Getaways in Canada

Polar Express™ and Santa Train Rides in Ontario

Polar Express™ and Santa Train Rides in Ontario

Relive the magical story of the motion picture The Polar Express™ or enjoy a visit from Santa as you and your loved ones take a ride on the Christmas Trains that take you along the snow laden countrysides of Ontario. Christmas on the Rails - Halton County Radial Railway Ride into the holiday season with Halton County Radial Railway. There’s nothing like riding the rails through the woods with snow on the trees and Christmas carols in the air and a visit from Santa! Details December 7 to 15, 2019 Halton County Radial Railway Museum, 13629 Guelph Line, Milton $10.50
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10 Things to Do During Winter Festival of Lights, Niagara Falls

10 Things to Do During Winter Festival of Lights, Niagara Falls

A must visit winter festival in Canada, the 37th season of the Ontario Power Generation Winter Festival of Lights that kicks off on November 16th 2019, transforms Niagara Falls into a winter wonderland. Here is the list of ten things to do during the Festival that is on until January 12, 2020. 1. Join for the kick-off ceremony: Enjoy family-friendly entertainment in Queen Victoria Park just steps from the mighty Niagara Falls at Queen Victoria Park. 2. Drive along 8km Illumination route that travels along the stunningly beautiful Niagara Parkway. See awe-inspiring three-dimensional displays across Queen Victoria Park, Oakes Garden
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Places to See Magical Christmas Lights in Ontario

Places to See Magical Christmas Lights in Ontario

From spectacular illuminations that transforms the Niagara Falls area to enjoying evening stroll through picture-perfect postcard setting with close to one million lights at Upper Canada Village, Ontario is all aglow with magical lights. Although every village, town, city, and community has at least one or two house or buildings worth stopping to check out, the following light shows are definitely worth travelling to see.
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Top Things to Do in Arrowhead Provincial Park During Winter

Top Things to Do in Arrowhead Provincial Park During Winter

Arrowhead Provincial Park is a great visit any time of the year, but in winter, the famous skate trail nestled along the snow laden trees is not the only thing that you can do to enjoy the crisp and clear winter air.
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Places to see Christmas/Holiday Light Displays in Toronto & GTA

Places to see Christmas/Holiday Light Displays in Toronto & GTA

A list of places to see Christmas/ holiday light displays and decorations in Toronto and the GTA.
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25 Things to Do in Winter in Cape Breton Island

25 Things to Do in Winter in Cape Breton Island

As the temperature drops, Cape Breton becomes a breathtakingly beautiful winter wonderland. Get ready for cool activities and to warm up at Ceilidhs. Break out your warmest clothing and get ready to embrace the coastal winter like an Islander.
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A Christmas Lights Day Trip - Simcoe Christmas Panorama

A Christmas Lights Day Trip – Simcoe Christmas Panorama

Plan a trip to Simcoe in Norfolk county and experience the charm of the original light festival in Ontario during the annual Simcoe Christmas Panorama and start your journey in a world of wonder as twinkling lights glimmer throughout the night.
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17 Must Visit Places to See Magical Christmas Lights in Alberta 2019

17 Must Visit Places to See Magical Christmas Lights in Alberta 2019

Come Christmas, enchanting holiday lights starts to glow all over Alberta. Although every village, town, city, and community has at least one or two house or buildings worth stopping to check out, the following light shows are definitely worth travelling to see.
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25 Things to Do during Winter in and around Parkland County

25 Things to Do during Winter in and around Parkland County

Parkland County is a spacious municipal district just west of Edmonton, and is home to many lakes, natural attractions and places to explore. Whether you are lucky enough to live there, or just visiting for the day, here is a list of 25 places for you to explore this winter. Winter doesn’t need to mean staying home, especially in such a beautiful area. Here are 25 things to Do during Winter in Parkland County, Stony Plain and Spruce Grove: Stony Plain Christmas Light Up Join residents and guests for the annual Stony Plain Christmas Light Up. Entertainment between 6:30-9:30 pm
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25 Things to Do during Winter in St. Albert

25 Things to Do during Winter in St. Albert

Winter is long on the prairies, but in the City of St. Albert, located west of Edmonton, there is plenty to keep you occupied all season long! Take your family to “The Hill” as the locals call it, and spend a frosty day sledding in the winter sunshine. If you’d rather stay indoors, there are local markets to visit, indoor festivals and theatre as well. St. Albert is also home to galleries, museums, nature trails and activities for families. Outdoor Skating Tie up your skates and get ready to glide across the ice under the bright winter sky. St. Albert
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Top Things to Do in Cheticamp

