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Jordan Village Wineries, Spas & Restaurants

Left: The main road in Jordan Village that connects the local winieries, spas, restaurants, museums and antique shops. Top right: Outsie of Cave Spring Cellars and the entrance to the main parking lot for the village. Bottom right: The main entrance to Spa on the Twenty, the local well known spa that visitors visit.Photos: [Michelle Gregson,2013].




The town of Jordan, which is located in the middle of the many wineries in the Twenty Valley of Niagara. Just a few kilometres from the main highway of Queen Elizabeth Way (QEW), you enter a village that is very quaint that brings together culinary delectation, galleries, food markets, antique shopping, pioneer museums and award winning wineries. This unique village provides the opportunity for the visitor to spend a night or more in its lavish bed and breakfasts or relaxing spas after enjoying the village’s surroundings. The village is the home of the Cave Spring Cellars, Town of Lincoln’s Jordan Historical Museum, Inn on the Twenty (spa), Jordan Village Farmer’s Market, and the delicious Zooma Zooma restaurant and wine bar. 




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Jordan Village has a a variety of distilleries, wine expereicnes, accommodations, restaurants, museums, shopping and activities. All of these have different hours of operation.



From Toronto:
Follow the QEW west toward Niagara. Take the Victoria Avenue, Vineland exit off the QEW and follow Victoria Avenue south to the second stoplight – at Regional Road 81 (Highway 8). Turn left and proceed east on Highway 8 through the Jordan Valley to the Jordan Hotel. Turn left just before the hotel/tavern and you are in Jordan. Follow along Main Street to get to the center of the Village.
Exit 55 – Jordan Road

From Niagara:

Exit the QEW highway at Jordan Road (exit no. 55). Follow Jordan Road south for 3 kilometres to Fourth Avenue and turn right at the four-way stop. Proceed 500 metres along Fourth Avenue and turn left at the stop sign on Nineteenth Street. After 250 metres turn right at Wismer Street which then quickly bends to the left and becomes Main Street in Jordan Village.




The earliest European settlers were ex- Butler's Rangers who had fought on the side of the Loyalists in the American Revolution. Most of these early settlers were German in origin, and were devout practicing Mennonites. These Mennonites (Pennsylvania Dutch) walked north from the United States in 1799, and founded the village of Jordan and Vineland. An Ontario Historical Plaque was erected at the Jordan Museum by the province to commemorate the first Mennonite Settlement's role in Ontario's heritage. The First Mennonite Church in Vineland, adjacent to the cemetery at the corner of Regional Road 81 (former highway 8) and Martin Road, organized in 1801, is the oldest Mennonite congregation in Canada.

With a large natural harbour at the mouth of Twenty Creek, Jordan became a busy shipping centre for the export of logs for boat masts, tan bark, hides, ashes used in industrial centres for the manufacture of soap, as well as grain, flour, fruit and fruit products. A small ship building industry existed for a time on the banks of the Twenty.

Jordan became part of The Town of Lincoln on January 1, 1970 as the result of a municipal corporation created by the Legislature of Ontario through the amalgamation of the Town of Beamsville, the Township of Clinton, and approximately half the Township of Louth.






Jordan's climate is humid continental and can be considered a unique micro-climate because of the moderating influence of Lake Ontario/Lake Erie and the sheltering effect of the NiagaraEscarpment. The area is known in Canada for its orchards, vineyards, wineries and restaurants that feature local produce and wines. Fruit crops grown in Jordan include cherries, peaches, apples and pears, and during the summer attract many tourists from all over Ontario, particularly Toronto.



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3769 Main Street
Jordan, Ontario
Municipality Town of Lincoln

GPS Co-ordinates

Latitude 43.145345
Longitude -79.369245

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