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The Queen Street Arts and Culture District is the old downtown area of Niagara Falls, Ontario. The street is now populated with art galleries, restaurants, and performing spaces.


The art galleries feature works from a number of well known artists including Edward Spera and John Newby. Most of the galleries feature an inviting sitting area from which patrons can view the various pieces in the galleries.

Performance venues

Live venues such as the new 4555 Gallery regularly hold community driven concerts that are open to the public. The once prominent Seneca theater has been rebuilt to its former glory with the help of the Trillium Foundation. The new Seneca theater presents live performances. The building that was once known as a the Cell Block is being converted into an open concept theater that will host a variety of live performances.


There are also a number of restaurants and cafes such as: Balzac's Cafe, Mide Bistro, Paris Crepes Bistro, That's Amore Pizzeria, and The Buttery.



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