18-mile) Niagara-on-The-Lake Full Day Tour begins at Steve's Yellow Jersey Boutique in Queenston, north of Niagara Falls. There's a picnic lunch followed by a tour of the winery, and a ride up to the Queenston Heights Park.
The city of Port Colborne lies on the Lake Erie, near the southwestern border between Canada and the United States. This charming city is steeped in marine heritage, having been an important port-of-entry in the past. This heritage is still visible today, preserved in the Port Colborne Historical and Marina Museum. With a pleasant climate all year round, this city is an ideal tourist destination in the state. See the website to know more about Port Colborne.
This state-of-the-art convention facility features 288,000 square feet (26756 square meters) of convention and meeting space. Conveniently located within walking distance to the Niagara Falls, hotels, and restaurants, this eco-friendly building is made with recycled and local materials. Features include a 1000-seat theater and a 17,000-square-foot (1579 square meter) ballroom that can accommodate 6800 people for a banquet. There is a total of 26,000 square feet (2415 square meters) of meeting space, which includes an 82,000-square-foot (7618 square meter) exhibition hall that can hold 410 booths. It is one of Canada's leading convention and meeting facilities. Just a short distance away you'll find local golf courses, wineries, casinos, and nightlife.
Located on the Canadian coast of the Niagara Falls, Fallsview Tourist Area is a lively hub. The region is home to number of luxurious accommodation facilities and entertainment venues. Popular hotel that dot the line include Niagara Falls Marriott Gateway, Niagara Fallsview Casino Resort and Hilton Niagara Falls Fallsview. Two towering attractions located here include the Konica Minolta Tower Centre and the Skylon Tower. The American side of the Niagara Falls is visible from this area.
Greater Niagara General Hospital is the major medical center in Niagara Falls. It offers emergency services on the premises. Parking is available around the building. The hospital is known by all in the area as one of the best. Different access roads from neighboring locations is an added advantage in case of emergencies.
Niagara Parks Commission is founded to protect, preserve and maintain the entire Niagara River belt and surrounding area. Recreation parks, trails, tourist attractions and similar landmarks come under its purview. For more details, check website.
Operated by the Niagara Parks Commission, this public transport system moves visitors along a 30-kilometer (18-mile) loop of the Niagara Parkway. Check website for details.