Niagara Falls is home to the world's largest indoor bird aviary, a tropical butterfly conservatory, safari style zoo and marine theme park, allowing children and guests of all ages to explore educational and interactive experiences you won’t get anywhere else.
While attractions are currently closed, you can learn more about each to create your must-visit list for future adventures.
1. Bird Kingdom
Discover all the incredible species of birds, reptiles, arachnids and mammals living at the Bird Kingdom.
VIRTUAL FIELD TRIP
Until we can visit in person, the Bird Kingdom can still bring education and inspiration to you online. The Bird Kingdom's Virtual Field Trip includes a mix of live animal interaction and prerecorded footage of the animals. The Virtual Field Trip is 35 minutes in length and features amazing educational experiences that visitors can enjoy at the world’s largest indoor free-flying aviary. The cost to take part in the Bird Kingdom's Virtual Field Trip is $95 per 50 students. To book a time that is convenient to your group, please email [email protected] or see more details here.
Now here's a sneak peek of what you can find at the Bird Kingdom:
2. Safari Niagara
Lions and tigers and bears, oh my! Safari Niagara is a 150-acre nature park, home to more than 1000 native and exotic mammals, reptiles and birds. The new online Zooniversity video series offers animal lovers of all ages the opportunity to see the fascinating creatures that they are passionate about working with, educating you with fun and informative chats all while you get to see these animals interact with their team of amazing caretakers.
3. Butterfly Conservatory
This magical Niagara Parks attraction features over 2,000 colourful tropical butterflies floating freely among lush, exotic blossoms and greenery. Explore the rainforest setting in this 360° video.
4. Dinosaur Fun
Love prehistoric mammals? There are 50 astonishingly realistic and life-sized dinosaurs — many which loom over 30-feet high — at Canada's largest outdoor mini-putt golf course. Did we mention there is a 50-foot high active steam-erupting volcano too? Start practicing your putting game in the backyard now, so you can master the hole-in-one when you try your hand at not one, but two, 18-hole courses.