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Falls-In-Love #Niagara

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Horseshoe Falls is the largest of the three waterfalls that collectively form Niagara Falls on the Niagara River along the Canada–United States border. Approximately 90% of the Niagara River, after diversions for hydropower generation, flows over Horseshoe Falls. The remaining 10% flows over American Falls and Bridal Veil Falls. It is located between Terrapin Point on Goat Island in the US state of New York, and Table Rock in the Canadian province of Ontario.
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Horseshoe Falls
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Horseshoe Falls is the largest of the three waterfalls that collectively form Niagara Falls on the Niagara River along the Canada–United States border. Approximately 90% of the Niagara River, after diversions for hydropower generation, flows over Horseshoe Falls. The remaining 10% flows over American Falls and Bridal Veil Falls. It is located between Terrapin Point on Goat Island in the US state of New York, and Table Rock in the Canadian province of Ontario.
Journey consists of an observation platform and series of tunnels near the bottom of the Horseshoe Falls on the Canadian shore of the Niagara River. The tunnels and platform can be reached by elevators from the street level entrance. The tour is unguided. The two tunnels extend approximately 46 metres (151 ft) behind the waterfall and allow visitors to view water cascading in front of the open cave entrances. Earlier in the attraction's history visitors were permitted far closer to the portals' edge, however, the ongoing erosion of the gorge itself left these areas with insufficient rock remaining on the sides, and new tunnels were built further back. Barricades now exist further back from the ledge at the end of the tunnels to ensure visitor safety. The observation deck provides a vantage point looking up with the falls to the right, allowing photographers a full view of the famous landmark. The deck is sprayed with water from the cascade so visitors are provided with plastic raincoats prior to their descent.
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Journey Behind the Falls
6650 Niagara Pkwy
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Journey consists of an observation platform and series of tunnels near the bottom of the Horseshoe Falls on the Canadian shore of the Niagara River. The tunnels and platform can be reached by elevators from the street level entrance. The tour is unguided. The two tunnels extend approximately 46 metres (151 ft) behind the waterfall and allow visitors to view water cascading in front of the open cave entrances. Earlier in the attraction's history visitors were permitted far closer to the portals' edge, however, the ongoing erosion of the gorge itself left these areas with insufficient rock remaining on the sides, and new tunnels were built further back. Barricades now exist further back from the ledge at the end of the tunnels to ensure visitor safety. The observation deck provides a vantage point looking up with the falls to the right, allowing photographers a full view of the famous landmark. The deck is sprayed with water from the cascade so visitors are provided with plastic raincoats prior to their descent.
ZIPLINE TOURS Available at WildPlay Victoria & Nanaimo Our Zipline Tours are scenic, completely guided adventures which offer unique and breathtaking views of the natural landscapes of our parks. All you need to do is sit back and enjoy the ride!
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WildPlay Niagara Falls MistRider Zipline
5920 Niagara Pkwy
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ZIPLINE TOURS Available at WildPlay Victoria & Nanaimo Our Zipline Tours are scenic, completely guided adventures which offer unique and breathtaking views of the natural landscapes of our parks. All you need to do is sit back and enjoy the ride!
The Skylon Tower, in Niagara Falls, Ontario, is an observation tower that overlooks both the American Falls, New York, and the larger Horseshoe Falls, Ontario, from the Canadian side of the Niagara River. Standing at 160 metres (520 ft) from street level and 236 metres (775 ft) from the bottom of the falls, the tower required approval from both Canadian and United States air transport authorities, due to its proximity to the international boundary. It was the second tower to be built using the slipform method, in which concrete is continuously poured into a form moving slowly up the tower. It was built by Pigott Construction of Hamilton, Ontario. The same methods were also used to build the Inco Superstack in Sudbury, and the CN Tower in Toronto. The tower features three outside-mounted "Yellow Bug" elevators. At the time of their construction, they were the first such elevators in Canada. They were designed, engineered and maintained by a division of the Otis Elevator Company from Hamilton, Ontario and can carry passengers to the top of the tower in 52 seconds. Unlike conventional elevators that are guided by side rails, the Skylon elevators operate with a guide rail on the backside only. Special equipment is employed to prevent the cables from becoming tangled in the wind or impeded by snow and ice in the winter. A curtain wall on the outside of the tower behind each elevator protects the counterweight and travelling cables from the elements. The tower has two restaurants at its top, the Revolving Dining Room and the upper Summit Suite Buffet. The Revolving Dining Room seats 276 people and revolves once every hour by resting on a circular rail that is propelled by a 3 horsepower (2.2 kW) motor. An observation deck sits at the tower's summit. The base of the tower features a number of gift shops, fast food restaurants and a large amusement arcade. A floor for conventions is also available, but is seldom utilized.