Things to Do in Cheticamp

Located on the Cabot Trail, Cheticamp is an Acadian fishing village. Along with its neighbour Saint-Joseph-du-Moine, they make up the largest Francophone enclave on Cape Breton Island. The downtown area overlooks the harbour and has views of the Gulf of Saint Lawrence and Cheticamp Island. Petit Etang and Pleasant Bay are just a short drive from Cheticamp for more fun activities. Here is a list of things to do when are visiting Cheticamp, Cape Breton Island. How to get to Cheticamp Cheticamp is approximately 164.4km from Sydney on the NS-105 W and Cabot Trail. From Halifax, it is 397.2km on
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Polar Express™ and Santa Trains in Alberta

Polar Express™ and Santa Trains in Alberta

Relive the magical story of the motion picture THE POLAR EXPRESS™ or enjoy a visit from Santa as you and your loved ones take a ride on the Christmas Trains that take you along the snow laden countrysides of Alberta! The Polar Express™ Train Ride Aspen Crossing Experience carolling and holiday entertainment that will surely become an annual holiday tradition for the whole family. Families are encouraged to wear their pyjamas for the ride and join in on the magic of Christmas! ​The Train ride is approximately one hour long and includes your golden train ticket, hot chocolate in a ceramic Polar
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Thanksgiving Weekend in Victoria

Thanksgiving Weekend in Victoria

Things to do this Thanksgiving weekend in Victoria: Thanksgiving feasts, activities, festivals and other events in and around Victoria including free fun family activities, live music, theatre and more!
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25 Haunted Attractions in Nova Scotia

25 Haunted Halloween Attractions in Nova Scotia

Nova Scotia has a dark past that is filled with maritime accidents, wars, betrayals, and murders. So, it is no surprise that October is brings an array of haunted houses, spooky corn mazes and ghost tours across the province. There are even places that are said to be haunted on this list that you can visit, especially if you want to know if ghosts really exist. While there are many said to be haunted areas in this beautiful province, listed below are 25 haunted attractions in Nova Scotia you can check out this October. You may like: Thanksgiving Weekend in
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Halloween in New Brunswick

25 Haunted Attractions & Halloween Activities in New Brunswick

The month of October is here, so you should be getting ready for some scares because Halloween will be here before you know it. New Brunswick is host to many haunted houses and truly haunted locations across the province, so there are quite a few places for you to get ‘your scare on’. To help you decide where to go to have a lot of eerie fun, listed below you will find 25 haunted attractions in New Brunswick. 1. Keillor House Museum Haunted House Tour Even if you have toured the Keillor House before, you should take the Keillor House
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Things to Do in Baddeck

Things to Do in Baddeck

Famous for being the summer home of Sir Alexander Graham Bell, Baddeck is located on the start and end of the Cabot Trail loop, Cape Breton Island, Nova Scotia. While the Baddeck is home to just over 700 people, it doesn’t feel small in any way. There are plenty of activities to keep you busy whether you are staying in the area, or getting ready to travel around the Cabot Trail. Here is a list of what to expect and what to do, if you are visiting Baddeck. How to get to Baddeck: Getting to Baddeck is fairly easy since
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10 Things to Do this Thanksgiving Weekend in Fredericton

10 Things to Do this Thanksgiving Weekend in Fredericton

Enjoy the long weekend, and gather your family and friends together to have a Thanksgiving filled with fall fun. There are lots of autumn events and U-picks open this Thanksgiving weekend.
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Things to Do along Cabot Trail during Fall

Things to Do along Cabot Trail during Fall

The Cabot Trail is a world-famous tourist destination that turns into a spectacular fall scene as the leaves of old-growth forests turn beautiful colours. Driving the Cabot Trail is very popular with visitors and locals alike during the fall. While you could drive the Cabot Trail in just 8 hours, it is best enjoyed by making 2 to 3 overnight stops along the way. Be sure to check out the list of 25 things to do along the Cabot Trail this fall. You may like: Thanksgiving Weekend in Cape Breton 1.Celtic Colours International Festival Celtic Colours International Festival is a
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Haunted Houses & Attractions in Calgary

Haunted Houses & Attractions in Calgary

Where you go for the creepiest and scariest Halloween Adventures in Calgary!
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Activities and Festivals to Enjoy in Ontario this Fall Season

50+ Activities and Festivals to Enjoy in Ontario this Fall Season

From spectacular fall colours, harvest activities and festivals, and halloween events, that are plenty of ways to celebrate this transitional season in Ontario. Here are fifty fun activities that will have you celebrating the autumn season to its full potential. Kick off Fall with Hike Haliburton Festival Join for Canada’s largest hiking festival and experience the beginning of Fall! Take in the wonder of the Haliburton Highlands from September 18th-22nd, 2019. The Festival is more than just traditional hiking; heavily integrating the arts, culture, heritage and foodie experiences to truly showcase the area. There are lots of great events happening
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