Niagara Falls, "Daffodil Capital of North America"
If you like daffodils Niagara Falls is the place to visit. Did you know that Niagara Falls is the Daffodil Capital of North America?
You’ll find millions of colourful white and yellow daffodils in Queen Victoria Park near the Falls, even peeking out along the edge of the Niagara River. Take a stroll through the parks and gardens along the Niagara Parkway from the Oakes Garden Theatre at the base of Clifton Hill to the Floral Showhouse for an afternoon of flora, scenic views and rainbows over Niagara Falls. In addition to beautiful daffodils you’ll see millions of tulips, originally donated by Holland for Canada’s assistance during World War 2.
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