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Skylon Tower
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The Skylon Tower, in Niagara Falls, Ontario, is an observation tower that overlooks both the American Falls, New York, and the larger Horseshoe Falls, Ontario, from the Canadian side of the Niagara River. Standing at 160 metres (520 ft) from street level and 236 metres (775 ft) from the bottom of the falls, the tower required approval from both Canadian and United States air transport authorities, due to its proximity to the international boundary. It was the second tower to be built using the slipform method, in which concrete is continuously poured into a form moving slowly up the tower. It was built by Pigott Construction of Hamilton, Ontario. The same methods were also used to build the Inco Superstack in Sudbury, and the CN Tower in Toronto. The tower features three outside-mounted "Yellow Bug" elevators. At the time of their construction, they were the first such elevators in Canada. They were designed, engineered and maintained by a division of the Otis Elevator Company from Hamilton, Ontario and can carry passengers to the top of the tower in 52 seconds. Unlike conventional elevators that are guided by side rails, the Skylon elevators operate with a guide rail on the backside only. Special equipment is employed to prevent the cables from becoming tangled in the wind or impeded by snow and ice in the winter. A curtain wall on the outside of the tower behind each elevator protects the counterweight and travelling cables from the elements. The tower has two restaurants at its top, the Revolving Dining Room and the upper Summit Suite Buffet. The Revolving Dining Room seats 276 people and revolves once every hour by resting on a circular rail that is propelled by a 3 horsepower (2.2 kW) motor. An observation deck sits at the tower's summit. The base of the tower features a number of gift shops, fast food restaurants and a large amusement arcade. A floor for conventions is also available, but is seldom utilized.
Hornblower Canada Company, a Canadian subsidiary of Hornblower operates the Niagara Falls Gorge Boat Tour from the Canadian side of the Niagara River near Niagara Falls, similar to the Maid of the Mist cruises out of Niagara Falls, New York on the American side. Hornblower has two ships, Niagara Wonder and Niagara Thunder, which carries 700 passengers each. The boats are based on Elliot Bay Design Group design and built by Hike Metal Products of Wheatley, Ontario.
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Hornblower Niagara Cruises
5920 Niagara Pkwy
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Hornblower Canada Company, a Canadian subsidiary of Hornblower operates the Niagara Falls Gorge Boat Tour from the Canadian side of the Niagara River near Niagara Falls, similar to the Maid of the Mist cruises out of Niagara Falls, New York on the American side. Hornblower has two ships, Niagara Wonder and Niagara Thunder, which carries 700 passengers each. The boats are based on Elliot Bay Design Group design and built by Hike Metal Products of Wheatley, Ontario.
Niagara SkyWheel is a 175-foot (53.3 m) tall Ferris wheel in the middle of Clifton Hill, Niagara Falls, Ontario, Canada. Niagara SkyWheel is a Ronald Bussink Professional Rides designed R60 Giant Wheel, manufactured by Chance Rides and supplied by Chance Morgan. It opened on 17 June 2006, at a cost of $10 million. Its 42 Swiss-manufactured fully enclosed passenger cars can each carry nine people and are heated in the winter and air conditioned in the warmer months. The ride is approximately 12 to 15 minutes long, giving passengers views of the Niagara River, and the Horseshoe Falls and American Falls, and is open all year, from 9:00 am to 1:00 am.
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Niagarahjulet
4960 Clifton Hill
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Niagara SkyWheel is a 175-foot (53.3 m) tall Ferris wheel in the middle of Clifton Hill, Niagara Falls, Ontario, Canada. Niagara SkyWheel is a Ronald Bussink Professional Rides designed R60 Giant Wheel, manufactured by Chance Rides and supplied by Chance Morgan. It opened on 17 June 2006, at a cost of $10 million. Its 42 Swiss-manufactured fully enclosed passenger cars can each carry nine people and are heated in the winter and air conditioned in the warmer months. The ride is approximately 12 to 15 minutes long, giving passengers views of the Niagara River, and the Horseshoe Falls and American Falls, and is open all year, from 9:00 am to 1:00 am.
From the sensation of lift-off, to the excitement of soaring above the turbulent rapids and cascading waterfalls, your Niagara Helicopters ride is a unique and spectacular experience. Your all-scenic flight gives you a thrilling view of Niagara’s natural and man-made wonders. Niagara Helicopters Limited has over 50 years of service, with experienced pilots and courteous ground crew to ensure your comfort and safety. Our air circulated, customized and meticulously maintained helicopters feature individual headsets with taped commentary. Landscaped grounds include picnic facilities, snack bar, and gift shop for film and quality souvenirs. Your photos will bring back wonderful memories so be sure to bring your camera. Flights depart daily, 9 am until sunset, weather permitting. Fly with Niagara Helicopters Limited for the ride of a lifetime.
