for the Falls, of course
quaint, historic town with great little shops, restaurants, and (in the summer) the Shaw Theatre festival
Ontario's bustling and multicultural capital
town in Niagara Region, Ontario
Lincoln is a town in the Niagara Peninsula. It is a mostly rural town, but also encompasses the towns of Beamsville and Vineland and other smaller communities. It is best known for its dozens of wineries. The district is known as Twenty Valley.
It is off the QEW between Grimsby and St. Catharines, and is reached easily by taking the Ontario St. Beamsville exit (exit 64). Beamsville can also be reached via the old number 8 highway, a scenic drive that follows a traditional Native American trail and trade route. Beamsville is about an hour's drive from Toronto, and 30 minutes from Niagara Falls.
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