Water Fun Beyond the Waterfall
No matter what time of year you visit, it always feels like summer when you’re splashing around at one of the three colossal indoor waterparks across the city. Open year-round, you’re guaranteed gallons of fun at every age, from toddler to teen. Dive into North America’s largest, Fallsview Indoor Waterpark, to enjoy extreme waterslides and the tidal wave pool, or feel like you’re on a tropical getaway at Waves Indoor Waterpark, spread out over 25,000 square feet and maintained at a balmy temperature. With both attached to hotels, you won’t even have to venture outdoors to get to the fun.
Up Close and Natural
Beyond gazing at the beauty of the historic waterfall, there are plenty of ways to become one with nature on a Niagara visit. For the flower fanatics, observe the pristine gardens of Oakes Garden Theatre, explore the Floral Showhouse or set sights on the 40-foot wide Floral Clock made up of nearly 20,000 plants! For the animal obsessed, Bird Kingdom, the world’s largest indoor, free-flying aviary, or the Butterfly Conservatory, with more than 2000 fluttering butterflies, allow for educational and interactive experiences you won’t get anywhere else.
It's All Fun and Games
Nicknamed the ‘Street of Fun’, Clifton Hill will make any kid smile from ear to ear. A 70,000 square foot entertainment complex and arcade, a giant skywheel that overlooks the entire city, a heart-racing 4-D zombie apocalypse experience and the choice of indoor or outdoor mini golf, are just a FEW of the attractions you’ll encounter on a stroll through this iconic area. New for Spring 2018, don’t miss your chance to test North America’s largest elevated go-cart track facility, at Niagara Speedway, Clifton Hill’s newest attraction.
With dinner and a show, Niagara Falls aims to please. The uniquely and unapologetically Canadian dinner theatre, Oh Canada Eh? pokes fun at Canadian stereotypes while inspiring audiences and satisfying hunger. If you prefer magic to music, world renowned magician Greg Frewin and his majestic tigers will captivate and amaze your entire family. Or, for the history buffs, visit the 3D IMAX theatre to learn the story of Niagara Falls and end with dinner across the street at the Summit Suite Buffet, located 158 metres above the Falls in the Skylon Tower.