Fort Erie - Gateway
to Entertainment, Historic Sites, Picturesque Scenery, Museums, Food
It doesn't matter the time of year, count on
Fort Erie for adding
excitement to every season, From their many festivals and events,
historical museums, entertainment, shopping, dining and attractions -
once you stop it's all right there.
Situated on the south-eastern tip of the Niagara Peninsula, Fort Erie
delivers a diverse and fascinating array of experiences to all its
visitors. Step back in time to the year
1812, and Explore
Historic Fort Erie!
Challenge the sport of Kings, more than a century's worth of tradition
at Fort Erie's Racetrack. Visit the Town's historical and railroad
museums, the Mildred M. Mahoney's Doll's House Gallery and the Fort
Erie LaFrance Antique Fire Fighting Museum. Enjoy the splendor of Lake
Erie's sparkling waters and white sand beaches, or picnic along the
scenic Niagara Parkway.
Fort Erie's waterways are second to none - the ultimate for all water
sports and leisure activities and in every season. Known world-wide as
the gateway to Canada, your visit to Fort Erie is sure to be enjoyable.
Best of all, getting there is easy. Fort Erie is close to all major
centres such as Buffalo, NY and Niagara Falls. Fort Erie is also
from all corners of Niagara via the Queen Elizabeth Way, Highway #3 and
the Niagara Parkway. If traveling from from the United States, take the
I90 north to Buffalo to the Peace Bridge.