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Niagara Helicopters Limited
3731 Victoria Ave
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From the sensation of lift-off, to the excitement of soaring above the turbulent rapids and cascading waterfalls, your Niagara Helicopters ride is a unique and spectacular experience. Your all-scenic flight gives you a thrilling view of Niagara’s natural and man-made wonders. Niagara Helicopters Limited has over 50 years of service, with experienced pilots and courteous ground crew to ensure your comfort and safety. Our air circulated, customized and meticulously maintained helicopters feature individual headsets with taped commentary. Landscaped grounds include picnic facilities, snack bar, and gift shop for film and quality souvenirs. Your photos will bring back wonderful memories so be sure to bring your camera. Flights depart daily, 9 am until sunset, weather permitting. Fly with Niagara Helicopters Limited for the ride of a lifetime.
The Whirlpool Aero Car or Spanish Aero Car is a cable car located in Niagara Falls, Ontario that transports passengers over a section of the Niagara River referred to as the Niagara Whirlpool. The system was designed by Spanish engineer Leonardo Torres Quevedo and has been upgraded several times since 1916 (in 1961, 1967 and 1984). The system uses one car that carries 35 standing passengers over a one-kilometre trip. The Aero Car is suspended on six interlocking steel cables, each of which is 25 mm (0.98 in) in diameter. The car is powered by an electric 50 horsepower (37 kW) motor and travels at approximately 7 km/h (4.3 mph). In the event of a power failure, a diesel engine drives a hydraulic pump to pull the carrier back to the loading/unloading terminal. It also has a rescue car which holds four passengers and one operator. The rescue car has so far only been used for training purposes. The Aero Car is suspended between two Canadian points, though it crosses the Canadian and American borders four times on a full trip. The car crosses the border about 500 feet (150 m) from the starting point and runs through United States territory for about 200 feet (61 m), but riders need no immigration clearance. At each end of the crossing, it is 220 feet (67 m) high, and in the centre, it averages 200 feet (61 m) above the river depending on the level of the water below. Its span is 1,770 feet (540 m). The rapids entering the whirlpool below the Aero Car move at an estimated 35 to 37 km/h (22 to 23 mph), and the flow of the water coming through the river is about 2,800 cubic meters per second (623,000 imperial gallons per second) in the summer months, and 1,400 m³/s (300,000 imp gal/s) in the winter months. From the Aero Car, sightseers can see Whirlpool State Park in Niagara Falls, New York, as well as the Robert Moses Niagara Hydroelectric Power Station in Lewiston, New York. From the side or centre of the car, one can view the violent motion of the 60 acres (0.24 km2) whirlpool below. Riders may also see hikers on nature trails and fishermen on both sides of the river. The car was originally open, but a roof has been added to all later designs. A four-person rescue car is available (a smaller silver car stored at the opposite end in an indoor area), but not used in regular service. The car operates from 10am to 5pm from the second week of March to the first week of November. Despite the similarities between the Aero Car and ski lifts, it is has not been operated in winter since 2004.
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Whirlpool Aero Car
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The Whirlpool Aero Car or Spanish Aero Car is a cable car located in Niagara Falls, Ontario that transports passengers over a section of the Niagara River referred to as the Niagara Whirlpool. The system was designed by Spanish engineer Leonardo Torres Quevedo and has been upgraded several times since 1916 (in 1961, 1967 and 1984). The system uses one car that carries 35 standing passengers over a one-kilometre trip. The Aero Car is suspended on six interlocking steel cables, each of which is 25 mm (0.98 in) in diameter. The car is powered by an electric 50 horsepower (37 kW) motor and travels at approximately 7 km/h (4.3 mph). In the event of a power failure, a diesel engine drives a hydraulic pump to pull the carrier back to the loading/unloading terminal. It also has a rescue car which holds four passengers and one operator. The rescue car has so far only been used for training purposes. The Aero Car is suspended between two Canadian points, though it crosses the Canadian and American borders four times on a full trip. The car crosses the border about 500 feet (150 m) from the starting point and runs through United States territory for about 200 feet (61 m), but riders need no immigration clearance. At each end of the crossing, it is 220 feet (67 m) high, and in the centre, it averages 200 feet (61 m) above the river depending on the level of the water below. Its span is 1,770 feet (540 m). The rapids entering the whirlpool below the Aero Car move at an estimated 35 to 37 km/h (22 to 23 mph), and the flow of the water coming through the river is about 2,800 cubic meters per second (623,000 imperial gallons per second) in the summer months, and 1,400 m³/s (300,000 imp gal/s) in the winter months. From the Aero Car, sightseers can see Whirlpool State Park in Niagara Falls, New York, as well as the Robert Moses Niagara Hydroelectric Power Station in Lewiston, New York. From the side or centre of the car, one can view the violent motion of the 60 acres (0.24 km2) whirlpool below. Riders may also see hikers on nature trails and fishermen on both sides of the river. The car was originally open, but a roof has been added to all later designs. A four-person rescue car is available (a smaller silver car stored at the opposite end in an indoor area), but not used in regular service. The car operates from 10am to 5pm from the second week of March to the first week of November. Despite the similarities between the Aero Car and ski lifts, it is has not been operated in winter since 2004.
