Jordan Village, located in Niagara’s Wine Country, is a quaint rural village filled with charming shops, delicious restaurants and historic buildings. Step back in time and spend a day in Jordan Village enjoying its attractions and comforts.
Shop Until You Drop
Wander through the community and peek into any of the picturesque shops that line the Main Street of Jordan Village. The shops are stocked with unique gift ideas, trendy fashion accessories and inspired home decor. Along with the storefronts that sell fashion apparel, many of them sell tasty goodies. You’re sure to find some treats to take home with you.
Rich in Canadian history, Jordan Village received an Ontario Historical Plaque that was unveiled at the Jordan Museum in honour of the first Mennonite Settlement’s role in Ontario’s heritage. Jordan Village is also home to the First Mennonite Church, which was organized in 1801, making it the oldest Mennonite congregation in Canada.
Take a guided tour through town, or visit the Jordan Museum to learn more about the town’s unique Canadian culture.
Dine in Style
With its beautiful vistas, seasonal patios and memorable food, Jordan Village is home to an assortment of delectable restaurants, bistros and wineries. Unwind while you sip on local wines that have been perfectly paired with your entrée at Inn on the Twenty or dine with a large group while you watch a game at the Jordan House Tavern. The options are endless when you’re looking to dine out in Jordan Village.
Visit a Winery
The distinct soil and climate of the Beamsville Bench play a critical role in the crafting of elegant and distinctive cool-climate wines.
The Niagara Region is full of award winning wineries and Jordan Village has one of its own. Visit Cave Spring Cellars and taste their award-winning Brut, a sparkling white wine with tasting notes of chestnut and toast. Cave Spring Cellars is located on Main Street.
Immerse Yourself In Art
Jordan Village has a collection of eclectic art galleries that showcase the magnificent art of local artists. Stop into the Jordan Art Gallery to explore everything from paintings and drawings to glass blowing. Jordan Village will allow you to immerse yourself in artistic culture.