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Unique waterfront boutiques, art galleries, and antique shops- Port Colborne celebrates the independent.


Serving regional and global fare, discover why Port Colborne is a hot Niagara dining destination.


A vibrant arts and culture community featuring galleries, studios, heritage museum and theatre.

Browse our shops

Feel the friendly atmosphere as you stroll through the district- shopping in the most unique and delightful boutiques and galleries in the Niagara area.

Grab a bite to eat

Tempt your taste buds as you dine our eclectic mix of international style pubs and restaurants.

See the sites

Hear the blast of ships horns as they pass under Bridge 21 plying the waters of the Welland Canal-destined for ports throughout the world.

Plan a visit today

Port Colborne is an hour from the Greater Toronto Area (GTA), 30 minutes from Niagara Falls and St. Catharines and only 20 minutes from the Peace Bridge crossing between Fort Erie, Ontario and Buffalo, New York. Highway 3, a heritage highway linking Niagara with the agricultural communities of Southwestern Ontario bisects the community. Visitors driving from Toronto via the QEW can reach Port Colborne by taking Hwy. 406 south to Hwy 140. Regional Road 20 links Niagara Falls with Hwy. 406 and Hwy 140.  You can also visit Port Colborne by bike (we are at the southwest corner of the Greater Niagara Circle Route, or by boat- via the Welland Canal or Lake Erie. 


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