Whirlpool Jet Boat Tours has two locations, one in Queenston and one in Lewiston, New York, USA. The Whirlpool Jet Boats ride is a must do when visiting Niagara. If you are looking for a wild ride this is it! Of course the combatants of the War of 1812 didn't travel the mighty Niagara River on Whirlpool Jet Boats, but in this day and age you can retrace their historical journey as part of a Whirlpool Jet Boat Tour (WJBT). The jet boat tour is more than just the historical nuances of the Niagara area. It's a once in a lifetime opportunity to comfortably experience what is commonly referred to as the "Mount Everest" of white water. As you speed along the Lower Niagara River at 80 km/h in the confines of this truly one of a kind jet boat, the river guide will tell you all about the fascinating history of the Niagara area, local points of interest as well as the mechanics of the impressive vessel you are touring in. Highlights of your round trip will include the power plants of the Niagara Gorge, the 175ft. stone wall canyon, and the Whirlpool Areo Car. You'll be astounded as the 31,000 lbs. of thrust from the jet boat vanquishes the mighty Class 5 whitewater of the Devil's Hole Rapids and the swirling waters of the Whirlpool. Rest assured, you're in professional hands as all captains and Whirlpool Jet Boats are certified by both the United States Coast Guard and Transport Canada. Whirlpool Jet Boat Tours departs daily in season from the Water Street Landing in Lewiston, NY and from 55 River Frontage Road in Queenston/Niagara-on-the-Lake, Ontario, Canada. Passengers can choose between either a "Wet Jet" or "Jet Dome" experience. WJBT's one of a kind white water tour will hydrate your senses as you take on Class 5 white water that's guaranteed to leave you absolutely soaking wet and amazingly refreshed. If getting wet is not for you, the Jet Dome tour follows the exact route as the Wet Jet but shelters you from the water. Passengers are ultimately encouraged to bring their cameras for the journey as they are presented with unparalleled photo opportunities while in the Gorge. For a unique and exciting Niagara adventure, Whirlpool Jet Boat Tours is a perfect fit. 2 WHIRLPOOL JET BOAT LOCATIONS - Canadian departures from 55 River Frontage Road, Queenston/Niagara on the Lake, ON, US departures from 115 South Water Street, Lewiston, NY.
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Whirpool Jetboat Dock
1 Melville St
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Whirlpool Jet Boat Tours has two locations, one in Queenston and one in Lewiston, New York, USA. The Whirlpool Jet Boats ride is a must do when visiting Niagara. If you are looking for a wild ride this is it! Of course the combatants of the War of 1812 didn't travel the mighty Niagara River on Whirlpool Jet Boats, but in this day and age you can retrace their historical journey as part of a Whirlpool Jet Boat Tour (WJBT). The jet boat tour is more than just the historical nuances of the Niagara area. It's a once in a lifetime opportunity to comfortably experience what is commonly referred to as the "Mount Everest" of white water. As you speed along the Lower Niagara River at 80 km/h in the confines of this truly one of a kind jet boat, the river guide will tell you all about the fascinating history of the Niagara area, local points of interest as well as the mechanics of the impressive vessel you are touring in. Highlights of your round trip will include the power plants of the Niagara Gorge, the 175ft. stone wall canyon, and the Whirlpool Areo Car. You'll be astounded as the 31,000 lbs. of thrust from the jet boat vanquishes the mighty Class 5 whitewater of the Devil's Hole Rapids and the swirling waters of the Whirlpool. Rest assured, you're in professional hands as all captains and Whirlpool Jet Boats are certified by both the United States Coast Guard and Transport Canada. Whirlpool Jet Boat Tours departs daily in season from the Water Street Landing in Lewiston, NY and from 55 River Frontage Road in Queenston/Niagara-on-the-Lake, Ontario, Canada. Passengers can choose between either a "Wet Jet" or "Jet Dome" experience. WJBT's one of a kind white water tour will hydrate your senses as you take on Class 5 white water that's guaranteed to leave you absolutely soaking wet and amazingly refreshed. If getting wet is not for you, the Jet Dome tour follows the exact route as the Wet Jet but shelters you from the water. Passengers are ultimately encouraged to bring their cameras for the journey as they are presented with unparalleled photo opportunities while in the Gorge. For a unique and exciting Niagara adventure, Whirlpool Jet Boat Tours is a perfect fit. 2 WHIRLPOOL JET BOAT LOCATIONS - Canadian departures from 55 River Frontage Road, Queenston/Niagara on the Lake, ON, US departures from 115 South Water Street, Lewiston, NY.
