The Picture Perfect Village of Lewiston, New York

Located just a few miles drive from Niagara Falls, nestled along Niagara River, overlooking Toronto and Lake Ontario, the village of Lewiston is a must-visit place to relax, shop and dine, when in Niagara. This historic village offers a delightful selection of shops and boutiques, recreational adventures, exceptional dining experience as well as lovely bed and breakfasts and inns.

Picturesque town of Lewiston is perfect place for a leisurely stroll along its main avenue lined with art galleries, boutique outlets, local gift and antique shops housed in beautiful homes and old historic buildings; to enjoy delightful food and local delicacies in its popular and award-winning restaurants, charming bakeries & cafes, and get a glimpse of the history of New York State through several landmarks which captures important moments in history and depict its key role in the war of 1812 and other momentous events.

The riverfront offers breathtaking scenic vistas and has picnic benches, making it a popular hangout spot amongst locals and visitors alike. Kayaks, canoes, speed boats and sailboats are also available for rent for water sports lovers and adventure enthusiasts.

Lewiston village and Artpark also host many seasonal festivals celebrating fine arts, music and eclectic gourmet cuisines, harvest. There is also a Niagara county peach festival that takes place every year during the second week of September.

Lewiston is one of those enchanting places, which you would like to experience and visit many times over…

Lewiston
Antique Shop,Lewiston

Antique Shop, Lewiston

Shops, Lewiston
Main Square, Lewiston
Lewiston Historical Museum
Lewiston Historical Museum, Lewiston
Frontier House,Lewiston
Frontier House, was once recognized as the finest hotel west of Albany and is Lewiston’s premier historic landmark. The historic guest list includes Gov DeWitt Clinton, Prince of Wales, Charles Dickens among several well-known personalities. 
Historical House,Lewiston
Water Street Landing, 115 South Water Street –  Built in 1871, formerly known as Angler’s Retreat and the Riverside Inn, has survived three Niagara river ice jams. Now known as the Water Street Landing offers spectacular view of Niagara River & Canada, delectable food and whirlpool jet boat tours.
Waterfront, Lewiston
Waterfront, Lewiston
Hennipen Park,Lewiston
Festivals, Lewiston
Village of Lewiston
Adirondack Chair outside a shop
Adirondack Chair placed outside a shop
Village of Lewiston
Village of Lewiston
Village of Lewiston
Village Of Lewiston