There should be a new $3-million Big Top Amazing Mirror and Laser Maze, 2,500-square-foot attraction opening on Clifton Hill between April and June of this year. The attraction is now being built by the Niagara Clifton Group on the site of the former Brick City attraction. The Niagara Clifton Group, owned by the Burland family, operates restaurants, gift shops, hotels and other attractions on the “hill”.
On the other side of the street HOCO Developments, owned by the Oakes family, are re-developing a 9 acres’ site which will include a re-developed Ripley’s Believe it or Not Odditorium and Kelsey's plus there will be a new spectacular go-cart track and an interactive theatre attraction. All of them are expected to be open this spring.