For visitors who want to enjoy all that Niagara has to offer, come to Clifton Hill's world famous Street of Fun by the Falls and enjoy an unforgettable experience like no other! Our wide variety of facilities makes our amusement area a great choice throughout the year in Niagara Falls! Clifton Hill is Niagara Falls top destination for attractions, restaurants, entertainment and more! Located just one block to the Horseshoe Falls along the Niagara river, the Street of Fun is a must-visit for families, couples and sightseers in North America. Clifton Hill's exciting array of attractions includes the latest and most exciting addition of the Niagara Speedway and the Niagara Skywheel, Canada's Largest Giant wheel providing you with views like no other of Niagara Falls. Also, don't forget the unforgettable Hornblower Niagara Cruises situated at the bottom of Clifton Hill, or surrounding Niagara Parks attractions on Clifton Hill featuring: Queen Victoria Park and the Oakes Garden Theatre, overlooking the Falls. The fun on Clifton Hill doesn't end when the sun goes down; in fact for many, the excitement is just getting started! For those looking for nightlife and entertainment options, The Falls has quite a few all situated within walking distance of each other or just a short cab ride away. Boston Pizza is a long-time favourite amongst locals and tourists, and is located at the center of Clifton Hill’s entertainment scene. There is also the world famous Greg Frewin Theatre and its breath-taking "Wild Magic" show...all within the Clifton Hill tourist district. There are numerous events to suit everyone's interest, happening in the Niagara region. Our Events Calendar, Clifton Hill Blog, Clifton Hill Facebook page and Twitter feed or Newsletter can help direct you to what is happening on the dates you are coming to the Falls. Clifton Hill's "Big Time" fun and excitement makes it the ideal overnight destination. Especially when situated near many top Niagara Hotels. There's over a dozen hotel choices within a block from Clifton Hill, so you’ll have no problem choosing the best one for your stay. One visit and we are sure you'll agree – Clifton Hill offers the most "Fun by the Falls!"
Clifton Hill Niagara Falls Attractions
4960 Clifton Hill
For visitors who want to enjoy all that Niagara has to offer, come to Clifton Hill's world famous Street of Fun by the Falls and enjoy an unforgettable experience like no other! Our wide variety of facilities makes our amusement area a great choice throughout the year in Niagara Falls! Clifton Hill is Niagara Falls top destination for attractions, restaurants, entertainment and more! Located just one block to the Horseshoe Falls along the Niagara river, the Street of Fun is a must-visit for families, couples and sightseers in North America. Clifton Hill's exciting array of attractions includes the latest and most exciting addition of the Niagara Speedway and the Niagara Skywheel, Canada's Largest Giant wheel providing you with views like no other of Niagara Falls. Also, don't forget the unforgettable Hornblower Niagara Cruises situated at the bottom of Clifton Hill, or surrounding Niagara Parks attractions on Clifton Hill featuring: Queen Victoria Park and the Oakes Garden Theatre, overlooking the Falls. The fun on Clifton Hill doesn't end when the sun goes down; in fact for many, the excitement is just getting started! For those looking for nightlife and entertainment options, The Falls has quite a few all situated within walking distance of each other or just a short cab ride away. Boston Pizza is a long-time favourite amongst locals and tourists, and is located at the center of Clifton Hill’s entertainment scene. There is also the world famous Greg Frewin Theatre and its breath-taking "Wild Magic" show...all within the Clifton Hill tourist district. There are numerous events to suit everyone's interest, happening in the Niagara region. Our Events Calendar, Clifton Hill Blog, Clifton Hill Facebook page and Twitter feed or Newsletter can help direct you to what is happening on the dates you are coming to the Falls. Clifton Hill's "Big Time" fun and excitement makes it the ideal overnight destination. Especially when situated near many top Niagara Hotels. There's over a dozen hotel choices within a block from Clifton Hill, so you’ll have no problem choosing the best one for your stay. One visit and we are sure you'll agree – Clifton Hill offers the most "Fun by the Falls!"
Queen Victoria Park is home to a collection of iconic green spaces, attractions, landmarks and restaurants bounded by the Horseshoe falls and popular Fallsview tourist district. Walk through the park and be amazed by the most spectacular views of the American and Canadian Horseshoe Falls. You’ll find a beautiful rock garden, hanging baskets, a hybrid tea rose garden and attractive floral displays. Park benches and well-groomed lawns offer ideal spots to relax or take memorable photos. In the area surrounding Queen Victoria Park, find more pristine parks and natural sites including Oakes Garden Theatre, Dufferin Islands and Kingsbridge Park, all connected by the Niagara Parkway and Niagara River Recreation Trail.
