That’s right, after being close for a major facelift for the past six months the popular Niagara Falls Museum on Clifton Hill is again open with over 1,100 new exhibits. Tim Parker, General Manager of the attraction says, “Everything is brand new. If you visited Ripley’s before, you’ve got to come back because it’s a totally different show now”.

When visitors walk in they’ll see a 2,000-pound piece of Redwood tree, more than 2,500 years old. The tree fell on its own in California in the early1950’s.

The attraction is also larger in size, about 11,000 square feet. Many of the new exhibits are triggered by motion detectors. About 70 per cent of the museum is interactive now.

Look for more attractions to open on the NEW Clifton Hill in the next month or so.