With 16 water slides, a full-size wave pool, and a beach-house play area for kids, North America’s largest indoor waterpark is sure to please water lovers of all ages. Located in Niagara Falls, Ontario.
Step aboard Niagara’s newest attraction for a bird’s-eye view of the famous falls. The Niagara SkyWheel towers 175 feet (53 m) into the sky, and each 12- to 15-minute ride offers unparalleled views of the area’s signature attraction. The Niagara SkyWheel is located in Niagara Falls, Ontario.
Rev up your senses on Niagara's original 4-D simulation ride. Feel the special-effects magic of mist, wind, and snow at the same time you're bumping, dipping, and soaring in tandem with 3-D action on a 70-mm screen. Don't just watch the show—be a part of it!
Bird Kingdom is the world’s largest indoor, free-flying aviaryBird Kingdomhosts a diverse collection of exotic birds, animals and reptiles that make their home in the 40,000 sq. ft multi-level rainforest. Just a 5-minute walk from a world wonder, Niagara Falls.
Gape in wonder at the strange, the odd, the amazing, and the unbelievable! This collection of over 500 objects includes artifacts from all around the world, plus a history of the daredevils of the mighty Niagara Falls.
Experience Niagara Falls a different way: on the silver screen! Niagara: Legends of Adventure makes this tourist attraction come to life on a new 45-foot-large screen while the thunderous sound of the falls is delivered through digital Dolby surround sound. Feel the power and see behind the mist, myths, and mysteries of one of the most storied natural wonders of the world.
Experience 12,000 years of Niagara Falls adventure on a movie screen over six stories tall! Witness the true stories of Niagara’s legends and daredevils, then take time to explore the Daredevil Gallery—the only place in the world where you can see and touch the actual daredevil barrels that have challenged the mighty Falls!
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