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Queen Victoria Park
6345 Niagara Pkwy
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Queen Victoria Park is home to a collection of iconic green spaces, attractions, landmarks and restaurants bounded by the Horseshoe falls and popular Fallsview tourist district. Walk through the park and be amazed by the most spectacular views of the American and Canadian Horseshoe Falls. You’ll find a beautiful rock garden, hanging baskets, a hybrid tea rose garden and attractive floral displays. Park benches and well-groomed lawns offer ideal spots to relax or take memorable photos. In the area surrounding Queen Victoria Park, find more pristine parks and natural sites including Oakes Garden Theatre, Dufferin Islands and Kingsbridge Park, all connected by the Niagara Parkway and Niagara River Recreation Trail.
The Niagara Falls International Rainbow Bridge, commonly known as the Rainbow Bridge, is an arch bridge across the Niagara River gorge. It connects the cities of Niagara Falls, New York, United States (to the east), and Niagara Falls, Ontario, Canada (west).
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Rainbow Bridge
5702 Falls Ave
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The Niagara Falls International Rainbow Bridge, commonly known as the Rainbow Bridge, is an arch bridge across the Niagara River gorge. It connects the cities of Niagara Falls, New York, United States (to the east), and Niagara Falls, Ontario, Canada (west).
The Niagara Falls History Museum is a local history museum in the city of Niagara Falls, Ontario, Canada. The Museum is housed in the old Stamford Township Hall, which was built in 1874. In 1974, the building was designated as a "Historic Building" under the Ontario Heritage Act. The Lundy's Lane Historical Society was given the building in 1971, and it became the Lundy's Lane Historical Museum. On January 1, 2010, the City of Niagara Falls took over the running of the museum and it became known as the Niagara Falls History Museum. The museum includes a large collection relating to the history of Niagara Falls. It underwent a CA$12 million renovation and expansion program, reopening to the public on July 21, 2012. The improvements were designed by Moriyama and Teshima, a Toronto-based architecture firm. The Museum is close to the Drummond Hill Cemetery, where the Battle of Lundy's Lane took place in 1812.
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Niagara Falls History Museum
5810 Ferry St
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The Niagara Falls History Museum is a local history museum in the city of Niagara Falls, Ontario, Canada. The Museum is housed in the old Stamford Township Hall, which was built in 1874. In 1974, the building was designated as a "Historic Building" under the Ontario Heritage Act. The Lundy's Lane Historical Society was given the building in 1971, and it became the Lundy's Lane Historical Museum. On January 1, 2010, the City of Niagara Falls took over the running of the museum and it became known as the Niagara Falls History Museum. The museum includes a large collection relating to the history of Niagara Falls. It underwent a CA$12 million renovation and expansion program, reopening to the public on July 21, 2012. The improvements were designed by Moriyama and Teshima, a Toronto-based architecture firm. The Museum is close to the Drummond Hill Cemetery, where the Battle of Lundy's Lane took place in 1812.
Bird Kingdom is an aviary in the tourist district of Niagara Falls, Ontario, Canada. Opened in May 2003, it is the largest free flying indoor aviary in the world. The attraction encompasses approximately 45,000 square feet (4,200 m2), and houses over 350 birds, the majority of which come from Australia, South America, and Africa. It is also home to mammals, reptiles and amphibians which are part of educational programs. Bird Kingdom has been voted a top family attraction in Niagara Falls and was inducted into the Trip Advisor Hall of Fame in 2016.
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Bird Kingdom
5651 River Rd
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Bird Kingdom is an aviary in the tourist district of Niagara Falls, Ontario, Canada. Opened in May 2003, it is the largest free flying indoor aviary in the world. The attraction encompasses approximately 45,000 square feet (4,200 m2), and houses over 350 birds, the majority of which come from Australia, South America, and Africa. It is also home to mammals, reptiles and amphibians which are part of educational programs. Bird Kingdom has been voted a top family attraction in Niagara Falls and was inducted into the Trip Advisor Hall of Fame in 2016.
Step inside one of the largest glass-enclosed butterfly conservatories in North America and discover a tropical garden oasis. The Niagara Parks Butterfly Conservatory features over 2,000 vibrantly coloured butterflies fluttering freely throughout winding pathways adorned with lush vegetation and trickling waterfalls. Your self-guided walking tour begins with a short, informative video presentation.
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Butterfly Conservatory
2565 Niagara Pkwy
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Step inside one of the largest glass-enclosed butterfly conservatories in North America and discover a tropical garden oasis. The Niagara Parks Butterfly Conservatory features over 2,000 vibrantly coloured butterflies fluttering freely throughout winding pathways adorned with lush vegetation and trickling waterfalls. Your self-guided walking tour begins with a short, informative video presentation.
