Places to stay in Queenston, Ontario
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Queenston is located 5 km north of Niagara Falls, Ontario in the Town of Niagara-on-the-Lake. The community is bordered by Highway 405 and the Niagara River; its location on the Niagara Escarpment led to the establishment of the now-defunct Queenston Quarry in the area. Across the river and the American border is the village of Lewiston, New York, and is directly connected to the United States by the Lewiston-Queenston Bridge. Places to eat in the region include Queen's Coach Restaurant, Lee's Restaurant & Tavern, Alibaba's Kebobs, and Far East Restaurant.
Wondering where to stay? Visitors have access to a number of hotels in the community. If you are travelling in the area, Queenston is located close to Allanburg, Limekiln Reef, Perry, Sherkston and Jordan.
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- Longitude: -79°3'26.063
- Latitude: 43°9'51.206
Things to see and do
Bird Kingdom Niagara Falls
Located at 5651 River Road. Your Adventure Begins Here!
Located at 4915 Clifton Hill. Located on the base of Clifton Hill on the Falls Avenue Resort, Adventure City offers numerous rides, challenges and arcade games. Experience unique rides only available at Adventure City such as, the Tour Bus Swat Team, Jungle Friends Funhouse, Traffic Slam Bumper Cars, or Wild Safari Mini Putt. Also offered are tons of themed arcade games for the whole family to enjoy.
Lundy's Lane Historical Museum
Located at 5810 Ferry Street. The Lundys Lane Historical Museum was established in 1961 by the Lundys Lane Historical Society and opened in the Mackenzie House on Drummond Road, the next year the Museum was turned over to the newly amalgamated City of Niagara Falls. In 1970 the Museum moved from its former site at Drummond Road and Lundys Lane to its present home at 5810 Ferry Street. This handsome two-storey limestone building was erected in 1874 on the site of the Battle of Lundys Lane and served as the Stamford Township Hall. John Latshaw, a prominent local architect, was the designer for what is now one of the few remaining structures of that time period in the City of Niagara Falls. In its early days the buildings basement housed the Drummondville Fire Department.
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