Autumn in Ontario is one of the greatest shows on earth. Great fall drives wind across the province against a majestic backdrop of red and gold; paddlers seeking solitude take in the scene on one of Ontario’s 250,000 lakes; families find the perfect pumpkin and weave their way through a corn maze; and the curtain is literally raised when TIFF comes to town and Toronto takes centre stage. And Fall in Ontario always pairs nicely with a glass of Ontario wine and a local culinary experience.
Download the Ontario Travel Fall magazine to find what’s best in the province this season – after all, half the fun is getting there so don’t miss a craft beer, a local cheese or a unique artist’s studio along the way.
Here’s a few of our picks from this issue:
1. Catch David Bowie IS at the AGO!
Ground control to Ontario … the acclaimed exhibition celebrating David Bowie’s stellar career is coming to the Art Gallery of Ontario!
Album cover shoot for Aladdin Sane, 1973.
Photograph by Brian Duffy. Photo Duffy © Duffy Archive
2. Discover great eats
Treat your palate to the culinary delights of Niagara’s local food producers, restaurants and celebrity chefs at the Niagara Food Festival.
3. Sip and Sample
Discover unique distilleries and breweries throughout the province this fall, including Dillion‘s Small Batch Distillers, who you can find in the heart of the Niagara region.
4. Hit the trails
With more than 88,000 km (49,600 mi.) of trails in Ontario, it could take an entire lifetime of autumns to see everything. Why not start now?
Download the Fall Tablet Magazine here to find out more about these and other Ontario adventures this season.