One of Niagara’s treasures, the White Water Walk is a boardwalk situated on the very edge of Niagara’s whitewater. The Whirlpool was estimated to have been formed approximately 4,200 years ago by the upstream erosion of the Niagara Escarpment by the Niagara River. Trillions of gallons of water pours through the narrow gorge and creates a fury of ferocious Class 6 Whirlpool Rapids. The water that travels through the rapids here clock in at 48 km/hr! The White Water Walk takes you down in an elevator 70 metres, through a tunnel, and then out onto the boardwalk. The boardwalk runs for 1000 feet and contains stairs and two areas to witness the rapids at full speed at the very edge of the river. This attraction is wheelchair accessible. White Water Walk Commemorative Panel Honouring Harriet Tubman’s Historic Crossing into Canada The Niagara Parks Commission has commemorative panels honouring Harriet Tubman's life and her historic passage of the Niagara River in 1856, which led to the arrival of freedom seekers in Canada. At the White Water Walk and Whirlpool Bridge’s entry, look for the sequence of plaques. From her beginnings as a child slave in Maryland through her escape to freedom and subsequent role as the most famous conductor of the Underground Railroad, Harriet Tubman's biography is chronicled in the Interpretive Panels. When the United States passed the Fugitive Slave Act in 1850, it resulted in the arrest and kidnapping of freedom seekers and free blacks living in the free Northern States. Harriet Tubman's Underground Railroad route was extended into Canada, and she established a base of operations in neighbouring St. Catharines, Canada West, as a result of the enactment of this legislation (present day Ontario).
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White Water Walk
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One of Niagara’s treasures, the White Water Walk is a boardwalk situated on the very edge of Niagara’s whitewater. The Whirlpool was estimated to have been formed approximately 4,200 years ago by the upstream erosion of the Niagara Escarpment by the Niagara River. Trillions of gallons of water pours through the narrow gorge and creates a fury of ferocious Class 6 Whirlpool Rapids. The water that travels through the rapids here clock in at 48 km/hr! The White Water Walk takes you down in an elevator 70 metres, through a tunnel, and then out onto the boardwalk. The boardwalk runs for 1000 feet and contains stairs and two areas to witness the rapids at full speed at the very edge of the river. This attraction is wheelchair accessible. White Water Walk Commemorative Panel Honouring Harriet Tubman’s Historic Crossing into Canada The Niagara Parks Commission has commemorative panels honouring Harriet Tubman's life and her historic passage of the Niagara River in 1856, which led to the arrival of freedom seekers in Canada. At the White Water Walk and Whirlpool Bridge’s entry, look for the sequence of plaques. From her beginnings as a child slave in Maryland through her escape to freedom and subsequent role as the most famous conductor of the Underground Railroad, Harriet Tubman's biography is chronicled in the Interpretive Panels. When the United States passed the Fugitive Slave Act in 1850, it resulted in the arrest and kidnapping of freedom seekers and free blacks living in the free Northern States. Harriet Tubman's Underground Railroad route was extended into Canada, and she established a base of operations in neighbouring St. Catharines, Canada West, as a result of the enactment of this legislation (present day Ontario).
Discover some of nature’s most beautiful and mysterious creations at the Niagara Glen. Located deep in the Niagara Gorge, stairways lead to four kilometres (2.5 miles) of rugged hiking paths that wind through this pristine pocket of Carolinian Forest, past prehistoric geological formations, wild flora and fauna. The Niagara Glen overlooks the rapid waters of the Niagara River and the natural phenomenon that is the Niagara River Whirlpool.
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Niagara Glen Nature Areas
3050 Niagara Pkwy
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Discover some of nature’s most beautiful and mysterious creations at the Niagara Glen. Located deep in the Niagara Gorge, stairways lead to four kilometres (2.5 miles) of rugged hiking paths that wind through this pristine pocket of Carolinian Forest, past prehistoric geological formations, wild flora and fauna. The Niagara Glen overlooks the rapid waters of the Niagara River and the natural phenomenon that is the Niagara River Whirlpool.
Whirlpool Golf Course is one of Canada’s most highly rated and renowned public golf courses. Opening in 1951, Whirlpool was the final course completed by the legendary course architect Stanley Thompson. This classic parkland course at the precipice of the Niagara River Gorge offers wonderful hole variety and birdie opportunities, a hallmark of Thompson’s very best work. Nearby hiking trails at the Niagara Glen and a 56-kilometre cycling trail make this the perfect active getaway in a spectacular setting against the backdrop of the Niagara River Whirlpool and Gorge.
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Whirlpool Golf Course
3351 Niagara Pkwy
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Whirlpool Golf Course is one of Canada’s most highly rated and renowned public golf courses. Opening in 1951, Whirlpool was the final course completed by the legendary course architect Stanley Thompson. This classic parkland course at the precipice of the Niagara River Gorge offers wonderful hole variety and birdie opportunities, a hallmark of Thompson’s very best work. Nearby hiking trails at the Niagara Glen and a 56-kilometre cycling trail make this the perfect active getaway in a spectacular setting against the backdrop of the Niagara River Whirlpool and Gorge.
