There’s a new event debuting in Ontario this winter, and it is the perfect way to get in the spirit of the season. Lumina Borealis transforms the grounds of Fort Henry National Historic Site of Canada into a winter wonderland, with surprises and awe-inspiring sights around each corner.
Wander through a snow-dusted forest of evergreens where woodland creatures seem to greet you as you pass by. Don’t miss the the “Singing Aurora” where a coloured symphony paints the walls of the fort.
Want to warm up? Linger by the “Fireteller” and enjoy the cozy campfires, then head up to the Garrison Store for hot chocolate and festive treats.
Lumina Borealis runs from December 1st, 2016 to February 4th, 2017. Learn more about planning your visit here. Planning on making a weekend of it in Kingston? Check out our guide to the city here.
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