Travel along the scenic Niagara Parkway, towards Niagara-on-the-Lake, to visit Niagara Parks' famous Floral Clock. The intricate designs on the face of the Floral Clock are created with thousands of carpet bedding plants and are changed twice each year. The planted face of the Floral Clock is maintained by Niagara Parks horticulture staff, while the mechanism inside is kept in working order by Ontario Power Generation. The tower at the back of the clock houses Westminster chimes that greet each quarter hour.
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Floral Clock
14004 Niagara Pkwy
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Travel along the scenic Niagara Parkway, towards Niagara-on-the-Lake, to visit Niagara Parks' famous Floral Clock. The intricate designs on the face of the Floral Clock are created with thousands of carpet bedding plants and are changed twice each year. The planted face of the Floral Clock is maintained by Niagara Parks horticulture staff, while the mechanism inside is kept in working order by Ontario Power Generation. The tower at the back of the clock houses Westminster chimes that greet each quarter hour.

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Great dine-in place! Wind Japanese and Thai features and All You Can Eat menu featuring sushi, Japanese and Thai food. All new Dim-Sum menu option too.
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Wind Japanese & Thai
7241 Lundy's Ln
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Great dine-in place! Wind Japanese and Thai features and All You Can Eat menu featuring sushi, Japanese and Thai food. All new Dim-Sum menu option too.
Johnny Rocco’s Italian Grill on Lundy’s Lane in Niagara Falls is strongly tied to their Italian roots, it was a passion for family and food that sparked the fire that is Johnny Rocco’s! Not your everyday Italian restaurant, experience dining full of flair, style, and above all, great food. It’s quality food that remains at the heart of our mission. Italian cuisine at its’ best, from authentic classics to our signatures dishes. Every plate at Johnny Rocco’s is prepared with the culinary passion of our dedicated chefs, who have trained, where else? But in Italy! So come sit at their table, taste their food, drink their wine, and feel their passion!
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Johnny Rocco's Italian Grill
6889 Lundy's Ln
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Johnny Rocco’s Italian Grill on Lundy’s Lane in Niagara Falls is strongly tied to their Italian roots, it was a passion for family and food that sparked the fire that is Johnny Rocco’s! Not your everyday Italian restaurant, experience dining full of flair, style, and above all, great food. It’s quality food that remains at the heart of our mission. Italian cuisine at its’ best, from authentic classics to our signatures dishes. Every plate at Johnny Rocco’s is prepared with the culinary passion of our dedicated chefs, who have trained, where else? But in Italy! So come sit at their table, taste their food, drink their wine, and feel their passion!
East Izakaya Japanese BBQ, AYCE style restaurant 6661 Lundy's Lane, Niagara Falls Call to reserve or take-out: 905-358-8889 www.eastniagarafalls.com
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East Izakaya
129 King St
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East Izakaya Japanese BBQ, AYCE style restaurant 6661 Lundy's Lane, Niagara Falls Call to reserve or take-out: 905-358-8889 www.eastniagarafalls.com
Voted best overall restaurant in Niagara, Carpaccio Restaurant is where old world tastes collide in a new world setting. Come sample a selective menu of fine Italian cuisine created with the most mouthwatering, authentic, and freshest Mediterranean ingredients.
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Carpaccio Restaurant & Wine Bar
6840 Lundy's Ln
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Voted best overall restaurant in Niagara, Carpaccio Restaurant is where old world tastes collide in a new world setting. Come sample a selective menu of fine Italian cuisine created with the most mouthwatering, authentic, and freshest Mediterranean ingredients.
Shooks A Taste of Jamaica is located in Regional Municipality of Niagara of Ontario state. On the street of Clark Avenue and street number is 5983. To communicate or ask something with the place, the Phone number is (905) 356-1999. The coordinates that you can use in navigation applications to get to find Shooks A Taste of Jamaica quickly are 43.0880036 ,-79.0817745
Shooks A Taste of Jamaica
5983 Clark Avenue
Shooks A Taste of Jamaica is located in Regional Municipality of Niagara of Ontario state. On the street of Clark Avenue and street number is 5983. To communicate or ask something with the place, the Phone number is (905) 356-1999. The coordinates that you can use in navigation applications to get to find Shooks A Taste of Jamaica quickly are 43.0880036 ,-79.0817745
The steakhouse!!! Enjoy specially priced drinks and snacks during our daily Cocktail Hour at participating locations.
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The Keg Steakhouse + Bar - Niagara Courtyard Marriott
5950 Victoria Ave
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The steakhouse!!! Enjoy specially priced drinks and snacks during our daily Cocktail Hour at participating locations.
The Lobster and a responsible seafood place!!
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Red Lobster
6220 Lundy's Ln
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The Lobster and a responsible seafood place!!